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    Default Door Pins - Will these fit my car?

    Hello, just wanted to check these would fit my vectra C 2007....






    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-Astra...3286.m14.l1318

    and i just remove the orange part of the original pins and pull them off?

    then these slot on top and tighten with an allen key? that all?

    Thanks,

    Sammy

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    Should fit no problem mate.

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    oh, yes but I'm sure you can get them cheaper on e-bay

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    and im right about the fitting? thats all it is lol

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    yes they should fit although you might need to cut the rear ones a little so they all sit at the same level

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    Quote Originally Posted by sduk View Post
    and im right about the fitting? thats all it is lol

    yep easy as that

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    sounds ok, just confirm you would hacksaw the new door pins to fit? or trim the part that is in the car?

    lol im a noob at this!

    and the originals just remove once you take the orange part out?

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    i had to hacksaw the new ones (not the bit in the car) and yes the originals just pull out

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    The rear "pin" metal thing bends just as it goes out of sight. It you don't cut the pins with a hacksaw they will sit higher than the front one's. They usually made of soft metal so cutting them to sit the same as the front one's is easy.

    Use one of those tiny screwdriver to pull the orange square out and lift off....easy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sduk View Post
    sounds ok, just confirm you would hacksaw the new door pins to fit? or trim the part that is in the car?

    lol im a noob at this!

    and the originals just remove once you take the orange part out?
    yes really easy. I didn't need to cut mine. Or ones I put on my old Corsa C or Astra G

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