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Old 31-Jul-2003, 03:01 AM
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Flip Flop Trunk

Can someone show me the how to on this???
i searched tcc but couldnt find nothing.
umm if u can provide pics that would be great if not then just a detailed instruction would be nice.
or any link at all would do the trick too.
plz........
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 07:46 AM
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do you have pics of what your trying to do? (as it's too early in the moprning for me to get it)
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 09:26 AM
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Remove trunk from hinges, buy Home Depot hinges.... bend the purchased hinges to mount on the factory hinge, and mount the trunk lid back on, so now it's on two hinges, one up and down, and the other flip and flop
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 12:12 PM
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do you have some sort of file shareing application like an ftp program? I have a compleate detailed step by step instruction program with pictures... I can put it on my ftp site and give you acces to download it if you want it... its to big of a file to email 1.6mb or something
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 05:10 PM
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hey boostzex ur too kind.
do u have msn or sumthin???
cuz then u can send it to me thru that.
cuz i dont got an ftp probgram but i can get it u dont got.
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 05:14 PM
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You can FTP through IE5, IE5.5, IE6..
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 05:31 PM
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I dont think its very hard to do man. Probably would cost around $10 if you went to home depot and bought the hinges and screws.
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 05:32 PM
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yah man i got msn, Ill pm u info...anyone else want this **** ill pass it on...I paid money for it, but I got way more than its worth out of it, so I dont mind shareing its wealth If done properly your trunk will not leak water...mines been done for 2 winters now, and its bone dry...the Trunk will also sit crooked if you dont take your time bending the hinges, Ive seen some slopy installs of it...
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 05:35 PM
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ait bro i am awaiting ur pm wit ur email so i can add ya.
thanks alot.
ya i kno its an easy install and all but its jus that i am very picky when it comes to being perfect so i rather not experiment wit a car that i just nearly finished after 2 months and read the instruction on the EXACT how to.
thanks alot BoostZex ur too kind
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Old 31-Jul-2003, 05:41 PM
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no problamo...they are very detailed instructions...about 8 bucks in parts needed, results were very impressive, you could probably charge 100$ to do it if you work in a body shop... just make sure to have a nice sharp drill bit, cuz a few holes for the locks are tough drilling Anyone else want these instructions just PM me...
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add me to msn [email protected] wanna know too.
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Old 30-Mar-2013, 09:33 PM
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Canada Re: Flip flop trunk install

Originally Posted by imported_BoOsTd View Post
yah man i got msn, Ill pm u info...anyone else want this ---- ill pass it on...I paid money for it, but I got way more than its worth out of it, so I dont mind shareing its wealth If done properly your trunk will not leak water...mines been done for 2 winters now, and its bone dry...the Trunk will also sit crooked if you dont take your time bending the hinges, Ive seen some slopy installs of it...

Can you send me a copy of this please. [email protected]

Thanks WB

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