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Multispace xtr rear door moulding trim need
#1
I have lost the left rear door trim where can I get one at reasonable price, not sure if how many clips went with it.
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#2
ebay......£8.99...rear left....new.........if this is ur for car
 
   
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Citroen-Berli...Sw3qZa6KuV
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#3
This happened near my friends house a distance away but the strip has been recovered also recovered a couple of clips but we think I will need some more trim clips and there seems to be two sizes needed;could anyone advise on that subject. the car is a 13 Reg Berlingo Multispace.
Might be sensible to go my dealer rather than get them on the internet but don't want to be charged silly money for a simple job.
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#4
Stick them on with the old clips and Sikaflex they will never fall off again. We stuck the door trims back on my friends Transit and held them on with masking tape till the Sikaflex set, just make sure they are clean and the area they are sticking to is sound and clean as well.
So where does this bit go then ?
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(19-06-2018, 07:32 AM)ffrenchie Wrote:  Stick them on with the old clips and Sikaflex they will never fall off again. We stuck the door trims back on my friends Transit and held them on with masking tape till the Sikaflex set, just make sure they are clean and the area they are sticking to is sound and clean as well.

what Sikaflex did you use mate?
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(19-06-2018, 11:36 AM)photosavage Wrote:  
(19-06-2018, 07:32 AM)ffrenchie Wrote:  Stick them on with the old clips and Sikaflex they will never fall off again. We stuck the door trims back on my friends Transit and held them on with masking tape till the Sikaflex set, just make sure they are clean and the area they are sticking to is sound and clean as well.

what Sikaflex did you use mate?

Just standard stuff from the local spares shop 252 or something like that, if you want cheaper try Tiger Seal or look for any PU adhesive online they are all pretty similar.
So where does this bit go then ?
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#7
thanks of the info.I hadn't heard of Sikaflex, looks good stuff. I had thought of a bit of glue assistance-as once it has been off- it might come off again.
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