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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenAcworth View Post
    #304598, 26.05.1966, Webasto 004595
    Excellent......THX
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    From 303581 first week of February 1966 build. Serial #003968

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    Yup, a boring match and Im an "anything but United" supporter anyway ;-)
    Please take a look at these pics. The hole where the harness enters the smugglers box does not look enlarged. The rubber ring is glued, so I would have to pry it off to say for sure, but I dont think that is necessary??

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    This part is missing from my box with Webasto parts.
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    I have one somewhere, but believe it came from another car. There are no holes in the smugglers box to attach it in the same location as seen in the pictures posted by the other guys..

    Smugglers box_6.JPG

    Thanks, Radmund
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradford View Post
    From 303581 first week of February 1966 build. Serial #003968
    thank you scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schiefer View Post


    This part is missing from my box with Webasto parts.


    I have one somewhere, but believe it came from another car. There are no holes in the smugglers box to attach it in the same location as seen in the pictures posted by the other guys..



    Thanks, Radmund
    thats the big hole...the non transistor is only 1/3 of the size of this one.
    with the grommet mounted one can`t see if it has been enlarged...you know what to do now(befor onset of winter and freezing temp.that would make the rubber stiff),right ?
    in return i show you a something that needs to be fixed....one day

    am i seeing the squarish holes here ?
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    A quiet Friday evening, the kids finally asleep. What better to do than crawl around in a trunk??
    But, we hate stiff rubber, so better get it off right away.

    The hole is 3 cm, maybe a mm or two less.

    Smugglers box_7.JPG

    Smugglers box_8.JPG

    Im sorry but there are no holes of any size or shape in the smugglers box towards the front...

    What do you think could be the reason for making the hole covered with the grey plug that you have marked for me??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schiefer View Post
    A quiet Friday evening, the kids finally asleep. What better to do than crawl around in a trunk??
    But, we hate stiff rubber, so better get it off right away.





    Im sorry but there are no holes of any size or shape in the smugglers box towards the front...

    What do you think could be the reason for making the hole covered with the grey plug that you have marked for me??

    usually the HI-FI guys are the ones to blame


    thanks for your efforts Radmund...and a great big round of applause for your late nite gymnastics.


    the hole is factory...
    no holes for the prestole cages...
    bump in the lid....

    now i need to decide which of my theories should make it in the history-books.


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    bump for serial#

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    Quote Originally Posted by moito View Post
    John
    thank`s for your contribution

    what you have in 301744 is, what i call "the nylon cap type"
    unit #2015 and 2292 added to the data base
    pictures of the #2292 unit would be of great interest cause this is a serial# that would help to narrows down the gap for the transition from nylon to steel cap .

    the one in 304574 is most likely a red steel cap type..if you find time to take a pic of it would also be sweet.

    thanks much
    franz

    Franz:

    Here are photos for 304574 with no number on the CoA listed for the Webasto heater
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    thanks John



    and time for a bump

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