Very easy to remove. Use something non metallic to avoid damage to the paintwork.Maybe even put some masking tape below the stainless steel part. I used some wood as in the photo on the lower edge then tapped gently upwards and worked along the edge. The clips come of the door easily but be careful not to drop into the door or you'll have to take the door card off to retrieve them. Not sure where to obtain the rubber though as I bought mine with the stainless steel part from David Green. He breaks them for spares.
Post by Warwick (Ozcoupe) on Sept 14, 2007 2:19:38 GMT
Interesting! That's handy to know. I was about to ask this question - or do a search - a week or so ago and decided against it as I tend to get ahead of myself and I'm not yet ready to replace the split rubber on the driver's door.
I expected it to be a long tedious job involving removing the bonnet and rear window.
Doesn't Scott have these listed?
1970 P5B Coupe[br]1987 Range Rover Hiline 5-speed[br]Spare P76 short motor (does that count?)[br]