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DickBrowne
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Maybe this needs to be in the technical forum…

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But then again, maybe not!

I’m working slowly through the jobs list on my new GT, but it only ever seems to get longer!

Latest job, today, showed the lack of one of the top rubber blocks on the door window
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https://flic.kr/p/2mJP3md

I’ve tried to pop the image in above, but it doesn’t seem to be working from my phone - the url for the pic is there also!

Can anybody please tell me what that rubber block is called? I’ve tried looking around Moss (not working properly in safari) and MGB Hive, but to no avail.

All assistance gratefully received
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No 5

17H2530 = 65-67
AHH8935 = 68-72
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Brilliant, thanks Paul.

Did you move the thread too, or did I create it in the tech forum?

It’s terrible when you get to my age, can’t even remember where I created threads now :)
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You said it should be in tech - so I obliged.

I also fixed your image issue

And then supplied you with an answer.

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Paul

Check the 2013 catalogue I emailed you ;0)

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It’s that kind of support that a chap just doesn’t get from lesser owners clubs ;)

I thought of the catalogue the moment I saw your reply - it’s funny how the obvious only becomes obvious when somebody points it out!
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