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Old July 29th, 2014, 09:50 AM
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part search - door linkage rod clip/retainer RRC

I post in here, though I know it's not a defender question. Wasn't sure where to stuff this and I prefer defender source over dweb.

I have lost one of these rod clips/retainers. It's used in several locations within the door of a 1995 range rover classic. I'm going to assume discos as well.

Picture is below. Do you know of anywhere to get these? what is the part number?
US source would be better but I will wait if that's my only option.

tia
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Old July 29th, 2014, 10:12 AM
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I lost one and found a replacement in the local auto parts store. it was a different color but it worked.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 10:20 AM
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Ha. yes I am aware the part number is in the image but that's not a LR part #.. it's just that britcar part #. I didn't want to ship something for .50 across the pond. I was more interested in the real part number so I could search elsewhere.. but I did deserve that google link based on my vague question.

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i'll go look at autozone/oreilly.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 10:24 AM
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Ha. yes I am aware the part number is in the image but that's not a LR part #.. it's just that britcar part #. I didn't want to ship something for .50 across the pond. I was more interested in the real part number so I could search elsewhere..
Uh, yeah it is actually:

http://www.roversnorth.com/Products....arch=byc500050 .88 in Vermont

As an fyi Duncan Mansfield @ Britcars uses all land rover part numbers.
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Old July 29th, 2014, 10:27 AM
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Uh, yeah it is actually:

http://www.roversnorth.com/Products....arch=byc500050

As an fyi Duncan Mansfield @ Britcars uses all land rover part numbers.

RE... isn't that an RN part number? Used to, the RN catalogs all used LR part numbers, but then LRNA got after them and they changed to RN numbers....

Am I misremembering that?
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Old July 29th, 2014, 10:31 AM
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blah. well I stand corrected!
I just made the poor assumption with the BYC prefix it was their own part numbering scheme.

I don't order parts (genuine) much as so many are NLA. Speaking mostly of the odds and ends.

Thanks for pointing that out.

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Old July 29th, 2014, 11:29 AM
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Not sure why RN uses the system they do. I simply simply cut and paste LR part numbers in their search box it pulls up the part. Since they stock more than anybody else and have most of these small parts they are my go to on door parts.
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Note that there are four clips available - large hole and small hole RH and LH clip.

We've got all in stock as well.
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Thanks for the input. Finding these parts for the classic is rekindling my desire to keep her. I had stopped looking for obscure stuff a while back because I kept finding them.. with NLA next to the part number. Recently I'm just overwhelmed with The List. My list of issues, things i live with, things i must fix ( a while back is was not starting ) I have had thoughts of breaking up with her. Send her on her way to the next lunatic who wants to give her more TLC than me.... but then I come out of the home depot and see her in the parking lot... and here I am.. on the forum. looking up parts (hoping I can find them)

Sometimes I think a defender would be easier. The parts sourcing *seems*, to a non-defender owner, alot easier/more readily available.
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