89 S10 Removing Door

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Assman, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. Assman

    Assman Guest

    Hi, I have a 89 chevy s10, regular cab, short box. Anyways I'm doing a body
    job to and and today I went to remove the right door so I could get at the
    rocker panel easier, when i noticed theres no bolts holding it on, just
    one big metal pin that doesn't seem to move with the hammers help.
    Anyways, on my 81 chevy fullsize you just remove the bolts and it comes
    right off, who knows how to get the doors off the S-10? All helps
    appreciated,
    Thanks

    Adam
     
    Assman, Oct 18, 2004
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  2. Assman

    Oppie Guest

    AFIK the hinge pin has to be pressed out. Using a hammer to remove it will
    only mushroom out the tip and making it impossible to remove without
    grinding.

    BTW this is a group dedicated to discussing Saturn Division products. Any
    other discussion is off topic. Oh, and tacky address you've got there.

    Oppie
     
    Oppie, Oct 18, 2004
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  3. I wonder if his first name's "Dick"....
     
    Philip Nasadowski, Oct 19, 2004
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  4. Assman

    Napalm Heart Guest

    Must be a Seinfeld fan.
     
    Napalm Heart, Oct 19, 2004
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  5. Hehehe >:)

    There's also an electronic components company called "Assmann" German I
    think. Going international has bad side effects at times.

    There's also a FAG bearing company, possibly used in MAN buses? See
    also the Buick LaCrosse. Lacrosse has a different meaning in Quebec...

    Panasonic was going to sell an internet setop device centered around
    woody Woodpecker, with the advertisment "Touch Woody, the Internet
    Pecker". As always, when one wants to see something done right, look to
    Japan...
     
    Philip Nasadowski, Oct 19, 2004
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    Kirk Kohnen Guest

    And, there's always my favorite:

    http://www.putzmeister.com/

    They're an American heavy construction equipment company.

    They also sell merchandise with their logo on it - hats, shirts, pens...
    Didn't see any condoms though. ;-(
     
    Kirk Kohnen, Oct 20, 2004
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  7. Don't forget that compabny 'Wacker', that makes those dirt pounding
    things crews use. I giggle everytime I see those things.

    (IIRC, in the 70's or so, Wang had an ad aimed at AB Dick customers that
    read "Stop fiddling with your Dick and come play with our Wang")
     
    Philip Nasadowski, Oct 20, 2004
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  8. Assman

    Oppie Guest

    Being an engineer, I am familiar with the assman connectors and fag
    bearings. We get many of our supplies from Germany.

    On another humorous side, my brother was working for the Reader's Digest a
    few years back. The magazine is translated into many languages for the
    overseas markets. In one Chinese edition, the General Electric slogan of,
    "we bring good things to life" somehow got translated as, "we bring back
    your dead relatives!" ... OOPS! Suddenly took on the air of a Southern
    Baptist revival service.

    And the 'you might have already won' letters signed by Carolyn Davis of the
    Digest...she does not exist except as virtual memory in the computer system.
    The Digest is actually in Chappaqua (home of the Clinton's) and not in
    Pleasantville as they say. They just pay extra to keep a very large PO box
    there.
     
    Oppie, Oct 21, 2004
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