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Thread: WTB: plastic bolts and washers that plug rear seat belt holes

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    WTB: plastic bolts and washers that plug rear seat belt holes

    Hi, All -

    See picture. I'm not sure if these are a Porsche part or not - can't find them in the parts book, though I have seen them on lots of 911s.

    I could use half a dozen or so, let me know what you have, thanks!

    - Rob
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    Feb 2012
    I have these part numbers listed:

    901-803-113-20 plastic washer
    901-803-115-20 plastic screw

    I'm not sure if they're still available, but VW used the same style screws on aircooled vehicles from '67+
    Grey and ivory tend to be more common on beetles, usually find the black ones on vans.

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    JR -

    I have a new P/N that supercedes the old one for the screw: 911.803.116.00, but searching the Web wasn't all that helpful!

    - Rob

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    Rob,send that picture to Roger @ Retro Automotive Products in N.H. I bought a bunch of those a while back.


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