It has two rivets and a spring... In your case, only the top rivet remains.
Thanks, so what is needed to remove it?It has two rivets and a spring... In your case, only the top rivet remains.
I was hoping for less destructive meansView attachment 887594
If you have angle drill attachment, you could drill out the rivet. If you do not have one, using a hacksaw blade and by hand, carefully saw and cut the rivet between the fuel door bracket and the bracket fixed to the body. When finished, remove rivet and fuel door from body.
Based on the photos from the resto thread I posted earlier theres some sort of heath robinson style arrangement of fabricated fixings and springs. I think realistically I need to get the thing in bits, and look at why it's like it is, it might be because the metal where the rivets go no longer exist...You can replace the rivets with small bolts, nuts and two sleeves where the bolts goes through the fuel door and body bracket... or obtain the correct rivets.
Hi, sorry please will you elaborate, I'm not sure what you mean by numbers 8 thru 12numbers 8 thru 12.