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Old January 28th, 2011, 10:16 AM
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Part # for the rivnuts/nutserts for upper steering clamp

Does anyone know the part # or the specs on the (2) rivnuts (or whatever they are) that go into the bulkhead for the purpose of mounting the MTC1382 steering column top support bracket?? This is the large bracket on the engine side of the bulkhead.

------ Follow up post added January 28th, 2011 10:47 AM ------

I think it is NN108021 "Blind nutsert 8mm ID 10mm OD. Bulkhead aplications, heater and steering column etc."
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Yes, you're exactly correct, that's the part #

2.02 UKP each! just a standard rivnut though. it might have a very thin "edge" or flange on it, but that would make little difference to the mounting of the steering bracket.

Also used on earlier models in the same place, are ATU1005L and RRC8886.

The ATU number is the earliest (up to VIN AA271213) then your NN108 (AA271214 up to WA159806) then RRC886 from XA159807 onwards)

but all three are listed as "Nutsert, M8, Blind"
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Thanks..So any idea on which of those would go with the Bulkhead/Dash AHA710450?
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Probably the NN108, but in all honesty i don't think there's much difference between them.
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As an FYI..those rivnuts did not fit..were way too small for the predrilled bulkhead holes...ended up using some leftover rivnuts from my Safari Gard rock sliders on my RRC...almost an exact fit...
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I'm for this concept. storage without giving up any additional interior space. Older series had the tool boxes in this space. I think Defenders and Series have lots of potential unused space that could be tapped into without sacrifice to articulation or interior cubic footage.
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