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Old 01-31-2020, 02:10 AM #91
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I have this panel off now to do some wiring for a rear lighting project and a ham radio install. The openning itself is approx 7" wide, about 15" tall (more space within). A couple quarts of oil fits with ease.



Contemplating what can be done to create access to this area...
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anyone figure out a door yet for the driver side ? I still have not tried to use the space.
But pass side....yep sure use that space
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anyone figure out a door yet for the driver side ? I still have not tried to use the space.
But pass side....yep sure use that space
I got as far as this...



gathering an assortment of tools, and looked into lightweight hinges at THD... I'm thinking to hinge the top and some type of catch at the bottom.

Busy on house projects, but might have time on Sunday.
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not to oversimplify but you could probably use the same concept as the other side, well, i have the smaller one on my 96 but im guessing its the same.
not using another of these doors but the idea of catches on the bottom and a rotating latch up top.
like so?

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or actually obtaining one of these doors might be the ticket
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not to oversimplify but you could probably use the same concept as the other side, well, i have the smaller one on my 96 but im guessing its the same.
not using another of these doors but the idea of catches on the bottom and a rotating latch up top.
like so?

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or actually obtaining one of these doors might be the ticket
Not quite as tall as I'd prefer. Might you or someone here have the dimensions?
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Not quite as tall as I'd prefer. Might you or someone here have the dimensions?
8.5W x 9.25L

I just meant to use that method to hold the door on, i thought about making some lower catches and a rotating latch elsewhere but it could work here maybe.
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Wow! Great idea to put together an efficient system to maximize space In my 4r. Great to carry all my construction tools or camping items.
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