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I give up.... I have been through Penske Parts and Max's listings and I can not identify the part numbers for the plastic sill plate and gasket between the carpet and the door.

I'm not sure, but I think that the width of the sill plate changes somewhere along the line too.

Can anyone point me in the proper direction or furnish a number?

Thanx

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The parts catalog will tell you the year of the change over between the narrow and wide one.

My guess is 72 and earlier had the narrow ones. But that is a guess. I know the 72s had the narrow.

51 72 6 440 148 and 9 for a 72

51 72 6 440 147 and 8 for a 73 and 74

If you are not into originality for 1972, the later one protects the painted sill better.

What you call a gasket and what you call the plastic thing is all one part.

Early threshold:

earlystyledoorthreshold_zps26ecfe65.jpg

Later style:

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Thanks. I had narrowed it down to group 51, but the drawing was so weak and the part itself I guess is NLA. I appreciate all of the description and pics.

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I posted the part numbers above. From REALOEM, both the narrow and wide seem available.

Take the part numbers I posted, copy them and paste them into REAL OEM "Search Part Number" section.

Or go to group 51 then to 51/15 at the bottom of the lists (moldings)

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I know this is an old thread, just wanting to correct it for those (like myself) that are searching for numbers:

 

51 47 1 808 680     71-73 Narrow (currently) NLA

51 47 1 822 070     73-76 Wide - currently available

 

the numbers above appear to be the gaskets for the stainless rocker trim

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Someone with parts books, can you answer the question of the date and/or the VIN of where the change from narrow to wide door sill covers occurred? I'm looking at photos of a variety of cars, and if they have the original sills, the change does appear to have occurred sometime in 1973.

 

--Rob

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1 hour ago, thehackmechanic said:

Someone with parts books, can you answer the question of the date and/or the VIN of where the change from narrow to wide door sill covers occurred? I'm looking at photos of a variety of cars, and if they have the original sills, the change does appear to have occurred sometime in 1973.

 

--Rob

 

You're this guy now?  We have other guys in this role, don't we?  I mean, we have several.  Thank God.  

 

You have a thing, stick with your thing.  Stay in your lane, as they say.  :0 :) 

 

My car is June '72 and it still has the skinny version.  

 

Love you, love your show.

 

Scott

Edited by saaron

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1. 51 47 7 470 005/6: up to EURO 1600-2 VIN 1 514 155 (supposedly not delivered to US / don´t have a picture)

2. 51 47 7 470 007 (rubber gasket 51 71 1 813 507): all US 1600-2, US 2002 up to VIN 2 572 069, US 2002 automatic up to VIN 2 532 126

 

Schwellerleiste Version 2.jpg

 

3. 51 47 1 808 680 (rubber gasket 51 47 1 813 485): US 2002 up to VIN 2 589 447, US 2002tii up to VIN 2 763 671, US 2002 automatic up to VIN 2 534 068

(modded picture from Bill Williams above)

 

Schwellerleiste Version 3a.jpg

 

4. 51 47 1 822 070 (rubber gasket 51 47 1 822 072): all the rest

(modded picture from Bill Williams above)

 

Schwellerleiste Version 4a.jpg

 

Parts cannot be found in the 51 section of the parts catalogue but in the 41 section, picture pages 25a and 25b. 51 72 6 440 147/8/9 Bill has mentioned above are not for the thresholds but for the lower outer chrome trim on the rockers/sills.

 

Best regards, Lars.

Edited by LarsAlpina

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Look at "Entrance Capping"



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