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    Ride plate fittings

    I cannot find the ride plate fittings anywhere online. Where can you get them? I just pulled the ride plate on my 04 rxp and the fittings just pulled right off the plate like they weren't even threaded in so I want to replace them but can't find them in the oe replacement section.


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    You can only buy the barbed end the nut is part of the rideplate.
    293710087 FITTING-STRAIT $5.39


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    Right, but the image didn't show up but that's what I'm talking about

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    Check with speedfreaks or jimperformance they might have the PN for the rideplate half.

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    your looking for the inside piece? part number?

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    if so its 293710114 ann.retenu*ret ring. This was the part number i was looking for yesterday.


    293710111 is the plastic fitting that screws onto the plastic piece in the plate and the coolant hose attaches to inside the hull

    293710114 is the plastic piece inside the plate that can only be removed by diassembling the plate

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    I'm gonna send it to speedfreeks so I will just have him take care of it

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    He has an 04 they changed the fittings in 06. The ones you posted is 06+
    Quote Originally Posted by ADAMBOMB View Post
    if so its 293710114 ann.retenu*ret ring. This was the part number i was looking for yesterday.


    293710111 is the plastic fitting that screws onto the plastic piece in the plate and the coolant hose attaches to inside the hull

    293710114 is the plastic piece inside the plate that can only be removed by diassembling the plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    He has an 04 they changed the fittings in 06. The ones you posted is 06+
    Opps Sorry for the inaccurate post.

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    For my 06 plate, I used that 114 part number and Jim told me I had to call Riva and order straight from them...the piece inside the plate that is not listed. If there's a similar part that you need for the 04 plate, maybe it's something you need to order from riva also. I gave riva the part number for the inside piece of my plate and they found it right away.

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