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ah crap!

Discussion in 'Interior' started by Buck_77, Feb 22, 2021.

  1. Buck_77

    Buck_77 Junior Member

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    Truck Year:
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    350
    Well i done screwed that up, i needed new doors for the 74 jimmy im rebuilding. so off to the scrapers i go, found both doors and took them home. I got them all fitted up and hardware switched over. Then i realized i got 1 74 door and 1 77-80 door, the outsides are the same jut the door panels are larger on the 77+ with holes to mount. So I need to now get 77+ door panels.
    Not a big deal just wondering if the 74 blue is the same as 77 blue? anyone have advice?
     
  2. Buck_77

    Buck_77 Junior Member

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    does anyone have the actual dimensions of the 77+ door panels. im trying to figure out what year my loaner door is from. and make sure if i order the 77's that they'll cover all the mounting holes in door.
     
  3. Memaloose

    Memaloose Full Access Member

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    Unless it's a show rig, I doubt anyone will even notice.
     

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