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Old 02-07-2013, 08:38 PM   #1
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Another project complete, replaced cargo hatches and handles

About a 1/3rd of my hatches on the cargo doors were broke and instead of replacing them with more plastic one I replaced all of them with complete metal ones. Even the ones that weren't broke.



I then replaced all handles since some were looking worn.



Took me about 2 hours. Next step is to fill holes I cut with foam then make covers.
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Great job. Seems like cutting into the inside door is the best way to go.
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Great job. Seems like cutting into the inside door is the best way to go.
No other way to do it. On the screws holding them in the door were nuts. There was no way you could get to them without cutting a hole besides disassembling the door panels.
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