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Old 05-28-2012, 04:26 PM
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Are the front doors different?

Need to take front panels off to switch mirrors from "trailer towing" to regular (Laramie 2011).
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^huh?

I'm still stuck with these panels...
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^Thank you! Exactly what I needed. I'll give it another shot this weekend and see how it goes. I'm driving from Orlando to TN and then to Arkansas and back in less than a month and would love to have my door lock working by then...
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I had to remove the panels because a good tint shop will tint the glass all the way PAST the point where the glass contacts the door panel. This eliminates peeling from the bottom as the door panel isnt always rubbing the edge of the tint. The only way to do that is to remove the panel, at least partially. I went ahead and removed them all the way.
Sorry to resurrect an older thread but i had to chime in here. - The tint shop that has done all my vehicles folds the rubber strip on the door panel that seals to the inside of the window down into the door panel, tints the windows and then 3 days later when its safe to operate your windows, the first time you roll them back up the rubber strip flips back up into place.
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Yea I was going to say the same thing. They fold the rubber strip down into the door, tint below the seal line, then 3-4 days later pull the rubber back up and over the tint. No need to take the door appart.
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More good info on how to do this. I still haven't done it lol but at least I know how now.....maybe this week or weekend I'll get around to it...
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