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Old 01-02-2009, 12:16 AM
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i have tried to make this door pannel and i think ive succeeded. how do i mount it to the door. i traced the existing door pannel on a piece of wood and cut it out and now i need to mount it. please help me.
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some pics of the door would help. without seeing it i'll refer to my door. Around the edges there are screw holes. I would transfer the placement from the original panel and then attach it that way. Any help?
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Screws, or bolts should do the job but its hard to see what your talking about with out pics
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should have just worked on your old door.
wont be a pain in the ass to find all the clips and screws and such.
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your limited if you do it that way. my plan is to cut a hole for the door latch and reuse that piece and relocate the rest
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post up some pics.

If the new piece is big enough or has the right spots...you could just screw it from the backside of the door
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Epoxy.............. sike.


Could just pre-drill and use some taps in the door then use those to bolt up the panel.
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your limited if you do it that way. my plan is to cut a hole for the door latch and reuse that piece and relocate the rest
thats my idea too
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tell me how it works out, post pics!!!

make it easy 4 me when i do it
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make plastic clips/fasners with hot glue then lay some epoxy to them and make a drill hole to existing panel. works like a charm and cant see no bolt/screws.


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