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Old June 17th, 2009, 10:50 AM
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D2 tire carrier bolts

Posted it on Dweb, nothing so far.

Anyone know the size of the bolts that
hold the tire carrier on the rear door ?

Any chance they are m8 ?

If i take one out to check, the nut will
fall, then i have to take the panel out .
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Old June 17th, 2009, 10:57 AM
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Julien,

Why put off the inevitable. Here this will help. (By the way Dweb is down in the US)
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Old June 17th, 2009, 11:13 AM
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Thanks Scott.

Lucky 8 carrier is coming this week, i'm changing screws
to ss and different head to be a little more tamper proof.
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they are m8-1.25 not sure on the length but one or two of them is a little longer than the others



by the way you could use 5/16 if you wanted they pass through the door to a nut on the other side the door isnt threaded.
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by the way you could use 5/16
Yep, i think i'll do that. 5/16 bolts, nylock nuts and big washers.
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For John.

D2 front panel trim removal.
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