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Old 06-11-2005, 01:09 PM   #1
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So lately i've been noticing that my door panel has broken the mounts and pulls away easily from the door. I want to fix this before all the mounts break, but im not sure on the best way to do it. Anyone else have this problem....how did you fix it? Thanks, Blake
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Well, ordering new clips is always a possibility, or you could use super glue along the sides, it actually holds up
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They should have the proper clips in the 'Help' section at your local auto parts store.
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sometimes the rail in the top part won't stay connected...randman1 knows how to fix that, and his thread'* around here somewhere
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I thought Randman made his own top piece?
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Yeah that'* what i meant.
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