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Thread: WTB: Driver side A-Pillar trim and handle

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    i am looking for one. i am just gonna install my piller pod and want to have a spare if i ever decide to bring it back to stock

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    blair you must have gotten an Autometer pod that requires you to drill holes and use the push pin holders to hold the pod to the original pillar?

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    yes

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    you can drill two holes in it and mount it like the lotek pillar pods and then use some long sheet metal screws....find some screw caps and be good to go...

    Just FYI

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgstew6
    you can drill two holes in it and mount it like the lotek pillar pods and then use some long sheet metal screws....find some screw caps and be good to go...

    Just FYI
    im not worried about the install. I want a spare so if i decide to go back to stock i can put a non drilled one back on.
    also dont i have to drill a hole to run wires thru the pillar also?

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    You can take the autometer gauge and drill two holes in it and mount it like a lotek pod...dont have to attach it to the stocker is what I am saying....

    If you want to attach the autometer to the stocker you can wire the gauges up and then run them through on of the stocker handle holes and then wont need to drill a hole through it.....to route the wires/....but you will still have holes in the stocker where you attached the autometer to it via the push pins...
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    You could always head to a Junk Yard and pick up a pillar from a wrecked screw...and use that to attach the autometer to..would not matter what color it was...as it would be covered up by the autometer, keeping your stock intact and around for later use in case you went back to stock/
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    single pod
    thats my colum boost guage. in place to check fitment.
    Wideband should be here tuesday according to tracking number
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    ahhh single....nm LOL

    yeah your screwed......bump for blair!!

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    Blair, are you close enough to the border to have it shipped within the US and then you come across to get it? Or would it need to be shipped to Canada?

    I've got the A-pillar that Stew just sent me along with the handle I was needing. I'll give you the same deal he gave me as I don't need the pillar, just needed the handle. You cover all shipping and paypal fees, beyond that it is free. I just know customs is a pain to deal with when shipping across the border, they will add enough fees that it may not be worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1FastSCrew
    Blair, are you close enough to the border to have it shipped within the US and then you come across to get it? Or would it need to be shipped to Canada?

    I've got the A-pillar that Stew just sent me along with the handle I was needing. I'll give you the same deal he gave me as I don't need the pillar, just needed the handle. You cover all shipping and paypal fees, beyond that it is free. I just know customs is a pain to deal with when shipping across the border, they will add enough fees that it may not be worth it.
    it will probably cost about 20$ to ship to me i would think.
    and there would only be a 5$ fee for duty probably.
    Could you fnd out how much to ship to Edmonton T5W4L7

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    well there ya go...NHTOC working like it always does....LOL just shipped that thing to J this past week and already forgot about it...LOL


    Way to look out Justin!!

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    Since I don't have the dimensions or weight with me right now, this is just an estimate. Figure between $14.00 - $20.00 US dollars on the shipping and roughly 5-7 business days via UPS. I'm heading out of town for a long weekend tomorrow, so I will not be able to ship until Wednesday of next week. This is the last post I will probably have on this until at least Monday (next chance I may be at a computer), so have patience if you want it.

    Stew, I'm just passing on the torch ya know!

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    The NHTOC Spirit my friend...

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    ok im in no hurry as i dont plan on demodding the truck anytime soon.
    The wideband wont be installed till at least of of next week.

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    OK Blair, just make it an even $16.00 in US dollars to paypal account princejd@hughes.net

    I'll get it sent out the next business day after payment has arrived.

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