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post #61 of 395 Old 08-30-2012, 06:31 PM
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We must take our time Glenn, there are only so many parts in a jeep! :-)
Can't argue with that! They keep falling off!


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post #62 of 395 Old 08-30-2012, 06:44 PM
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But I have such a short time left here, turning 62 this weekend.

This should be an easy one.
It's a thumb!!

Okay, I get a free smartass remark for guessing your last part

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post #63 of 395 Old 08-30-2012, 09:51 PM
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It's a thumb!!

Okay, I get a free smartass remark for guessing your last part
But which one?

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But which one?
Which one what?

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post #65 of 395 Old 08-30-2012, 11:29 PM
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You folks posting pics of door parts... C'mon now, I only have full soft doors! Joined in a little too late to get the D300 part - I just welded one back together the other day, now to just get it back on the Jeep!

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post #66 of 395 Old 08-31-2012, 07:28 AM
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Which one what?
Which thumb?

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post #67 of 395 Old 08-31-2012, 07:29 AM
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You folks posting pics of door parts... C'mon now, I only have full soft doors! Joined in a little too late to get the D300 part - I just welded one back together the other day, now to just get it back on the Jeep!
This is not a door pary
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post #68 of 395 Old 08-31-2012, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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Hmmm... Good one Glenn... Looks like a bracket for the throttle return spring but the plastic on the top is confusing....

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Hmmm... Good one Glenn... Looks like a bracket for the throttle return spring but the plastic on the top is confusing....
If I have you stumped then this is a good one.

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Looks like a bracket with the plastic piece that would be taped to a wiring harness. The bracket would be bolted to the engine or something to hold the harness away from rubbing.

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Which thumb?
Hmmmm.... Judging by the presence of palm below the thumb, I'm going with left hand thumb!

And on the actual part, I agree with Cutlass, it looks like a wire routing utensil. Given how small the wire channel is in the plastic, I'd say its for something the size of a plug wire.

This leads me to believe its a plug wire standoff that bolts in with one of the valve cover bolts

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Looks like a bracket with the plastic piece that would be taped to a wiring harness. The bracket would be bolted to the engine or something to hold the harness away from rubbing.
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Hmmmm.... Judging by the presence of palm below the thumb, I'm going with left hand thumb!

And on the actual part, I agree with Cutlass, it looks like a wire routing utensil. Given how small the wire channel is in the plastic, I'd say its for something the size of a plug wire.

This leads me to believe its a plug wire standoff that bolts in with one of the valve cover bolts
The idea is correct, the application is incorrect (it is a holdoff, but not for wiring).

Should I call it close enough or hold out for the fully correct appliction?

I think the winner should post the next part, what do you say Moc

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Lets get the application right

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post #74 of 395 Old 08-31-2012, 11:17 AM
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my next guess, is its a standoff for fuel tubing

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any other pictures Glenn? Stumped...

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