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    Where to find these OEM coolant parts?

    I need to replace the plastic coolant posts that unscrew from the rxp rideplate and I don't see a part number in service manual or in the online parts stores.

    Thanks,
    Sean


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    Sean,is this the part you ask for?
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    if you need those lower ones that are "inside" the rideplate shoot me a PM. for some reason i thought i need a bunch and have some extra's you can have

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    Yes I need the threaded portion....although how did you get only the threaded portion in that pic?? What I have came out and is twice as long ---> threaded portion PLUS the upper stalk that the hoses actually clamp to.

    But in my hands it looks like all of 1 piece....scratching my head!

    Thanks mike H!!! But based on what I'm saying here, which part exactly do you have??

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    Mitsakosgt.....I'm second guessing your pic now. Besides the overall length being different, Mine has threads all the way up (on the male porttion that threads into the female hole on the plate. In other words, no smooth shoulder beyond the threads that yours has.

    And I'm not quite getting what portion your lower pic is.

    Is there a threaded female part that comes out of the plate?

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    thats because u already broke the smooth shoulder off that piece and its inside the plate now.......u need the pieces in the pic and u need to unscrew the pieces in the pic that are broke out of the piece u hook the coolant hose to...u should have removed those before u took the plate out but because u didnt they broke the pieces u see in the pic........we have all done it thats why we all have those pieces in our garage......good luck!!!!!!!!

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    There is two different styles depending on year. One style has female threads and the other is male thread.

    Here is the 04 with male thread.


    Here is the 06 and it has female threads.


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    if you need those lower ones that are "inside" the rideplate shoot me a PM. for some reason i thought i need a bunch and have some extra's you can have
    When I look inside of mine, they are totally one piece units
    2.8 inches tall and completely smooth on the inside - don't came apart.

    These are for an 05 rxp OEM rideplate

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    Sean this part is off of an 06 rxp plate.The last mechanic tryied to get the plate off of this rxp without unbolt the fittings.Result is a broken fitting!Look how the plate looks with and without this threated fitting!
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