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Re: GMC Brigadier doors

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Trucker11

07-26-2015 21:14:26




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I have a 1980 gmc brigadier. I need a new drivers side door. Mainly just the latch and the mechanism. What can I do? Find a Door complete? It's hard to find one from these models




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ericlb

07-28-2015 14:39:53




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 Re: GMC Brigadier doors in reply to Trucker11, 07-26-2015 21:14:26  
you will probably have to find a doner door, these trucks were popular out west here in nm back in the 80's as dump trucks and lumber trucks ect many are still sitting the the dead rows of gravel pits ect, might put out a wanted add and also put one in the wheels of time magazine from american truck historical society, members there will probably know where one is , and may even have the parts on a old shop someplace, im assuming with a handel of trucker, you do get around the country regularly and can keep your eyes out, there seemed to be one of those rigs everywhere back in the day there should still be some around in back lots , it would be interesting to see a interchange manuel for the years maybe gm used door internals off some year of pickup truck if one just knew what years also im thinking another popibility may be the old mh series trucks that were ever popular as a auto transporter, those doors have a similer profile and may be the same internaly

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