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Old December 12th, 2007, 03:32 PM
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SW internal roll bar

looking for the B pillar roll bar for a D90
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Old December 12th, 2007, 03:38 PM
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Thats how it goes with these "POE conversions" - before long you find yourself wanting all the right parts. I'm still eyeing a SW rear door!

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Oh yeah, and interior rear window trims...
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Old December 12th, 2007, 03:43 PM
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doesn't hurt to ask before I drill holes in the top...I still wouldn't convert to the full rear SW door though. Having owned both styles of truck it strikes me that the POE setup makes hauling lumber or anything that needs to stick out of the truck much easier...
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Old December 12th, 2007, 03:54 PM
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There is a lot of adjustment in the placement of the roll hoop, so as long as your holes are in the rearward flange on the rib that runs across the top from side to side, you should be able to fit it at any time. The cage doesnt bolt directly to the internal hoop, instead there are two intermediate pieces.

I'm still not satisfied with the seal at the lift gate, thats the only reason that I'm whining. No way am I going to spring for a door + paint when I've got a 110 that needs a lot more paint.
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Old December 12th, 2007, 04:00 PM
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Yeah, I'm not happy with that either...wish I could get a shot or two of what the stock POE rear hatch seal set up is like...I did finally mount a strut support for the hatch that works pretty decent though...
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Lift gate - tail gate seal

I went with a very simple solution that I have been very happy with for 4 years now. I bought a simple neopream like garage door seal from Orchard Supply hardware. It is the type that is used for door to floor contact. It's design has a built in shape that provides a constant backpresure to keep out the environment (cold temps, wind, water ,dusts etc) The chemical compound of this door gasket is engineered to be UV resistant. I used a simple anodized aluminum bar to hold it inplace. I have attached some pics for you to see how it works.

Jim I took these pic over at the Alviso marina (before you lived over there)....
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Old December 19th, 2007, 10:55 AM
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that looks very buttoned up...congrats. I put my aluminum strip on the inside which is creating the difficulties...
I'm going to post a request to see if any actual POE guys can post pix of the factory method...
thanks again for your help.
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The original seal is a rivited on piece of aluminium to the steel portion of the liftgate with a normal rubber seal attached. Series style with the galvanized piece is much better.

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Series style is great, but its designed so that you close the lift gate after the tailgate, which doesnt work so much with the NAS tire carrier and brake light bar in the way.
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