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    Removing cloth panel from a rear door card (sjflat)

    I have a coupe interior and I need to put in the alacantara panel into my 3 door rear card as the coupe card aint going to fit as war as im aware. how do i go about this,

    Also give steve an excuse to post piccies up of his

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    Need the same question answered mate, I think you seperate it as it looks like its bonded on.
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    so that means the rear door card has to come off, oh balls, got the bloody seats in yesterday

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    hahahaha sorry brett atleast it gives you the opertunity to retrieve that missing bolt
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    yes mark it does mate, driving 3 hrs back with a old interior next to you and a door card stabbing you inthe neck each time I stop wasnt the best journey home

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    i meant to text ya yesterday actually just to make sure you got back ok, but by the sounds of it you had fun, did you use the m1 in the end? has the old interior gone yet?
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    dropped the old interior off last night to parode16v I went back up the m40 as I had to stop off at the m5 yesterday.

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    Brett you will need to remove the rear seats again to get the door cards out Thats the easiest way, mine is currently sitting with just the front seats in
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    Quote Originally Posted by clokey
    Brett you will need to remove the rear seats again to get the door cards out Thats the easiest way, mine is currently sitting with just the front seats in


    what a arse, I have just finished putting the install back in to, that needs to come out to get to the bolts.
    gutted aint the word lol

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    steve you still with us

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