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Old 04-21-2008, 05:06 AM   #1
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I got the front pillars out no problem. How do the other pieces come out? Are they just held in by clips and pop out?

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Old 04-21-2008, 06:30 AM   #2
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the interior is suprisingly easy to take out. the pillars are clipped in and also bolted in. the bolts are hidden behind the seat belt fastener i guess you would call it. if you look at it you can pull the top half of the fastener off and it will reveal the bolt. after that just pull it right off.
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I see you have a quad cab, is it the same for my single cab? Just don't wanna break it. I'll have to look at it
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:52 PM   #4
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Are yout alking about the rear trim pieces on the "B" panel? Just remove the bolt holding the seat belt on, remove the bolt holding the seat belt to the floor, and slowly pull the trim pieces off. They wont break very easily. I took all of the trim and carpet out of my truck when I did my stereo install. Just take your time.

Any pics of the painted pillars installed. I am wanting to do this to my truck, but think the interior will look "odd" with the cream headliner. I am not confident enough with myself to install the suede myself.
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UsmcMan96- I have pics installed in one of the other threads I started in this section. If ya need more, or different angle let me know. I'll be doing the rest very soon. Sounds easy enough. Thanks.
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Old 04-22-2008, 11:42 AM   #6
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The bolts to the seat belt are the star pattern right? There are two bolts behind the panel that hold on a bracket, and one on the floor. It going to be a little difficult to get to the ones behind the panel on the bracket.
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You just have to remove the seat belt from the sliding portion on the panel, the other bolts - that hold the seat belt to the cab of the truck, stay in place. I think it is a T-50 bit you need, I bought a 5 pack at autozone for $10 or so.
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yes its a t-50. don't nowhat color your going with, but i did mine in black. i used dupli color vinyl & fabric paint, wasn't real happy with it(but i found out you need to let it dry a couple days) when i got my pillar pod i talked to my upholstry guy and he said use landau top black, so i tried it. have had the pillar out a couple times and have not rubbed any paint off yet.hope this helps
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I used Duplicolor. Hope it'll stay on. T 50. I'll check work.
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Old 04-23-2008, 10:35 AM   #10
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Got them out. That was easy. No need to mess with the bottom seatbelt bolt, found that out after I wasted some time on getting to it. But all it took was T 50 wrench, used a knife to pop off the seatbelt cover, exposing the bolt. Then just came right out. I'll prob get around to painting tomorrow. I'm pumped now!!
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