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Old January 31st, 2010, 12:11 AM
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WBT TD5 door strikers (2)

I have the doors and hinges to install TD5 SW doors on my '94 NAS D90- only thing I have yet to source are strikers so I can keep the doors shut! I checked in with George @ RDS but he doesn't have any. Anyone have a set (2) that they'd like to unload? I haven't actually seen what the strikers look like, but I'm thinking I'll need some shims as well to get them adjusted properly.
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They're the same part that's been installed for years, probably since they went to push button doors, so you can use any SW door striker. Stephen at Safari Rover probably has some, worst case, RN.
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They're the same part that's been installed for years, probably since they went to push button doors, so you can use any SW door striker. Stephen at Safari Rover probably has some, worst case, RN.
Whoa- I had no idea! Haven't seen a station wagon door setup besides pics from the outside- so I was ASSuming it was a special TD5 part. Thanks Jim!
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Yeah, and it bolts into holes you already have (they were on my 95 at least), but not the same ones as the soft top door strikers. Make sure you get the bolts, plastic pacer, shims, and nut plates for the bolts.
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