Post Number: 159
|Posted on Thursday, 05 January, 2017 - 01:05 pm: |
Rubber baby buggy bumpers . . . say that three times fast. Just kidding, of course. On a serious note, the rubber bumpers for the hood support at the locking mechanism, what's my best source? I need a pair (this isn't Tootsie but hers are missing).
- Rubber baby buggy bumpers
Post Number: 879
|Posted on Thursday, 05 January, 2017 - 01:12 pm: |
I only have contacts for Australia.
Are they of any help?
Post Number: 147
|Posted on Thursday, 05 January, 2017 - 02:32 pm: |
John, part #UB12425 is still available from all the usual suspects.
Post Number: 160
|Posted on Thursday, 05 January, 2017 - 03:28 pm: |
Thanks Kelly, I just ordered a pair.
Post Number: 1545
|Posted on Friday, 06 January, 2017 - 01:53 am: |
I had no idea these rubber baby buggy bumpers existed. I've just checked and they are missing from my car. I thought the holes were part of the RR philosophy of shaving every gram of weight from the car.
Kelly - thanks for the link.
FS will wonder why they have suddenly had a rush of orders for these grommets.
Post Number: 2187
|Posted on Friday, 06 January, 2017 - 10:15 am: |
It's always a contest as to who's going to have bits like this for the most reasonable cost when you include shipping. Albers had them for $1.60 each back in 2007 when I bought my replacements. I've also bought odd bits like this from Rolls-Royce dealerships, but that was "near to the split" and they'd most likely be in someone's "NOS" bin at a Bentley dealership now, since Bentley has responsibility for all of the legacy cars (read, pre-Goodwood, so up through the Seraph/Arnage era).