Rear Seat base trim

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Rear Seat base trim

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Moved from another thread.

A membe is looking for the trim that goes at the base of the rear seat.

Not to derail/pollute Doc's excellent thread. I could do that, but the profile isn't quite the same. The front lip is longer than the rear, and curves forward slightly at the bottom. So says the Inno parts book.
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There is no decent pic in the UK parts list, but the trim used is just plain grey plastic in a "U" shape. Same as is fitted to the sharp edges on the inside top of the doors.
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Thanks for moving it Mark. Hopefully someone has an idea. I have some simple non fluted arch trim that will do the job until I get my hands on the proper item.

FYI the Inno Manual lists it as AXE 383 - Finisher. Not a great help maybe.
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mk1 wrote: Tue Nov 23, 2021 10:48 am A membe is looking for the trim that goes at the base of the rear seat.

Not to derail/pollute Doc's excellent thread.
Thanks Mark, thats a good idea.
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I may be able to help here, the guy who restored my Mrs mini used a grey trim piece in that area, I'm seeing him next Saturday, I'll ask where he got it from

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If it's the grey trim that fits along the front edge of the rear seat pan, the part number is 24A1276, google the part number and there are a few suppliers that stock the item.
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Or you can buy it by the meter from Car Builder Solutions.
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