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I am in desperate need of a topcase for y mackbook pro. Its the 15" from 2006 i believe. A1211 is the model number. I need the part number of the topcase bacuse in google it gives me 3 different options from vendors. I cannot find the part # anywhere.

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I don't have the part number but give these two web sites a try. Both stock parts and if you provide them with the SN of your MBP, they should be able to get you the proper top case.

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