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Old 07-15-2011, 06:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought some 69-70 mustang door shells from cj pony parts. Well the drive side door was fine everything bolted right up but the passager side door didn't. They didn't drill the holes for the internal hand latch for the doors so I exchange it and found out that the new door had the same problem. So I called and said is all your passenger side door like this they just said you will have to make modification to make it work. I was like wtf but they give me a 25 dollars credit back on my card. So if your ordering door shell for 69 or 70 mustang doors and its the passenger side be prepared to be drilling some of your own holes to get the internal hand latch to bolt to the door. Just a heads up
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow! this is like the 4th time iv'e heard negative comments about CJ pony parts service :/, i think it's not a pretty good option to buy parts on their retailers or online.. Thanks for the warning!
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Thanks for the heads up Wiz! I just received my 69 doors yesterday and I haven't had a chance to check them out yet. I'll check mine in a bit and let you know if mine are any different.
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I'm learning that CJ Pony is hit or miss. Knock on wood most of the parts I've ordered so far have been correct and arrived pretty quick. I have learned the hard way to call them before you place an order to ensure the part you're after is in stock. I actually prefer NPD or Mustangs Unlimited, I usually use CJ's as a back up if neither of the other two have what I'm looking for.
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:33 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Your welcome for the heads up. I haven't had any real problems with them until now. Mu and napa is good but the free shipping plus there sale is what always bring me back to cj.
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Wow! this is like the 4th time iv'e heard negative comments about CJ pony parts service :/, i think it's not a pretty good option to buy parts on their retailers or online.. Thanks for the warning!
First of all.... It's not uncommon to have to drill missing holes, file this and weld that on reproduction parts. And.... CJ's didn't make the part. CJ's accepted the return and refunded $25 to boot. So Mr. RBG's67, why waste your historic fifth post to bash them?
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How do the body lines on the doors look. Do they have big gaps? The guy in China that drilled the holes in the passenger door was on vacation when they made your doors. lol. CJ's is just a distributor.
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I ordered doors for my 66 from cj - passenger was a dynacorn and was a nice fit. Driver which was a different brand was not. When ordering I specifically asked for Dynacorn. When I got it and it did not fit - they sent me a return label - no questions asked. I will ordered again from CJ - cant beat free shipping on door - everyone else is truck freight. They said they will ensure it a dynacorn before sending.
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Funny thing is that the Dynacorn was the one with the faul. He probably was on vacation.
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