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Sep 23, 4:52pm - #47516 
Gas Door?

Need some help. For all you guyz that have replaced there gas door, how did you remove the stock one. Pictures would help and any other information. THANKS! rice

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Sep 23, 10:46pm - #47517 
Does anybody know how to take the door off? rice

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Sep 23, 11:41pm - #47518 
i think you need to drill out the stock pop rivets on the hinges with a drill bit iam not sure though idunnomaybe someone can confirm

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Sep 24, 12:22am - #47519 
yeah thats right all you have to do is drill out the stock rivets and it should come out

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Sep 24, 3:30am - #47520 
take it to a shop. it only took them about 5-10 mins to put mine on thumbsup drilling is invovled so i thought i would let the pros do it

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Sep 24, 6:24am - #47521 
Originally Posted by generic
take it to a shop. it only took them about 5-10 mins to put mine on thumbsup drilling is invovled so i thought i would let the pros do it


How much did they charge you?


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Sep 24, 7:09am - #47522 
guy did mine for free. its fairly simple, so if i were to pay no more then $10-20 probably. thumbsup

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Sep 24, 9:34am - #47523 
Thanks guys but I need to put it back on the car. So how would this work now? rice

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Sep 24, 2:57pm - #47524 
Originally Posted by generic
guy did mine for free. its fairly simple, so if i were to pay no more then $10-20 probably. thumbsup



Same here. They did it for free, took 5 mins.

It's really simple if you have the right tools (which a bodyshop will).

If you're really hell bent on doing it yourself, you will need to drill out the old rivets and you will need to use a riveter (you can get one at home depot or lowes) to put in the new door.


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