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Old 01-14-2009, 07:31 AM   #1
jeromes
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Exclamation OEM Hard Bed Cover Parts Diag

The two links are the OEM Hard Bed Cover Parts breakout diag. Hope this may help other Baja owners if they need replacement parts.

http://i388.photobucket.com/albums/o...iag_Page_1.jpg

http://i388.photobucket.com/albums/o...iag_Page_2.jpg

Part descriptions I have determined:

Page 1

91254 is the locking pin that the front cover latches to when it is closed.

91269A is the Lock Kit. I have this on order and will follow up with info of what this contains.

Page 2
P100047 & 91277 is the washer & pop rivet in the four corners that holds the rubber seal that goes over the top of the hinge.

Item 4 is the bolt that holds the two half's of the bed cover to the hinge.

There are a few items missing from this diagram. They are the rubber gasket that fits between the rear window body panel and the fixed plastic parts to keep water out. Also the pin for the rear gate that the rear cover latches to to lock the cover.
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Old 01-14-2009, 08:25 AM   #2
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^^^this is good info......Should be stickied for all to use!

Couple of questions:

- Do you have pics of your install? I'm going to do mine shortly and would like to see pics of the drill points on the plastic bed cover.

- Do you have the part #for the Foam/Rubber gasket that goes under the front plastic pieces? the one I got was full of silicon that the previous owner used on it.

Thanks Joe
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Old 01-14-2009, 08:33 AM   #3
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Default Drill locations

When you remove the two bed liner sides you will see on the back of the liner marks for the large (1") hole and marks for the small hole for the front bracket (this is shown as a slot). Just remember when drilling the large hole (1" works) you want to drill in parallel with the truck bed. It is thru the bump out of the roll bar, but the mounting flange will be parallel with the bed. I had to enlarge one of my drill holes because I did not drill it parallel with the bed.

For the small hole for the front bracket I did not make a slot. I drilled one hole directly in the middle of the slot. All was fine on the install.

I do not have the p/n of the Foam/Rubber gasket. You should be able to get that from the dealer. If you get a printout of the part diag please post.

The rest of the install is very easy.

For both holes I drilled a small pilot hole first, then used a hole saw for the 1".

I agree that it should be stickied, but who would do that?

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Old 01-26-2009, 02:29 PM   #4
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^^^this is good info......Should be stickied for all to use!

Couple of questions:

- Do you have pics of your install? I'm going to do mine shortly and would like to see pics of the drill points on the plastic bed cover.

- Do you have the part #for the Foam/Rubber gasket that goes under the front plastic pieces? the one I got was full of silicon that the previous owner used on it.

Thanks Joe
Sorry for the delay. Link below is for the correct rubber gasket. It is item number 6 (number 91171H) (subaru p/n 91171AE07B). I ordered one and have confirmed it is the correct part. It is not cheep.

http://s388.photobucket.com/albums/o...20Part%20Diag/

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