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Old 04-21-2014, 12:25 AM   #11
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You guys are funny!!
I made it so by engaging the drill today.
I drilled it from back of panel forwards to ensure I did not hit electrical connectors.

Now seat panel secure but not pretty...yet..LOL..
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At least it looks like it is holding it.
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welcome to the club, art!, of both my park avenues and my dads, not one has an in tact side plastic. all 6 of them busted off! im no tank at 180 lbs either...... damn engineers!

in the old car, i used grey zip ties, but that didnt look very nice. in the new car i plan on buying some sheet metal screws with allen heads if i can find some.ill probably do a little border of 3 on top 3 on bottom and 2 at the front and back so it looks (almost) factory.


also- look out removing the b pillar covers. they use flimsy 1/8" thick tabs about 2 inches long. and only 3 of them. seems like i break the tabs every time i take one off. ive had to replace them about 50% of the times ive had them off.
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Doesn't look as "stylish" as mine!
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