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Old March 5th, 2011, 09:10 PM
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109 vs 110 Rear Tub Sides

Are 109 and 110 5 door SW rear tub sides the same?

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Old March 5th, 2011, 09:19 PM
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I believe the wheel openings are different.
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Old March 6th, 2011, 04:00 AM
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True - the wheel arch profile is a different shape .......
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Old March 6th, 2011, 04:42 AM
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On the inside of each side panel, where the seats bolt down to, on the 109 it follows the contour of the wheel arch and so isn't flat. On the 110 it is flat from the front, where it slopes down, to about an inch or two from the back and then there is a step down of about and an inch or two. Am not sure the 110 has the tool box that the 109 has.
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On the inside of each side panel, where the seats bolt down to, on the 109 it follows the contour of the wheel arch and so isn't flat. On the 110 it is flat from the front, where it slopes down, to about an inch or two from the back and then there is a step down of about and an inch or two.
Can you post a pic of that? I am pretty sure I have a 109 tub, but the PO cut out the wheel arches to fit 110 fender flares.
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Old March 6th, 2011, 01:50 PM
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Here are a couple of both sides of a 5 door SW S3. Hope it helps. If you need one of a D90/110 I will find one.
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Here are a couple of both sides of a 5 door SW S3. Hope it helps. If you need one of a D90/110 I will find one.
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Thanks Bill. Looks like the 109s have that weird hump over the wheelwells too. I came across some cheap 109 sides and was hoping I could use them on my 110.
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Old March 6th, 2011, 02:01 PM
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This is a 110 panel that I have so you can see the difference.
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This is a 110 panel that I have so you can see the difference.
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What year is that one off of? I ask because it doesnt have a toolbox.
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Old March 6th, 2011, 05:34 PM
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I've just had a look through my 1987-2001 90-110-130 Defender parts book and it shows as MTC7887 to LA939975, ALR5503 from MA939978 to WA159806, ALA710150 from XA159807 to ZA612404 or ALA710570 from 1A612404 but doesn't give a date on it only Station wagon 110. The diagram doesn't show a tool box in either side for any of those VIN sequences.
I still have it and its in its proper box. If you want it make a reasonable offer its yours as I am not using it on my S3 109 SW rebuild. Hope the above helps.
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Too bad it wasn't the right side, that's the panel I need! I just scored an OEM left side rear panel on ebay for $75
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Old March 6th, 2011, 06:21 PM
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No worries thats a good find. Hope you get the other side. I've just about posted a complete 109/200tdi across the atlantic in the last few years and am glad I started when I did as it's not getting any easier.
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Jonathan, if you want to find a buyer for your 109 stuff, look no further.
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