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Old April 12th, 2009, 03:02 PM
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FS NAS D90 rear cage parts

Hello:

Letting go my cage parts. See pics below. Included are b and c pillars. Horizontal bars between the two with cross bar, rear frame brackets that go through the tub and attach to c pillar, lower bracket from frame to front of tub, and the bar behind the seats. I also have another b pillar. These are not perfect but are in good shape. Some cracks in the padding, some minor rust on the frame brackets. I can take any other pics you want, but the pics below show what I've got. Located in Crockett, Ca. 94525 30 miles east of SF. Please make offer. Thanks.

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Old April 12th, 2009, 03:24 PM
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No diagonals? Is it 95/97 style or 94 style?
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Old April 12th, 2009, 04:13 PM
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Hey there:

No diagonal pieces sorry. I'm a series guy and am new to defenders, so I'm not sure which style it is or which year it came from. I got these with some misc parts that came with a d90 rolling chassis and tub I bought for converting my series to a coiler. I can take more photos if it helps to identify which style it is. Sorry I dont have more info. I was going to try to collect all the other parts for the cage and use it, but have decided to go with a pick up cab and custom roll cage. Thanks very much.

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Old April 12th, 2009, 04:23 PM
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Do you want to sell the little brackets that are on the inside of the wheelwell? Those are for the bench seat, and I'm missing those little tophat shaped parts.
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Old April 12th, 2009, 04:41 PM
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Do you have the bottom pieces JimC, it looks like he has those too. Based on the lights it looks like 1995/97 style.

Do you have a PU cab yet? I have a spare.
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Old April 12th, 2009, 05:04 PM
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Yeah, I've got the bottom ones, but you should buy them for the seat you're getting from me. Its got no hardware at all.

I don't have a pickup cab, that would be fun.
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Ok, I want all of the rear seat mounts.

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Do you want to sell the little brackets that are on the inside of the wheelwell? Those are for the bench seat, and I'm missing those little tophat shaped parts.
Jim hit me up after next weekend when I get back from SCARR.. I may still have mine
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Sweet. Will do.
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Hey all:

Yes I would sell the brackets for the seat. No I dont have a pick up cab, but I'm looking for a series pick up cab not a defender cab. I believe that the roof is different because of the windscreen. If you've got a series cab lets talk!

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Email me with what you want for the brackets (assuming CvC gets JimC his top hat ones).

I have a series PU cab, but the roof is seriously dented. The back panels are the same other than where the seal mounts. If you have an 88 spend $50 and buy the filler panel from George now before they go NLA again.

http://www.roversdownsouth.com/images/body/346325.JPG

You can fit a D90/D110 PU cab to a series if you use the D90/D110 windscreen.

Email me at evilfij at yahoo dottttttt commmm at=@ and remove the extra ttt and mmmm

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Old April 12th, 2009, 11:33 PM
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Any interest in selling the little rubber collars that go on the forward facing bars that connect to the front external hoop seperately?

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Old April 12th, 2009, 11:56 PM
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Cant you get a large "rubber grommet" from mcmaster to work in that ap?
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Are the seat brackets NLA? I need a set as well (not trying to steal them from this thread). Also, are the seat belts NLA? Seems like everyone has the seat but no hardware or belts.
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I believe they are NLA but they are not too hard to make. I am thinking about making some up.
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Ron, First, go to bed man. "B", I agree they can not be too hard to make. If enough people are interested I have a good friend that is a machinist and can probably copy the original design. Third, any thoughts on the seat belts?
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Any interest in selling the little rubber collars that go on the forward facing bars that connect to the front external hoop seperately?

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Hey Charles:

I dont believe I have the collars you are looking for. Thanks.

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Third, any thoughts on the seat belts?
Sal was telling me that Disco I rear belts work if your passengers are not that fat.
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I dont believe I have the collars you are looking for. Thanks.

Daniel
It's the rubber piece on the outside of the cage in the first picture. It covers the gap between the soft top and the cage bars that curve forward.
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Sal was telling me that Disco I rear belts work if your passengers are not that fat.
I did this. You'll have to make an extension to lower the belt loop or it will retract and jamb. Then the lower straps with the buckles on them are really a bit short as well iirc (I didn't replace those).
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I need horizontal parts, front to back.
How much?
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