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Old October 7th, 2016, 01:34 AM
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Front door stays

Anyone have the part number for the front door stays for a ROW 1991 110? The part that is attached to bulkhead that helps the door stay open. Couldn't find on Roversnorth or in a parts catalogue.
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Old October 7th, 2016, 01:47 AM
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If you talking about the Torsion Bar, the 'S' shaped level that presses on the roller end of door check strap. rovahfarm.com has them # ALR2318 of RH doors and ALR2319 for LH door.
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Old October 7th, 2016, 02:05 AM
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If you talking about the Torsion Bar, the 'S' shaped level that presses on the roller end of door check strap. rovahfarm.com has them # ALR2318 of RH doors and ALR2319 for LH door. Hope this helps. PB
thanks. Yes that is part of it. But I need most of the parts shown in the below photo for right side door
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RovahFarm.com has all those parts listed.
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Old October 8th, 2016, 12:26 AM
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Thanks. I took off the trim piece and realize that the Torsion S bar is pulling away from the bulkhead when the door opens. One of the bolts appears to be stripped and is not tightening into the bulkhead to keep the torsion bar in place. Any ideas on how to fix the stripped bolt?
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Old October 9th, 2016, 10:57 AM
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Thanks. I took off the trim piece and realize that the Torsion S bar is pulling away from the bulkhead when the door opens. One of the bolts appears to be stripped and is not tightening into the bulkhead to keep the torsion bar in place. Any ideas on how to fix the stripped bolt?
Any ideas appreciated on fixing the bolt that won't tighten into the bulkhead
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Any ideas appreciated on fixing the bolt that won't tighten into the bulkhead
I have the same issue, one bolt was stripped. I replaced the bolt and so far its working ok. I know that at some time I will have to replace the nut plate.
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Old October 10th, 2016, 01:39 AM
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I have the same issue, one bolt was stripped. I replaced the bolt and so far its working ok. I know that at some time I will have to replace the nut plate.
Thanks. I am having a hard time even getting the stripped/loose bolt out. I feel like there is probably a nut on the backside that I cannot access that is just spinning as I try to unscrew the bolt
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Right hand door:
MWC5018– check strap slider x 1
ALR2318 – check strap torsion bar x 1
MUC6157 – bracket-pivot check arm x 1
SH106301L – bolt M6 (30 mm) x 2
WA106042 – washer M6 x 2
MWC5759 – check strap buffer x 1

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Old October 16th, 2016, 11:48 AM
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I have the same issue, one bolt was stripped. I replaced the bolt and so far its working ok. I know that at some time I will have to replace the nut plate.
Is there a nut on the backside of the plate that tightens the bolt? In other words, when you unscrew the bolt, is it coming out of a nut that keeps it tight? Otherwise, what does the bolt tighten into?
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Old October 16th, 2016, 02:53 PM
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the nut is welded to the plate, so called a nut plate
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On my bulkhead, the two screws holding in the torsion bar are threaded into the bulkhead (there is no nut plate.)

There is also a three-screw version (updated) of the door stay bracket, which has a third screw that mounts to the bulkhead. Older bulkheads don't have a hole for this third bracket hole.
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