Re: [DML] Safely Removing Upper Door Panel
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Re: [DML] Safely Removing Upper Door Panel

The 'free' type metal paint can openers you get at Lowes at the paint counter are good for the prying.  Long enough.  Blunt and can open a beer in a pinch.

deloreanernst@xxxxxxx wrote:
          In a message dated 3/9/2007 6:40:21 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, 
wylldshark@xxxxxxxxx writes:

I don't want to hurt the firtrees or bend the panel's bottom tabs so what is 
a safe alternative to the usual way?>

You'll be pulling up parallel to the window, so it won't hurt the bottom 
edge tabs. Fir tree connectors are cheap, will probably be stripped and in need 
of replacement anyway no matter how carefully you pry off the top panel. I've 
done it with the window closed, but began anyway by cramming my beefy fingers 
in at the center and working carefully outward.

Wayne A. Ernst
vin 11174
Bridgeton, NJ
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