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Boxbrownie



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Parcel shelf “peg”

Hello Dan, is this part available separately, maybe as a repair part?

It’s the RH rear shelf “peg” which slots into the side trim to keep the shelf in place.

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David

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Post #377784 3rd Sep 2019 4:40 pm
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Morning David,

It certainly is, £14.00 posted, come in pairs

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SYFL2



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Surely a self tapping screw would sort that out.

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dondiddy



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It can screw to the shelf but can`t be screwed to the side trim as it would mean that you could not roll the cover back to access items in the boot. Thumbs Up

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Boxbrownie



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SYFL2 wrote:
Surely a self tapping screw would sort that out.


No worries, I fixed it fine with an 5mmx20mm SS bolt, it needed a spacer between the head and the plastic broken part (as the bolt head needs to protrude into the steel channel on the cover to stop the “peg” part moving around, a nylock on the exposed side with some self adhesive looped Velcro around exposed bolt end and hey presto it works great.....easier to do that describe of course, but it’ll be nice to have the genuine part fitted Thumbs Up Regards

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LR NUT wrote:
I’ve never ever noticed that on my one but I have limo tints and have never used it.


Got factory tints and cannot see inside at all really, but it’s nice to have everything working properly, even if it is a Land Rover Rolling with laughter Regards

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