RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

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RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by johnwillett » Fri 15 Apr, 2016 23:55

HI,

Does anyone know the part number of the three rubber stops that hold the spare wheel in situ when the spare wheel carrier is replaced back. the spare wheel sits against these stops. Unable to find them in BMW parts diagrams

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by mrscalex » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 01:04

Is it part 17 on this diagram?

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http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showpar ... Id=71_0123
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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by Robert T » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 10:07

I think more #14 - SOUND ABSORBER - qty 3 - is more likely.

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by johnwillett » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 10:50

Hi,

Thanks for your responses. Unfortunately they are not the parts I am after. The rubber stops / bungs fit into two brackets on the chassis ( on what I think is the outside of the well that the too kit/battery sits) and the third fits directly to the chassis (no bracket). I have photos nut cammot load onto site.

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John

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by colb » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 16:02

John try a photo hosting site to upload your pictures to then copy and paste the link it provides into your post on here.
I use http://photobucket.com/ when I need to post a picture.

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by Brian H » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 17:07

My guess is these:-

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No part numbers on them afraid, if these are the ones you are looking for let me know.

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by Brian4 » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 18:17

You have beaten me to it Brian just got my knee wet taking a poor quality photo and again saying no part numbers.

The only thing I can find are part number 5 here and they are only for the Z3
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showpar ... Id=51_2049

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by johnwillett » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 22:24

Hi Brian (s)

Yes they are the parts I am looking for - great pictures too. Any ideas where I may find the part numbers, only BMW cannot find them on the documentation!

Thanks everyone for your feedback,

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Re: RUBBER STOPS THAT HOLD SPARE WHEEL IN SITU

Post by Brian H » Sat 16 Apr, 2016 22:54

johnwillett wrote:Hi Brian (s)

Yes they are the parts I am looking for - great pictures too. Any ideas where I may find the part numbers, only BMW cannot find them on the documentation!

Thanks everyone for your feedback,
John,

These are spare, you can have them for a small donation to the up keep of the site, PM me your address and I'll pop them in the post for you,

Cheers

Brian

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