a-c pillars?

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  1. ttocs

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    Are there bolts on the underside of these or are they just clipped in? I have never removed them and need to now for my next part of the project. Thanks in advance.
     
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    They are bolted in. The sail panel has like 8 studs on it I believe, you access them from the rear. If I remember correctly the front panel has to have the weather stripping and the rail removed and there's 3 or 4 Phillips head screws under it.
     
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    excellent thanks. Way too cold to consider taking them off now and there are supplies still being shipped for this project anyway.
     
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    sure thing buddy :)
     
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    Apillar has to be removed to remove the rear.

    Along with the weatherstripping and the rail piece like jeremy said.

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    Finally got around to this tonight. Is that weather stripping rail glued in or something? I have all the screws out and tried pulling on it and it was not budging at all...
     
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    Yes, just be careful. Pry a little at a time.

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    its a pain in the behookus
     
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    I pried and pulled on them as hard as I was comfortable doing with out knowing for sure that was the correct part.
     
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    Still nothing?
     
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    He broke 'em.


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    I have not taken a look at it since late last night. 3-4 days ago I didn't sleep at all one night and since then I have basically been nocturnal. Going to go out in a few to look at it again.