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Old August 22nd, 2016, 03:34 PM
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Definitely. The original panel is thin fiberboard, secured with plastic fasteners, and the grab handles are screwed to it. This panel is 3/4" birch ply, fastened with stainless hardware to the the factory mounts. Grab handles can be scewed to it.

Stronger panel, stronger fasteners, no problem.
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I have a 1984 hard top Ninety right hand drive. Can you confirm this will work for my truck? If so, I'm very interested. Shipping included in US?
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I have a 1984 hard top Ninety right hand drive. Can you confirm this will work for my truck? If so, I'm very interested. Shipping included in US?
If you have a station wagon that already has the trim above the rear door than there are the four brackets needed to fit this, if you have a hardtop than you will not have them. You need to look for your self if indeed you have the brackets.
You can always make something up bracket wise an pop rivet them in place.
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Old September 17th, 2016, 12:32 PM
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Are these secure enough to mount grab handles on them?
Further to that question, here's how the handles mount through the original panel. They are screwed through the panel and anchored in the lip of the roof. Same for the panel I fabricate.
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