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colorobo2002

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  1. I saw someone who did the reverse of a chrome grill on their black plastic grill. They had two slats that were black, the remainder were chrome. I liked it.
  2. If you put a flame to it and it burns, it is NOT asbestos.
  3. Front Ac console bracket, like on my behr system. Mounts next to shifter.
  4. Good on you! Save the Colorados! Did you find out what the "X"s meant on the windshields. Keep the pics/progress coming.
  5. My company has a few cnc routers (not laser) for this, what do you have in mind? Feel free to contact me offline if you like.
  6. Perhaps some careful bending of the canceling tab on the switch will get it to meet the tab on the column. Remove the switch and see what is causing the misalignment or play in it.
  7. I think they are all the same size. That being said, I can't tell from photo if the steering wheel tab is too short, or if it's overall width doesn't come out far enough. if you have already loosened the screws on the switch and pushed the switch and arm in closer to the tab, maybe some careful bending of the canceling tab on the switch will get it to meet the tab on the column.
  8. I'm sure there is '02 content and pictures. Come get em. I'd like to get these gone soon. I live 2 miles from the capitol, by Gunther's ice cream.
  9. There is a piece of metal on the panel that protrudes right in that area of the picture. The plastic allows the panel to slide up on the body colored nub in the channel of the sunroof rail.
  10. if you are looking to remove the studs, double nut them, and they will come out. Loctite on removal.
  11. Same as above for me. But I'm using my computer less and less for my personal stuff. Sent from my SM-G970U using Tapatalk
  12. I would bet they are not BMW. I pulled a set of those from some 70s 2-seater convertable years ago, cuz I thought it looked like the factory upgrade for the early cars that had no covering on the threshold. The car I pulled them from was designed for the threshold, so it had a recessed space where the screw went through. They mounted directly onto the painted surface. And they were stainless steel. If these are to be mounted on a different car, either the new screwhole would have to be recessed, or a gasket should me made to raise piece away from the paint. I Left em with my parts stash when I moved, as I decided not to use them on my car. Sent from my SM-G970U using Tapatalk
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