I had not heard the term plinth. New one for me. <G>
So that leaves the gasket between the lens and the body of the light assy then?
Joe Curry wrote:
> I looked at the Rimmer site and instead of two different part numbers
> for those assemblies, they only list one for the front and one for the
> rear (both sides are the same).
> I thought that odd, until your posting. This might be exactly what
> Rimmer is selling! Since normally, the plinths are handed and what they
> are selling are not!
> Anybody ever bought any of them from Rimmer?
> Roger Elliott wrote:
> > After trying for several months to find the proper rubber plinths with no
> > luck, I gave in to a horrible solution. I purchased the rubber mounting
> > plinths for a MG Midget. The difference is that the Midgets are a uniform
> > thickness, whereas the Spitfires is kind of a wedge shape.
> > After putting them on my car I feel they look fine. No one has noticed
> > that they are not proper. I know a couple people on the list ruled them out
> > feeling that they didn't fit well enough. But they are definitely better
> > than the ones I had on the car.
> > Roger Elliott
> > Joe Curry wrote:
> > > Bob,
> > > The assemblies have been continuously available but the rubber plinths
> > > have not (as far as I can tell). It seems a pity for one to have to
> > > purchase the whole assembly when all they need is a replacement for the
> > > deteriorated rubber part!
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > > Joe
> > >
> > > bharris wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Joe,
> > > > Have you seen the latest Rimmer Bros. cat.? They do have the side
> > > > marker lights,with rubber mountings,I believe they have 2 grades.They
> > > > are most likely listed on their web page cat.
> > > > Bob Harris
> > >
> > > --
> > > "If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
> > > -- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer
> "If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
> -- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer
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