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Thread: Part number for Engine panel bushing

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    Part number for Engine panel bushing

    Hi guys on the pet itís just shows hose as the bushing with a bolt but I have
    Seen a single threaded stud one end and the other end to take a bolt .

    I have a Lwb 69 any ideas boys

    Thanks

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    Please be more specific as to what you are talking about.
    Bob B

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    Hi bob thanks for the reply , it the electrical panel on the left in the
    Engine bay . It’s the rubber / bush that holds it to the body .

    Thanks

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    #4 below you mean?

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    - 1969 911T Ossi Blue #3981

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    Jonny,
    I used a piece of soft fuel hose cut to length. I did the same for the fuel console.

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    My car has 4 rubber washers in the wheel well and 4 behind the panel. The ones in the wheel well are about 5 mm thick, 16 mm dia. and 6 mm hole. The ones behind the panel seem to be thicker. I will pull one out tomorrow and take a pic.
    Stoddard wants over $7 for part #4 above.
    Bob B
    Last edited by SIMI BOB; 12-04-2021 at 12:28 AM.

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