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ay guys how hard is it to change a rear door on a vt/vx? looks easy just to bolts and the clip is that it? also its electric if that makes a difference? thanxs scott
 

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ay guys how hard is it to change a rear door on a vt/vx? looks easy just to bolts and the clip is that it? also its electric if that makes a difference? thanxs scott
I think it only a matter of disconnecting the door loom. undoing the check strap and knocking out the pins in the hinges.
 

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I think it only a matter of disconnecting the door loom. undoing the check strap and knocking out the pins in the hinges.
Preety much, although a 2 person job if you cant get something for the door to stand on properly, there alot heavier than you think.

Also it will matter what type of door you put on, VT-VZ door molexs change throughout the series, so just make sure that the door you are putting on is VZ with the same series so they arnt any problems. Although i imagine VT S1 will be the only one different though.
 

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ok thanxs guys will give it a go
 
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