Head cook, Bottle washer, and Peace keeper.
- Nov 17, 2006
- Rodent Central, Az
Well as the 40 is kind of tank like I like itill post more pictures as soon as I can. and the pail is something I used to do. old german tanks had a pail on the back. it was used for everything, to move food, oil and water. it was the kitchen sink. lol. so I just kind of adopted it one day..
Go figure, when I was underneath and installing new coils I stood up and my hip caught the fender flare and something broke with a yellow plastic part (that had obvious JB weld evidence of being fixed before).View attachment 2060644
Story short, the thumping at highway speeds put me on a search mission today and the mangling of the other clips that hold this on..
1) For those who are familiar with these parts diagrams I am guessing I need #10, pn 5384635020 sound correct?
2) And to complicate things, #8, there is a type 1 and 2.
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Those are listed as type 2, but below that (also #8) is type 1, 90904-67037. At only $1.25 I may just order 3 of each.Looking at #8 it shows in red right for one and left for the other. But 90904-67036 as the actual part number for both. Searching parts I run into this a lot with Toyota, they show are right and left but are the same part number.
Those are listed as type 2, but below that (also #8) is type 1, 90904-67037. At only $1.25 I may just order 3 of each.
Ha! I should have kept reading...Thank you sir. Would have liked to do more primitive camping but hard to find that in Oak Creek canyon. That pic was at Cave Springs campground just north of West Fork.