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 Post subject: how are genuine EF Tickford skirts held on?
Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:57 pm 
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hey all, i've managed to get my hands on a set of genuine Tickford skirts but am wondering how there held on. i know theres a bead of sikaflex or double sided tape on the top edge but how is the bottom edge held on? are there special clips that clip it onto the sill?

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Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:28 pm 
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Yes there are special clips to hold them on to the sill edge. They are still listed as available from Ford part number 00214439 @ $3.50ea, there are also screws still available p/n 56912 S57B @ $3.30ea.

It shows as 6 clips and 6 screws for each side. Hope that helps. :)
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Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:38 pm 
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Papa Smurf, do you have a Microcat market or something similar on your home computer? you seem to have heaps of knowledge on spare parts :D

 

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Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:51 pm 
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Yes I do have access to Microcat at home. I have 6 computers in my little hidey hole and I like to bring my work home, so to speak. :D I have been a parts interpreter for 41 years and it still interests me. :wink:
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Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:53 pm 
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Papa Smurf wrote:
Yes I do have access to Microcat at home. I have 6 computers in my little hidey hole and I like to bring my work home, so to speak. :D I have been a parts interpreter for 41 years and it still interests me. :wink:


thats a field i always wanted to get in to, but couldnt find an apprenticeship/trainee/job as one anywhere. damn id love to be able to access microcat at home :lol: lol

 

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Posted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:50 pm 
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Papa Smurf wrote:
Yes there are special clips to hold them on to the sill edge. They are still listed as available from Ford part number 00214439 @ $3.50ea, there are also screws still available p/n 56912 S57B @ $3.30ea.

It shows as 6 clips and 6 screws for each side. Hope that helps. :)


thanks heaps papa smurf part no's and all. its more than help its doing the work for me. legend :P
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Posted: Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:34 am 
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That's a field i always wanted to get in to, but couldn't find an apprenticeship/trainee/job as one anywhere. damn id love to be able to access microcat at home :lol: lol


There are apprenticeships for Spare Parts Interpreters at many dealerships. At most Ford dealers you can do an in-house course and of course there is the Tech College route as well. make sure it is REALLY what you want to do as the $$$ aren't great and you will have to put up with heaps of wannabe mechanics and at the end of the day still love it :D

Magna, you are most welcome. :)
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