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Rear body capping for 3 door 110 TD5 Utility Wagon

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Hi. Got a defender 110 Td5 1999, 3 doors utility wagon.  I would like to replace the body capping on the sides with galvanised ones. But I can't figure out the part no. I can just find RH rear body capping 110 SW ASR1391, ASR1390, But they are for the 5 door version. I only got 3 doors....

Not my car in the Pic. But same model.

Any help is appreciated :) 

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Yours could be removed and sent for galvanising I would imagine the galvinisers would prep your cappings prior to coating 

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Most galvanisers I have dealt with in the past have a system in place where they will do small jobs, below a certain weight, for a set price. The amount you can get done below the weight varies from company to company. I found one where I managed to get a full set of body callings from an early 110 (with 2piece doors) CSW, the front bumper, a pair of rear bumperettes, an A bar and some other , smaller, bits done for 75 pounds. This was a few years ago though. Typically they will not prepare them for you, so you need to remove any paint, I did it by chucking the bits on a garden fire. Rust is not a problem, the acid pickling dip will take care of that. When you get above the fixed price weight, they price jobs by weight. The item is weighed before being done, then weighed again. You pay for the additional weight of zinc added to the original weight of the items.

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