|05-01-2011 01:24 PM|
|05-01-2011 06:42 AM|
|brickyardboy||Thank you both for your helpful information. I will hit it again later today.|
|05-01-2011 05:09 AM|
If either of those retainers was used you have to push the door panel back away from the back of the handle to get at it.
If you feel a groove an both sides of the handle, it has a spring clip holding it.
In any case, the handle would be on a splined shaft. If you take out the allen head bolt in the center, the handle should pry off. It may just need more persuasion than what you are using.
|05-01-2011 02:15 AM|
Sorry I forget to mention take the handle off first. That bolt holds it on. Once handle is off then the bezel will come off. There is a cylinder under it. That's were your two red lines point two. The cylinder has the set screws. Mine has two set screws.
I hope that helps.
|04-30-2011 11:07 PM|
|brickyardboy||There's no visable set screws on the billet aluminum bezel. This handle is on a '34 Ford coupe glass rod, but it's a generic billet handle that most street rods would use. I just thought that someone may recognize this particular handle, and can give me a clue as to how it's removed. Thank you guys for your input.|
|04-30-2011 09:23 PM|
|DanTwoLakes||What make, model, and year car is the handle installed on?|
|04-30-2011 04:55 PM|
|cajun1955gmc||There should be set screws on the piece that the handle is screw to. The set screws hold it to the spline shaft.|
|04-30-2011 03:00 PM|
Removing Aftermarket Billet Interior Door Handle
I'm having a problem removing my interior passenger door handle. Because I can't pull out the door panel enough to see how this handle is attached to the inside hardware, I can't determine what's holding it on, and thought someone may be familiar with this particular door handle. After removing the cap, I've removed the allen screw in the center, and even the two roll pins (photo) but it still won't budge. Would appreciate anyone's input. Thanks...