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Thread: Part needed - NLA from dealer

  1. #26
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    3D printing the part is ok if printed in ABS or ASA.

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    I guess it is, now, if it's possible to print using ABS but depend on region, the price for printing them may be a bit too high, for just 2 not so visible parts. I still recommend and prefer plastic weld. Cheap less than 50 bucks fix, if you have a heatgun and got some manual talent.
    Last edited by bl00keRs; 08-01-2020 at 06:10 PM.

  3. #28
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    What about plastic trim covers on both sides, are they available as separate part number?

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    How about some junkyard?
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  5. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by M3C View Post
    What about plastic trim covers on both sides, are they available as separate part number?

    There aren't any other part number which superseds this part. The only number is the 52208153256. You need to find them in acceptable for you condition at some junkyard, or decide to recover your existing ones.

  6. #31
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    It is only the cap that covers the end, now if that can be 3D printed.

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    Almost gave up but after one more dig found it under the rear carpet, glued back, also cleaned sticky surface on both strips.


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