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Door parts installation

Concrete

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Nov 12, 2018
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Hello, I’m about to instal all new door guts. handles and rods. The guy who built body and painted it. He installed the glass and regulators. I have to take it from here. Are there any good videos or instructions? Thanks
 

DirtDonk

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I was able to remove the latches on my '68 doors by unbolting the track, but thankfully did not have to remove it entirely. It was tight and it wasn't pleasant, but it came out.
Never had them out on my '71 so I don't know if any minor changes other than the welded frames took place that would make it different.

Sorry I don't have any further insight regarding videos or other resources Concrete. But Steve's diagrams are pretty detailed and should at least get you where you're going.

Paul
 

jmhend

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Hello, I’m about to instal all new door guts. handles and rods. The guy who built body and painted it. He installed the glass and regulators. I have to take it from here. Are there any good videos or instructions? Thanks
A video would be great. You should do one if you can.

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raleigh_bronco

Bronco Guru
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Sep 25, 2002
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I just finished replacing all of my locks, handles and latches. Best advice is to install the plastic clips into all mechanisms before mounting them to the bronco because it is miserable on your back from having to contort your body to get your hands inside those doors. One other thing… you can feed the outside door handle assembly into position without removing the pivot pin. It just takes a bit of patience. Also lube everything with white lithium grease.
 
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