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Old December 22nd, 2012, 07:00 PM
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NAS 110 interior trim mounting tabs

I'm finally getting around to installing the Interior trim pieces and noticed that it looks like there needs to be some type of receiving mounting clips on the body, in particular next to the rear door where the small windows are.
Also looks like there should be some clips below and above the rear sliding windows.

The spring steel clips are in place on the plastics pieces, just nothing for them to lock into on the body.

Sounds like I need to reach out to SHP, but it would be nice if I knew what I was asking for!
Anyone know?
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Old December 22nd, 2012, 07:24 PM
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Where did you find the interior trim pieces themselves?
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Where did you find the interior trim pieces themselves?
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These.... They need to hook into something on the body.....
Something I need apparently
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What do these clip to the top of the sides with?
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This nice NAS Defender 110 has come to us from Ohio for a round of updates and needed repairs. This 110 is kind of special, it is #1 of the 500 numbered 110s that were brought into the USA. The owner sent the 110 to ECR to make it better and to make it last longer, as he knows the level of workmanship he can expect from ECR is much higher than that of any local shop. The good news on this 110 is that it has very low miles and is in pretty good shape. The bad new is that this 110... is a 110, and that means we need to go back through and fix some things that the factory did incorrectly to make it better.
huh?
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This nice NAS Defender 110 has come to us from Ohio for a round of updates and needed repairs. This 110 is kind of special, it is #1 of the 500 numbered 110s that were brought into the USA. The owner sent the 110 to ECR to make it better and to make it last longer, as he knows the level of workmanship he can expect from ECR is much higher than that of any local shop. The good news on this 110 is that it has very low miles and is in pretty good shape. The bad new is that this 110... is a 110, and that means we need to go back through and fix some things that the factory did incorrectly to make it better.
WTF? Sounds like something only ECR could write.
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WTF? Sounds like something only ECR could write.
i'm sure we'll see an influx of this crap as people try and get their posts up to join the mud pit ... either that or it's a spam account that just inserts random land rover text ...

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huh?
That IS something poached right from ECR site.

Looks like a spambot, or troll.
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Jackie, what you are looking for are the "C" clips. They connect to the part and to the frame around the windows. They are pretty small, probably 3/8x3/8.
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Old December 24th, 2012, 08:56 AM
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Jackie, what you are looking for are the "C" clips. They connect to the part and to the frame around the windows. They are pretty small, probably 3/8x3/8.
Thanks, but even for the rear small pieces?

I did find one remaining c-clip for the side pieces but the rears look like they hook into something. Anyone have a picture?
Or parts diagram?

Good job purging the spam too! That's something new, haven't seen much of that at all thankfully.
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These are what you need- attaches to the trim and then hooks into the edge of the panel. Tension holds them in. I've had to squeeze them tighter and fiddle with them to get them to work at times. (I'm sure there are a few jokes in there).
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These are what you need- attaches to the trim and then hooks into the edge of the panel. Tension holds them in. I've had to squeeze them tighter and fiddle with them to get them to work at times. (I'm sure there are a few jokes in there).

Many thanks!
...and for the top edge of the side panels it looks like a pring body clip as well (just smaller than what you've pictured).

One of these days I'll finally get this sorted. I've had these pieces sitting in storage for a year now.

Stephen at SHP - HELP!
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Yes, I believe just smaller. I haven't taken the larger side pieces off to know for sure.

I try not to take these out as it takes some coaxing to get them back in and to stay. Not the greatest of engineering principles to say the least.

Maybe as at an upholstery shop- they may have something similar that would work. The trims should have the attachment points riveted to them so that would give you an idea of the size clips you need.
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