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Just wondering if anyone could find out the part number for the white and black clips that go into the back of the boot trim panel. Cheers
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You tried ePer
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Yeah, either I'm being thick or the Bravo isn't on it =/
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Re: Boot trim panel

you are not being thick, Eper is on ver 20 which is pre our Bravo

Is this showing what you need (I have a later copy of Eper) ?

https://www.fiatforum.com/gallery/sh...hp?photo=82550
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Don't believe it is. Will take it to the dealer and find out. Cheers for the help
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Just for future reference, the part number is 71749765, and they go for 1.29 each, plus VAT . All they are are small plastic clips, and even the guy behind the desk was shocked, so, coz I needed 7, he gave me 10% off
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Just for future reference, the part number is 71749765, and they go for 1.29 each, plus VAT . All they are are small plastic clips, and even the guy behind the desk was shocked, so, coz I needed 7, he gave me 10% off
Here's the eper page for said part

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Just for future reference, the part number is 71749765, and they go for 1.29 each, plus VAT . All they are are small plastic clips, and even the guy behind the desk was shocked, so, coz I needed 7, he gave me 10% off
That's reasonable. Considering they have to set a mould. Then make several hundreds of thousands and then store them until you decide you want them. You expect them to be 2p each?
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I was thinking more 20p each, seeing as they are small plastic clips . Even the guy behind the desk was shocked, but he knocked 10% off so can't hugely complain. Still, for what they are, seems a bit steep.
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