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    Help with finding part number

    I need the part number to the plastic fittings that are IN BETWEEN the ride plate of an 06 RXP.

    They are not on the fiche diagram, but I know they make them because the part number is on the actual fitting and when punched into the parts finder they come up.

    Does anyone have an old one laying around or an idea on how the heck to find the part number?


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    Here ya go:
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    Thanks!!

    Is that the only piece needed on the inside of the plate?? No orings or sealant around the base of that sucker??

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    Hey PDX I think thats the only piece that actually goes in the plate. Then there is the piece that screws into it that you connect the hose to... and that piece has a rubber o-ring. I actually have all the parts at home so I can check when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Thanks!!

    Is that the only piece needed on the inside of the plate?? No orings or sealant around the base of that sucker??

    no o-rings go inside the plate except the outer main rubber seal BUT i did put a small layer of silicone around the base of each of the plate coolant thru fittings shown above and pulled it up to and against the plate and let it adhere to it......helps with sealing it up and also helps the other parts going in place after the plate is intsalled in the hull........i also put a layer of silicone all the way around the outside on main rubber seal and on top of each bolt insert in the base plate before i laid the top plate back on top of the base plate for bolt up........good luck!

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    Thanks both! AHA.. I have two new female fittings with the o-rings as I thought those were the ones that would break, so actually being prepared like I am I have 4 of those female fittings!

    REID- thanks! do you use the RIGHT STUFF due to the heat, or just normal silicone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
    Thanks both! AHA.. I have two new female fittings with the o-rings as I thought those were the ones that would break, so actually being prepared like I am I have 4 of those female fittings!

    REID- thanks! do you use the RIGHT STUFF due to the heat, or just normal silicone?

    i just use Ultra Black high temp Permatex silicone on the ones i have done and havent had any leak on me yet!

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    One last question on the ultra black...

    did you guys use that when bolting the ride plat back up?

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