Re: Wagon rear-door repair kit ... which is best?
What exactly is this problem?
Never had a tailgate problem with our 960, or 740's (fair enough, our 740's
we only had for 4 years each, and they were bought new... so we didn't
really have any issues with them, but our 960 is getting old and should be
experiencing age-related problems... such as potential, this one).
"Rusty" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I drove two 3" self tapping screws through the plastic cover, using brass
>cup washers and into the metal of the tailgate itself. End of problems, and
>doesn't look bad at all. Because of the carpeting on my tailgate, it
>doesn't really show. The clip kits are a stop-gap measure, and won't really
>solve the issue. I find it strange that Volvo used the same crappy system
>for their tailgate covers through the 7/9 series, then onto the 850's and
>now V series. You'd think they would have figured it out by now...
> "Allan Shearer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Hi all you wagon owners,
>> I'm now on my 2nd Volvo wagon (formerly '86 740 wagon, now a '98 V70) and
>> sure enough, in both cases I need(ed) to keep fixing the rear door using
>> the Volvo repair kit (containing new clips, etc...).
>> However - there's a fella on eBay who's selling a DIFFERENT repair kit
>> and who says that this one should last much longer (for good??) than the
>> regular one we get (and have to repeat every so often) from Volvo.
>> Anyone have any experience with this 'other' kit? If so, are you happy
>> with it? Does it really make it THAT much better?
>> Thanks in advance for any/all input.
>> Allan Shearer