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I'm looking for these little rubber bumpers they kind of look like rolos, each door has four and the hatch has two and they deep the door from rattling or ging in to far. 2005 prius

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The only places you will find these BUMP STOPS is at a breakers yard or at the Toyota agents. Dont bother looking elsewhere. If I were you I'd try the breakers yard first. Ususally much cheaper.

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