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    Trouble with your Glove box lid??????

    I can fix your broken glove box lids. Any 1997-99 GP1200, GP760, GP800.
    These are always prone to crack and break.
    Just send me your lid and 15.00. This will cover the labor and the shipping back. I am just giving everyone another option than buying a new one for $$$$. So if you are lazy and need it fixed send it here. 1-2 day turn around.
    Email: [email protected]
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    nice solution bro, i did the same thing but i diddnt even think about using rivets..i think i am going to drill out the threads and do it your way!

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    Nice Kris!

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    Does this mod keep it from popping open everytime I jump?

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    yep

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    Yea, thats the same thing I did to my 97 that I sold to MPEAVLER's friend, made the latch fit nice and tight. Before I fixed it I was hauling ass in some ruff ass water, had my cell phone fly out of there. I grabbed it in it's mid air flight!

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    The door pictured was Flyingscottsman's. I never heard back on how it was holding up. Scott how is it doing?

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    I like this mod, the OEM spring was too strong for the plastic. how many of these have cracked and broke over time? good thinking Kris

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    Everyone must have good paying jobs and extra money. I see everybody forking out the inflated prices of nos glovebox lids. Lol. I did about 6 of these a while back and no problems yet. Some came back saying they felt stiffer and no side to side or twisting play anymore.Thank you bill! Just trying to give back a little to the members.

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    I need one done. I have that red glove box..

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