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saspence22
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saspence22 Dec 29, 4:54am - #74337 

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Lambo doors...?

Someone told me there is a way to modify or "Make" your own hinges...has anyone done or heard of this??

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xXMaGNuSXx Dec 29, 5:51am - #74338 
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Do some research...
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saspence22 Dec 29, 6:41am - #74339 

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Working on it...I want the lambo doors but shit man, they are just too expensive. Id be willing to try it myself though if I could find a way.

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LinkTallica Dec 29, 7:43am - #74340 

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Originally Posted by saspence22
Working on it...I want the lambo doors but shit man, they are just too expensive. Id be willing to try it myself though if I could find a way.

yea it does coast a lot
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blackcel Dec 29, 8:26am - #74341 

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Very expensive mod

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Jamey Dec 29, 5:36pm - #74342 

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They are expensive but if you want looks from people they are a great MOD. I have a love/hate relationship with mine. I am thinking about taking them off and going back to stock.
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VSGTS14 Dec 29, 5:37pm - #74343 

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too expensive

Satoshi made his own if you want to follow his guide

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Jamey Dec 29, 5:59pm - #74344 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
too expensive

Satoshi made his own if you want to follow his guide


I though he got them from Carexcess/ the decah modified kit??? confused
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saspence22
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saspence22 Dec 29, 7:13pm - #74345 

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He has a guide, but its the DECAH kit..thanks though. Hey, if you take yours off and wanna sell them; HIT ME UP. Ill buy if hte price is right.

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Drummer2k Dec 29, 7:25pm - #74346 

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 29, 8:53pm - #74347 

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Originally Posted by Jamey
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
too expensive

Satoshi made his own if you want to follow his guide


I though he got them from Carexcess/ the decah modified kit??? confused


yeah, it is the decah kit.
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Speed4TheNeed Dec 29, 8:54pm - #74348 

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i wouldnt modify my own hinge...unless you are very mechanically inclined i wouldnt do it if i were you. the possiblity of your hinge dracking and your door falling off isnt very pleasing.

although it is expensive (1400 for decah) its well worth it because the quality is assured. if that price is not for you, then i don't recommend lambo doors.
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Celicaracer18 Dec 30, 3:26am - #74349 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
i wouldnt modify my own hinge...unless you are very mechanically inclined i wouldnt do it if i were you. the possiblity of your hinge dracking and your door falling off isnt very pleasing.

although it is expensive (1400 for decah) its well worth it because the quality is assured. if that price is not for you, then i don't recommend lambo doors.


but thats not for the celica

i wouldn't try making it your self, do have any idea how much a new factory door would cost, not to metion injuries you could have from a door falling on you
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xXMaGNuSXx Dec 30, 5:44pm - #74350 
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Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
i wouldnt modify my own hinge...unless you are very mechanically inclined i wouldnt do it if i were you. the possiblity of your hinge dracking and your door falling off isnt very pleasing.

although it is expensive (1400 for decah) its well worth it because the quality is assured. if that price is not for you, then i don't recommend lambo doors.


but thats not for the celica

i wouldn't try making it your self, do have any idea how much a new factory door would cost, not to metion injuries you could have from a door falling on you


What's not for the Celica? Each DECAH kit is custom made for certain applications and one of them being the Celica. Decah Celica Gallery
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Caleb
Speed4TheNeed Dec 30, 6:18pm - #74351 

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either through carexcess or decah..they definately make a custom celica hinge for it thumbsup
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