[ROVERNET - UK] P6 - sill fasteners

Eric Russell p6rovers at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 31 16:34:16 BST 2007

Under the floor to fasten the sills:
Nylon clinch nut, round head, square shank
Part number, 367838

I can look at the local parts store and see if they
have them.  I noticed a rotating rack with such things
and bought there square head items at one point.

I can check them out, and send them over - unless you
can wait until October 3 when I can BRING them over

Personally, I didn't recut those square holes in the
metal when I restored my cars.  I used a stainless
steel self-taping screw with SS washer and screwed the
sill onto the florr directly.


--- Peter Mitchell <peter_m at amnet.net.au> wrote:

> Hi fellow Rovernetters,
> My P6B has at long last had its engine rebuild
> completed (re-linered to 3.9
> litre) and the car is now back on the road as my
> daily driver.  The engine
> is still running in but already I am aware of the
> considerable boost in
> power that I have gained over my exhausted old 3.5.
> I need to smarten up the fixing of the sill covers
> where they attach under
> the vehicle.  The stout screws that run down along
> the body below the doors,
> hold the sill covers on soundly, but underneath the
> car there appear to be a
> series of plastic plugs that each receive a screw,
> and some are missing.
> Right close to where I work there is a Coventrys
> Fasteners store, but I'd be
> most grateful for a description of the item so that
> I can purchase a set. 
> Thanks in anticipation,
> Peter Mitchell
> P6B
> Perth Australia
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