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Old December 31st, 2012, 09:35 PM
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Opened the door to get out of the '95 ST tonight and this fell out. Too dark to see where it came from and I'm too inexperienced with the truck to recognize it. So, who can tell me? :-)
It's about 2" long & maybe 3/4" dia. Recessed threads.
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Old December 31st, 2012, 09:36 PM
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Opened the door to get out of the '95 ST tonight and this fell out. Too dark to see where it came from and I'm too inexperienced with the truck to recognize it. So, who can tell me? :-)
It's about 2" long & maybe 3/4" dia. Recessed threads.
Door top quick nut. Open your door and look up and under where the top half of the window attaches to the lower half. You'll see two studs, one is likely missing this nut.
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Old December 31st, 2012, 11:38 PM
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Hilarious. I've had the truck for a few months but been so busy with work that I haven't spent that much time in it. Never noticed them. Thanks for posting. Vic
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Only with Land Rover's will you have threads like this
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quick nut

One of these came loose and dropped into the solid plastic pocket on my Iron Goat door cards. Scared the crap out of me cause it was dark and I thought something hit the truck.
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Moderator, can we get a ruling on this? Should this be in the mud pit? I think any post that uses the words "Quick nut", "loose" and "goat" in the same post should require it.
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