- Jun 11, 2013
Yes, it is the detachable panel. The old one, fits just like the new one. There's a gap.
Strange..I have no clue.. damn....Yes, it is the detachable panel. The old one, fits just like the new one. There's a gap.
U could probably put a floor jack or port a power in the trunk with a board across the top and slowly push up on it. Take ur time and do a little at a time, make sure u put something across the trunk floor to protect the floor.
Well, glad it worked out. I was scratching my head on that one. Thumbs up for the engineering feat of excellence.View attachment 80067 View attachment 80068 View attachment 80069
Thanks Bill, Jbloake, and dichard for the suggestions. It worked perfectly. Hopefully, someone out there that runs into this situation will help. It closed the gap and I managed to tweak the upper deck filler to make all of the body components level out.
Sorry, JSIBAYAN, missed your question way back in April. If you look at the LH trunk line, split the gutter drop from the panel and add a coat hanger wire width.. A lot of playing around. Then a lot of mods around the outer taillite area to rear panel. Makes a diff whether you use the short or long spoiler
not a great idea, but you can bore out the spoiler holes to give you more adjustment on the fin.Thanks 70ZED, my buddy and I finally got it hammered or "Jacked out". Then I ran into another issue. I'm using a 3-piece spoiler. I guess when I cut up a perfectly new AMD quarter panel and attached it to the factory original quarter panel something went wrong. The left side spoiler isn't matching up for some reason. "Anyone" of ideas....I'm too pooped out to think at this point!!
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