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This is a discussion on people with the replacement autometer A pillar within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; How did you secure it? I have some left over double sided velcro tape but it's hard as heck to ...

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    people with the replacement autometer A pillar

    How did you secure it?

    I have some left over double sided velcro tape but it's hard as heck to keep secure. It might be because the tape is kinda worn down, I'll try getting a new piece.

    what'd you guys do?

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    I'm using the plastic screw thingys that came with the pod

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    are they like the white plastic plugs that are on the OEM a pillar?
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    no, they are 4 black plastic force lock pins, they are nothing like the white ones.. you have to drill 4 holes in your ameter and stock piller, and the replacement ameter one locks onto the stock one..

    am i making sense? ?:P

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    hmm I must have a differnt version of the A pillar than you guys because my A pillar doesn't fit on top of the stock pillar, it is a full replacement.

    damn autometer, they could've just put those white plastic plugs in their a pillar replacement.
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    Originally posted by kit99bar
    hmm I must have a differnt version of the A pillar than you guys because my A pillar doesn't fit on top of the stock pillar, it is a full replacement.

    damn autometer, they could've just put those white plastic plugs in their a pillar replacement.

    Theres only one version... Its a full replacement, yes, BUT it goes over the stock one its a 'cover' if you will.

    It will fit on top, try again!
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    I just put a screw through it into the stock pillar at the top, you barely see it.
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    i had to hack my stock one to **** to run the wires through
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    shoot , I'd hit it at current age, on roof of the car, with cousin driving , neighbor and town priest in the back seat, and that kid from "N.Korea" riding shotgun.

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    oohhh it goes on top! hmm it seems to fit so well by itself though. Dang, what to do.
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