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Converting Double Cab to Station Wagon


Raumer
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We are about to start converting our 110 double cab to a station wagon. It started life as a station wagon and then the previous owner converted it to a double cab. Not the best of jobs with no end of leaks etc...... We have now got a county roof, rear door and rear quarters to fit. The overall job is fairly straightforward but struggling to work out a couple of the smaller bits.

Main questions are what type of bolts hold the rear quarters to the tub and what rubber mounts are needed? Also where to get them from. We have got the roof bolts sorted and have glazing tape for sealing the roof to the body.

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Ed

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Thanks for the link to the parts manual very useful and has answered all my questions. For the rubber bumpers that the panels mount on to there are two types listed - 338553 and 338550. The 338553 are no longer available but apparently you can use the 338550 instead. The proper studs and rubber bumpers are fairly inexpensive to hold the quarters on. For the roof I'll probably go for run of the mill stainless bolts and washers.

Thanks

Ed

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