Project T Rex

#22
I don't now how but I have lost the pictures for the repairs of the rear inner sill computers not my thing.
So as you can see I have cut off the D post and inner part of the D post and also repaired part of the wheel arch.
Hope I have got the new D post in the right place bit late now. I did take several measurements first.
Paul
 

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stue1972

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#23
I don't now how but I have lost the pictures for the repairs of the rear inner sill computers not my thing.
So as you can see I have cut off the D post and inner part of the D post and also repaired part of the wheel arch.
Hope I have got the new D post in the right place bit late now. I did take several measurements first.
Paul
How did you find lining up the door as I'm going to be doing the same on mine too.
 
#24
Hi stue though you had gone missing in action as not seen you on YouTube glad you are well.
When I fitted my D post I took measurements from the C post to the D post and took measurements from the inner wheel arch to the D post.
I used self tapping screws to hold it in place then refitted the door and striker and when I was happy wield it in place.
Also don't forget to remove the striker plate captive plate retainer and fit to the new D post good luck.
Paul
 

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stue1972

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#25
Hi stue though you had gone missing in action as not seen you on YouTube glad you are well.
When I fitted my D post I took measurements from the C post to the D post and took measurements from the inner wheel arch to the D post.
I used self tapping screws to hold it in place then refitted the door and striker and when I was happy wield it in place.
Also don't forget to remove the striker plate captive plate retainer and fit to the new D post good luck.
Paul
Thanks for the info.
Glad I havent cut it out yet then .lol.
Have been on holiday so haven't been over there much and havent filmed anything the last couple of times I have been over.
Will do an update soon.
 
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