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Old July 24th, 2009, 12:03 AM
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Part number look up request

I have searched but I cannot find the part number for the brackets circled in the picture. If anyone has some, I need 8 of them.

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Old July 24th, 2009, 12:15 AM
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I will look in the parts manual tomorrow morning.
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Old July 24th, 2009, 01:44 AM
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Old July 24th, 2009, 02:18 AM
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NRC5665 - Body Mounting Bracket

Each requires:

2 x NRC4693 - Spreader Plate
4 x FS106207 - M6x20 Screw
4 x WC106041L - Plain Washer
4 x WL106001L - Spring Washer
4 x NH106041L - Nut

Fiche 4, Section C4, Body and Chasssis section in the NAS Defender Parts Manual

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Old July 24th, 2009, 02:38 AM
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Thanks!

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PS is the parts manual available online anywhere in pdf?
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There are a couple of variations of these brackets though, depeneding on if it's going to be a SW body or a plain tub.
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That is the only one listed for NAS trucks. There probably are different ones available for other ROW body types I would imagine but I don't have a copy of the ROW Defender parts data at the moment.

Never found any of the parts manuals in pdf only workshop manuals, etc. I use the Heritage Motor Centre CDs but they only work under XP, not Vista. They are supposed to be making new versions though that will work. Biggest problem I have found with them is that you can't easily print the stuff you want like you can with RAVE. But RAVE doesn't have the parts books and is not NAS specific either. I have a copy of Microcat but haven't tried it.
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Yeah, after I had hit "send" for that last message I then thought "You idiot Jamie... it's 99.99% for an NAS truck anyway"

Microcat will give you the parts needed, although it doesn't specifically list NAS parts, i'm sure if you put a NAS VIN into it, it will show you the bulk of what's needed and what's not.
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ron, sent ya a pm.
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Thanks Joe. FYI RN lists them at $18.

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Thanks Joe. FYI RN lists them at $18.

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I might have some left here from my project110 build. you're more than welcome to them, but i expect that shipping will outweigh the cost, but i'll gladly find out if ya want?
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I might have some left here from my project110 build. you're more than welcome to them, but i expect that shipping will outweigh the cost, but i'll gladly find out if ya want?
Jamie, thanks for the offer but it looks to be $60 at minimum to get them across the pond.
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I just had a look.. i've got 2 here. I'll get a price anyway, as they're not very heavy, you're welcome to them.

PM me your zip and i'll see if it's feasable.
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Jamie, thanks for the offer but it looks to be $60 at minimum to get them across the pond.
Who are you using for shipping? I have had parts sent royal mail and it was cheap.

I just had a box of parts sent to me 3' X 3' x 3' ~ 40 lbs Fedex arrived in 2 days and it cost me $70
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I'll check royal mail, they're usually the easiest and (normally) cheapest too.
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