Dude DONT get those things...they are just cheap knockoffs...the won't last for shlt...If your in PA call Mark at Springmans Paint and Killer Kustoms he does the conversion (he did mine) He uses the decah hinge and modifies it to open wider and raise higher. 570-546-6794 tell him Wil sent you. He should do it for like 2200 installed
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His shop is just south of Williamsport PA...in Muncy. He's a cool guy...you can check out some of his stuff at www.springmanspaint.com Just remember with some of those pix, he does what people want him to do..even if it looks like sh*t!!
My bad, that IS the decah kit in that website!! That is a HELLA Price for it, the best I've seen is 1900. I say order it, and if you want it installed professionally contact Mark...he is a direct dealer
Well, I use my car as a daily driver. The doors hold up just fine so far. The doors close just like stock, the seal is not affected at all. The doors don't raise on their own, you have to manually lift them and close them. But, you could make them automatic if you wanted I'm sure. I just don't know what it would cost to do so.
When you lift them, is it simular to lifting the hatch, not to hard to lift, just needs a little assistance. Or does it require some force to lift it up. They look so money on your car, I just need to get a pair.
No, the doors will open up either way, windows up or down...I just happen to have my windows down all the time when I take pix. And yeah, it's pretty much like the hatch...needs alil assitance, 2 fingers and it'll go up
Originally posted by PhatCellyGt: No, the doors will open up either way, windows up or down...I just happen to have my windows down all the time when I take pix. And yeah, it's pretty much like the hatch...needs alil assitance, 2 fingers and it'll go up
Hey PhatCelly, it says you have to roll your fenders. How much ??? Could you take a pic up close with the door closed ???
With the doors closed you can't see where the fender is rolled...If you open your door up all the way, look in where your stock hinges are. The part of the Inner fender between those hinges is what has to be cut/rolled.
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