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So, I have a wife that drives the R, and hence I have wheel liners that are rubbed. What is the right part number to replace worn steering stop (bump, roller)?
I think it may be 31212191. Does anyone know if that's the right number?

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In addition to getting a non-warn one, you can also use a longer bolt and washers to space it out a bit to customize your turn stop limit if plain old new ones wont keep it from rubbing.
 

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If you haven't done it already, you can swap the driver and passenger stops so each side is essentially like new again.
 

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That's how I did it, but this man may want to go all the way for the wifey, lol
That's how I ride, in style....
Advice for you: "Happy wife - Happy life!"
Part two: "If you can keep wife happy for $40 (cost of two rollers) - better life!"
Part three: "If you can save $40 and buy beer while having happy wife - HOME RUN!"
 
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