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Old November 16th, 2011, 12:43 PM
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She sure is, and unless it was an offer extended just to me, at a very reasonable price too!

Although I recommend buying her in general, I'm not sure how this would help Philip. Here middle doors are in rough shape and the second pair she now has are so-so afaik.

Contact James if interested or email me and I can dig up his info. He should be coming back from overseas deployment soon, if he hasn't already.
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Old November 18th, 2011, 11:13 AM
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NTO doors

pic with the new FRONT doors...
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Old December 29th, 2011, 12:01 AM
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on your 300tdi what does the fuel pump connection look like?
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Old January 5th, 2012, 04:06 PM
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UPDATE - Holy Shit...

I just got an email that the doors that I shipped almost a YEAR ago... were just now delivered!? Although Andy said he doesn't have them... maybe they have been sent to the wrong address?!?!? oh man... this would be the best christmas present ever

Better late then never I suppose

More to come ... calling Saia now... stay tuned
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:41 AM
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Middle doors! Yay!

So... 2 years ago SAIA lost my doors... I just NOW found replacements and got them installed.

Just a very small bit of fab work here... some capture nut plates... (Thanks to John Putnins for facilitating the welder... :O))

Next ... we are on to the FRAME... fun fun
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:44 AM
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oh... and thanks to Sam Jarjour as well... for selling me the doors !
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:54 AM
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Did you ever get any money from SAIA?
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Did you ever get any money from SAIA?
Negative... they told me that because they were labeled as "salvaged doors" , that they were liable only for 10 cents per lb... which equated to about $30...

Tried to get MY insurance to cover... they said because they were not attached to the car, no go...

tried to get MY homeowners to cover... no go...

basically I was just screwed.
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I used to work in shipping/receiving. Sounds to me that someone at SAIA found out exactly what was inside the package and "lost" it. Someone is rolling around with your doors....

Sorry for that little episode. A good set of doors can get pricey, and sadly Ill need to replace mine soon too.

Are your new doors aluminum skinned? what about the frames? happy with them?

Love your truck, its looking great! Im thinking about 35's too....
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Old May 4th, 2012, 05:53 PM
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I don't know. These doors were pretty rusty. I don't think they were worth fixing or stealing. Who know
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Here is what I want to do for my "paint" job... I was going to just do a bed liner with color... but I think I like this coating better...

It was on Extreme 4x4 this past weekend...

http://www.powerblocktv.com/player/s...-13&ep_show=XT
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Old September 13th, 2012, 12:43 PM
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Here is what I want to do for my "paint" job... I was going to just do a bed liner with color... but I think I like this coating better...

It was on Extreme 4x4 this past weekend...

http://www.powerblocktv.com/player/s...-13&ep_show=XT
Im entertaining the exact same idea. Trying to get as close to Coniston Green as possible. Was looking at the DIY liner from Durabak Company. Available in a bunch of colors, UV resistant, and smooth texture as well as rough. U-Pol Raptor is an excellent product though.
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Old September 13th, 2012, 12:49 PM
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ya... I think it would be durable yet look decent... I would hate to pay all kinds of money for a nice paint job and then rub it on a tree branch and ruin it...

Anyone know how much I would need to do a 110 double cab?

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Old September 13th, 2012, 01:06 PM
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My thoughts exactly. I was going to get two gallons of rough texture gray for the interior and bed, then probably 3 gallons of the smooth texture green for the exterior. My 3-door will soon have the hard top replaced with a soft top, so I would imagine your double cab will take a bit more than mine. Cant wait to see how it turns out.
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well... gotta do a few other things first... frame swap, sideframes, blasting and body work... probably the cappings on the tub...

THEN

I can make it pretty
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I used Durabak on the decks of the boat. Durabak you can't spray. It has to be rolled on with special rollers that come with. Takes minimum two coats. Insanely tough stuff, but isn't immune to looking dingy and shabby after a few weeks. All those gazillions of little nubs hold dirt like you wouldn't believe, and it seems that no amount of scrubbing gets it clean. I would opt for the spray on product.
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So that link goes to a vid on a samurai; what's the paint/liner product you're referring to?

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Here is what I want to do for my "paint" job... I was going to just do a bed liner with color... but I think I like this coating better...

It was on Extreme 4x4 this past weekend...

http://www.powerblocktv.com/player/s...-13&ep_show=XT
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Bill - You referring to the rough texture Durabak? I want to use the smooth stuff on the exterior. Even when applied with a low-pile roller I would think the smooth texture coating would be a nicer surface than the rough coating sprayed on.

Jason - About halfway through the video they apply the U-Pol Raptor bedliner to the Samurai. Cool stuff.
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Bill - You referring to the rough texture Durabak? I want to use the smooth stuff on the exterior. Even when applied with a low-pile roller I would think the smooth texture coating would be a nicer surface than the rough coating sprayed on.

Jason - About halfway through the video they apply the U-Pol Raptor bedliner to the Samurai. Cool stuff.



Thanks!

No patience today I guess!
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Old October 18th, 2012, 09:06 AM
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have to sell... don't want to talk about it...

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