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This my td5 110 stationwagon, YA189377.

I think I need:

MXC5835

MXC5830

MXC5837

MXC5833

MXC5834

MUC4073

Just need confirmation before I start spending. All the other bits such as glass support brackets and filler strips I have recovered from some scrap doors.

Cheers

Paul

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Cheers for that Ralph. A bit of confirmation sometimes helps. I printed out the link above in October ready for doing this job, so I should be ready to go next week. The kids will be happy to have a bit of a view once the steel blanking panels are removed.

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Cheers for that Ralph. A bit of confirmation sometimes helps. I printed out the link above in October ready for doing this job, so I should be ready to go next week. The kids will be happy to have a bit of a view once the steel blanking panels are removed.

love that bit, bet they love riding in a armoured vehicle :lol:

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  • 2 weeks later...

Well it took me 3hrs to get the steel sheet blanking plates out. They had been pressed in before the door was skinned and the welded into the frame. 3mm thick steel plate, Ralph was right. :lol:

Windows fitted to one side only as I found that the doors are late (as to be expected) but the regulators I hade recovered from some scrap doors are early.

I think I need CVH500080 and CVH500090, but it seems odd that the 2nd row doors use the same regulator as the front.

Word of caution to all. A universal electic window kit only works if you have a splined regulator fitted (still I now have electrikey front windows)

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