For the nUbs:tdavis said:
I replaced them socket head screws - ie, they take an allen wrench in the head. Black. Looks great, and I can get them tight!
Bwahahahahaha...you have to much time on your hands or too much patience!!!!!!UZI 9mm said:
I broke a few hacksaw blades in 1/3's. clamped the centre part of each piece at an angle with mini vise grips, and patiently sawed away at the tops and bottoms of all the screws until there were distinct flat sections on each one.
Bwahahahahaha...you have to much time on your hands or too much patience!!!!!!
Try a BFH and a chissel. Just make sure your chisseling in the right direction. A good wack with the hammer to start then angle the chissel to loosen the bolt.
Your're on to something here...Lziffle73 said:Ya'll are newbies
Heat the screws with a propane torch and then you can take them out with a regular old screw driver, an impact driver works best but either way if you get them thar screws warm enough they'll come right out. You don't need to put the flame right on there and burn the paint, just close enough that you don't damage it but can still get them warm.
how are they going to fall off?Berne said:so,
has anyone tried removing the whole hinge assembly, NOT cutting it up, and drilling/driving out the pivot pin in there, and replacing it w/ a removable pin or bolt?? that way the doors wouldn't fall off.....and it'd just be a quick pull the pin or bolt and the doors are off...
well i rolled over last weekend at the wheelin ranch and i wish my doors would have fell off cause the passenger door found a big rock:flipoff2: and no more glass.lolTusker said:They will fall off every single time you roll your rig onto its top and then open the doors lol