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    Ride plate fittings??? Help help

    I just got the plate off my 2006 rxp and one of the fittings broke. Then I order two new ones form riva with the o rings but when I tried to install them on my new plate I notice that I'm missing a screw type piece. Now my ?? Is that piece the holds the fitting and plate together is it screw on or what?? I think this is the part # 293710114 is this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhill19 View Post
    293710111
    I already got two of those new from riva, the problem is they won't screw on to my new plate because the plate has a female thread and the fittings also have a female thread.

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    you need the other ones then. 114 number

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhill19 View Post
    you need the other ones then. 114 number
    Yes that's my guess, I was wondering how you get them off? I tried to unscrew them off the old plate with no success!!

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    Mine were barely on when i took my plate off to send it to erik

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    Bang!
    Got another one!

    Sounds like you snapped the plate fittings ace. You can't by them through store. Hit Jim up of 'Jim performance ride plates'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    I already got two of those new from riva, the problem is they won't screw on to my new plate because the plate has a female thread and the fittings also have a female thread.
    If the plate has a female fitting it's the pre 06 type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayers View Post
    If the plate has a female fitting it's the pre 06 type.
    Now I get it.... The plate I'm about to install is a pre 06 plate. So I need a different type of fittings f$$k!!
    What is it needed to install a 04/05 plate? With just the two fittings and some silicon I'll be ok??

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