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post #16 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-27-2018, 10:53 PM
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Hi
I have just fitted GTA style buttons .
Should the flat section be at the side (90 degrees )
or the bottom (180) ?
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I have mine on the bottom...



I don’t have a reference, but I spent reasonable effort at the time checking.

They also had a tab on that needed to be cut as well as the hole.


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Yup, on the bottom

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Has anyone cut a scallop in the body behind the door instead of installing the grab handle? That's more body work, but would be great to grab the back of the door while pushing the button by sliding your fingers into a recess cut out of the body.
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I'm sure you "could", it would just take a bit of work and planning. As you may know Sprint Speciale's are like that. One area they differ is SS's don't have the outer door gasket on the outer edge like GT's do, you'd likely need to eliminate that or cut it into two sections.
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Has anyone cut a scallop in the body behind the door instead of installing the grab handle? That's more body work, but would be great to grab the back of the door while pushing the button by sliding your fingers into a recess cut out of the body.
kinda of like the prototype Montreal style? :-) i like that too, sooo bertone
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Well it seems as if the template linked in this thread is gone. Could anyone upload it again? Thanks

Ps. Also if anyone got a template for the rear view mirrors (on the doors)...
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Is this what you are after ?

GTA DOOR LOCK HANDLE TEMPLATE.pdf
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perfect, thanks!

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