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Rubber hinge for Eagle baggage door.

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Rubber hinge for Eagle baggage door.

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Hi,  Can some one tell me where I can get the best rubber hinge material for 78, 05 baggage doors? 
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Re: Rubber hinge for Eagle baggage door.

Post by beltguy »

IBP (link) used to carry the hinge rubber.  I did a quick search on their site and did not see the product.

Another possible source is:  Luke at US Coach in NJ: 1-888-262-2434.  He is a well know quality vendor.

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