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i found a cargo cover!!!! but i need help!

hey guys i found a cargo cover at the junkyard and i know how to install it because of the way i took it out. but in the junkyard i wasnt afraid to break anything but in my truck i dont want anything bent or broken! i can do everything but i need to get a pannel loose. does anybody know what these are and how to get them off without breaking them or anything else???

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Take a fork and break off the middle deals and use it like you would a hammer pulling a nail out

Or go to autozone and get the interior push pin tool

Pin removal tool
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will it go back in after you rip it out? or will i be breaking it off?
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you dont need to take those completely off, i took off the center trim panel behind the window and weaseled my cover in, dont forget to put the j clips on the body before you put the cover in
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you dont need to take those completely off, i took off the center trim panel behind the window and weaseled my cover in, dont forget to put the j clips on the body before you put the cover in
j clips???
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the j clip nuts that the cover bolts screw into, there are square holes in the back panel of the cab for them
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how much did he give it to u for john?
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how much did he give it to u for john?
they didnt even know what it was! haha! so he gave it to me for $10 theres probably another one there 2! there wuz a bunch of old rangers there!
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the j clip nuts that the cover bolts screw into, there are square holes in the back panel of the cab for them
you cant just screw the cargo cover into the back of the cab? arent there predrilled holes?
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Just go to any auto store and buy yourself some new ones. Break the old ones and replace. Lowes has them too in the nuts and bolts section.
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the holes are square
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the holes are square
ok. so will kragen have the j clips if i ask?
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yes or a hardware store, just take one of the screws in if you have them
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yes or a hardware store, just take one of the screws in if you have them
is that juct to see what size to get?
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yes, i cant remember what size the bolts are. they are the same bolts as the steel panel under the steering wheel is held on by. maybe 6mm?
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yes, i cant remember what size the bolts are. they are the same bolts as the steel panel under the steering wheel is held on by. maybe 6mm?
well i have the screws that i took off the cargo cover when i took it out....and i took off some of my back pannels and it looks like there are no holes to screw into! any ideas???
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the square holes are there, thats why you need the j clips. the j clips go in the square holes
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the square holes are there, thats why you need the j clips. the j clips go in the square holes
oh i didnt see them. well they were just probably hidden because i just took off the back pannel and not any of the corner pannels. i will see the square holes this weekend when i go to put them in! do you have a cargo cover? what years your truck?
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yes i do, its a 98, i installed it
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i posted pics of it in your other thread
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ok now i got it. yea i pulled it out of a 98 at the junkyard and i saw those j hooks u were talking about. but in my 04 i didnt see those holes. im hoping there jus hiding under the corner pannels
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are you 2 door or 4 door?
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2 door
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oh good, got worried for a min
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