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P38A Dog Guard

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by oakey, Oct 14, 2021.

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  1. oakey

    oakey Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Can someone tell me how the dog guard fits in the P38?
    Rimmer sell the brackets for the roof and there are a couple for sale on the bay .
    I just cannot see how they connect and dont want to get the wrong one
    Ta much
     
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    Mark Piercy Well fumbled member.... Full Member

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    Open the back upper hatch and just throw it in. Be sure to have a certain amount of anger while doing this. Fits every time. Just watch that bloody headliner.. o_O:p:)
     
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    I seam to remember in rave is all the instructions for the accessories.
     
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    oakey Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I will have a look ta
     
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    oakey Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Couldnt find it in Rave
     
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    It would connect somewhere where it wouldn't leave holes when removed hopefully...
     
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    oakey Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The holes in the roof are for the brackets but not sure guard fits to the bracket
     
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    Mark Piercy Well fumbled member.... Full Member

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    Unless you get the one from rimmers with the fitting kit and instructions. It may be a touch more expensive but it'll be guaranteed to fit. ;)
     
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    Good point but awffy expensive lol
     
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    I wish I could be of more help :)
     
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    No problem ta
     
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    There are holes ready under the roof liner for the brackets. I mounted the brackets to the guard and levered it up to where I judged it should be. Then probing with a sturdy needle trough the roof liner until i found the holes. Then cut the liner enough to access the holes where you have to insert a "pop -nut" as there are no threads in the hole. Pop nut in place the brackets can be mounted. Then it is easy to put in place the guard or remove it.
     
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    OK thank you
    How does the guard mount to the brackets?
     
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