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Old 07-12-2004, 09:23   #1 (permalink)
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NC ghia door trims into a NA fairlane

Anyone know, confirm that NC fairlane door trims will definitely fit a NA fairlane. (Not worried about the different size speakers!).
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Re: NC ghia door trims into a NA fairlane

Yes they will fit, the doors and the dash are the same between EA-ED/NA-NC/DA-DC.
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Re: NC ghia door trims into a NA fairlane

yep they will if u have a na1 u may need all the locking bars ,plastic ones ( runs fron the lock snibs to door lock ) they are differnt dia and the newer flush lock snibs won't hold on to your steel rods
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Re: NC ghia door trims into a NA fairlane

they will deffinetally fit it's only when using ef/l trims you need some modifying but it's only drilling a coupla holes
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Re: NC ghia door trims into a NA fairlane

Ok they do fit. Luckily I grabbed the plastic button lugs from the NC fairlane as these have the same circumference thread as the Tibbe door buttons. If I hadn't grabbed them I would have had to use some plumbers tape on the metal button holder rods to increase their diameter.
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