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Thread: GU wagon rear door stay (for the small door)

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    GU wagon rear door stay (for the small door)

    Any chance of a pic? I'm totally lost now and I've reread what you said a couple of times. Cheers.
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    Click on patrol part on search bar if thats what its called,
    to fit just quickly grind tit off the pin underneath, un bolt and re bolt new one 3 min job.
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    does this bracket work with 2006 with the extra plastic that the earlier one don't have

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    Should work on all GU , it stops just shy of rear brake lens.


    Think I'll try to find some 290mm struts,
    cause not paying $55 for a $20 item
    When I find them I'll get a few, do they need to
    be a certain pressure ??
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    cool might have to get one then

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    What TD is talking about is different to what the OP is. The OP is referring to a little mod using a gas strut under the rear LH barn door to hold it open when sitting on uneven ground. The pic TD has is an extension bracket to let the door open that little bit more. Low pressure TD for the strut mate. Otherwise you won't shut it. I did have all the dimension written down somewhere on whats needed to make it up. But as usual, I put it somewhere I wouldn't lose it. And guess what?

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    yeah that stut would be handy on a hill, that's for sure

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    I see I promised pics earlier. Oops.

    As I may have said, I bought the strut off eBay. Initially it seems too powerful, but allowing for fade, is ok after a few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P4trol View Post
    I see I promised pics earlier. Oops.

    As I may have said, I bought the strut off eBay. Initially it seems too powerful, but allowing for fade, is ok after a few months.
    Well guess what mate? Your gonna have to supply us fellow patrollers with some pics of the strut, number on the strut, pics of each end attachment and dimensions of where to mount the brackets. Please. Pretty please. I've been wanting to do this mod for yonks and can't find the info I had on it. Plus the dude on Ebay is no longer there.

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    Once i get my car back ( couple of weeks) ill get the relevent info for you from the strut on my car.

    And BTW, the original strut i used when i came up with this mod is still going strong.

    I also re-designed the ball/mount slightly on the door side for better clearance, this also gave enough room to use large washers to stop any minor flex visible in the door metal.
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