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Offline PDXAmC

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Eagle--Gremlin doors
« on: December 26, 2012, 07:34:57 PM »
Are the doors on an 82 SX4 the same size as say a gremlin/kammback? I am looking at rain guards (window channel type) that fit a gremlin (online) and cant quite tell if they would fit a SX4. The doors look about the same size but and inch could make or break the fit. Thanks for any help and opinions.

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Re: Eagle--Gremlin doors
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2012, 09:08:20 PM »
All long doors are the same metal components. They pushed the corner up before welding in the two door sedans, and they might have a slight difference in Kammbacks versus SX4s but its minor. The channels themselves are the same dimensions and the window glass is exactly the same. You should not have a problem. The differences are all too small to even see with the doors side by side.
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