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Does anyone make replacements of these?

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Webley1991, Jun 29, 2013.

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    Webley1991 Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone make replacements of these parts? They bolt to each side of the bottom of the seat tub and onto the bulkhead.

    I have made replacement plates for the bulkhead end (the ones on there have rusted away). Can you buy the brackets that are bolted on at the other end? These are so thin that they are basically rust and with no metal left.

    Can you buy the whole part complete? I'm not sure what the proper name for them is.

    Thanks for any info.
     

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    Sills or cills. S2 had bigger (deeper) ones but readily available.
     
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    Webley1991 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for that James. The main sills may be recoverable, I may contact YSM and see if they can supply the end brackets and sill cover brackets separately.
     
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    Am I right that the part number for the small vertical bracket that is bolted on at the end is 347436?
     
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    Webley1991 Well-Known Member

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    On looking at these more closely, they seem quite badly rusted under the underseal and muck that I scraped off.

    As the seat belt bracket is bolted through this rail, would I be better off buying new ones instead of trying to repair them? I don't really want them failing if I have an accident.
     
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    I'm not sure how much crash protection they provide - I found my old ones to be only bolted on at one end!

    I got some from YRM and they were very well made out of heavy gauge material and with good galving on them. I think I had to buy door seals separately...

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    Does anyone know the part number for the seal which is pop-riveted to these?

    There are so many seals listed under "door seal", so I would like to be sure that I get the right one.
     
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    try mrc5740 and mrc5741
     
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    Download the parts manual....google "land rover manual pdf"
     
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