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04-29-2013 12:12 AM
DanTwoLakes I used to like to use Au-Ve-Co offset clips # 10780, but I now use Au-Ve-Co clips # 12134. Both of these clips require a 7/16" or 1/2" hole in the panel 5/8" in towards the center of the car door from where the holes in the car door are. I like this style of clip because the clips are attached to the panel after it has been upholstered so they're not in the way when I'm working on the front of the panel. Remember, if you have to drill new holes in the door, to avoid places that do not let the clip fully seat itself. Also, remember that the door has glass in it so don't impede the window glass with a clip in the wrong place.
04-28-2013 03:25 PM
tudlums
Door clips

what door clips should i use to install door panel on fiberglass doors, I would like to use some that don't require them to be installed before you cover the panels. Thanks

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