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Where to find a-pillar?

Other than a junkyard, cause all the junkyards around here are old.

I need a driver side a-pillar, cause mine is with the grab handles, and i dont need them, cause my a-pillar pod gets in the way of one of the holes for the mounting.

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internet or cop out to a dealer...
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Other than a junkyard, cause all the junkyards around here are old.

I need a driver side a-pillar, cause mine is with the grab handles, and i dont need them, cause my a-pillar pod gets in the way of one of the holes for the mounting.

Any ideas?
I have heard that the non-grab handle A-pillar trim won't fit over the grab handle mount. I saw a 2004 with the handle removed and a dual pod installed over one of the mounting holes in the original A-pillar trim. The owner plugged the other hole with a trim push pin to improve it a bit. It didn't look too bad that way.
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ill think about that, maybe put something over it..

I know what your talking about, the mounting bracket sticks out alittle. I was thinking of just hammering it in..lol
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ill trade u leo i dont have the grab handles and i have been wanting them for awhile now
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thing is John, the way thier mounted, is by a bracket, that is rivited on... so no dice, i would if they were just bolted up.
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dang that sucks i was really it was just a bolt on
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I thought that N74DV swapped his in his 2004 for a non handle version. Or you could use cups instead of a pod.
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