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Disco 3 (LR3) Cubby Lid rubbers

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by MikeHe, Sep 22, 2020.

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  1. MikeHe

    MikeHe Member

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    Does anyone know the part numbers for these two rubber stops, I can't take the Mrs slamming it shut every time she uses it anymore.

    Please help.
     

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    I have no idea if they are available on their own, and if they are they are going to be expensive.
    Maybe ebay self adhesive neoprene rubber sheet? ie ignore the buffers and just apply the sheet so the lid does not bang but like kitchen door cabinet stops.
     
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    Does a Disco 3 come with that thing to hold your iPhone?

    FFS!

    (I don't have one, just asking!)
     
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    Only on high spec models or as an option.
    It only takes antique nokias I think, think its them oldie goldy style ones? also comes with steering wheel controls for phone, and a bluetooth receiver, this actually works well and I use it with my smart phone.
     
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    Yeah my car has it, absolutely useless.

    If I can't buy them then I am going to have to make them.
     
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    Right rubbers are an easy fix, find some rubber fuel hose the same diameter as the hole the original rubbers fitted into, cut to length insert into hole and test shut lid, then remove hose add a drop of glue and refit hose, shut lid job done.

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