[DML] Re: door removal
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[DML] Re: door removal

Here are some PDF instructions...

Pitfalls to avoid....
- cover the T-pannel edges with duct tape because you won't know your bleeding
until you see blood.
- I know of 3 guys who can do this all by them selves without a jig... For me, I
would say have someone to help you and that person should have some past
- If you don't have a 3rd person holding the door, prop it up with a tall piece
of lumber
- the obligatory warning.... don't do this you can get hurt & die... if you know
what you are doing and have done it before it is quite easy.

Shannon Y


7a. door removal
    Posted by: "dmc82@xxxxxxxxxxx" dmc82@xxxxxxxxxxx cooperbrowdy
    Date: Fri Feb 8, 2008 9:54 am ((PST))

I am going to be replacing my passenger's side door and in searching the archives
 could not locate a definative procedure for the torsion bar or the door removal.
I was looking for the plans to build the jig for the torsion bar removal but did
 not find them either. There was a reference to a DOA article but not which one.
Any good websites have this or a good place to look?
Also are there any pitfalls to avoid???
Cecil Longwisch

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