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Help identifying belt line trim part number 68' 1600

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The stud plate is P/N 5113640145.  Those stud plates used to come in two versions, short and long, but IIRC the only ones available now are the long ones, so you have to trim a few mm off each end to use them on the curved sections of the beltline trim.  As for the washer, it appears there's both a flat washer and a lock washer.  The easy way is to take your stud plate down to the hardware sstore and find the proper size washers.  I believe those studs are 3mm


As best I can tell from the parts book, the part numbers for the two washes are 07119931015 for the flat washer, and 071199333017 for the lock washer.  A hardware store is gonna be easier...

AFAIK all 2002s used these same stud plates; give Blunt or Max a call and they can fix you up with the correct part.  




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I ended up taking this advice and just grabbed the washers from Ace. They had a big enough selection that I was able to find some that worked. Didn't even need to trim the posts down either. 



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