Just wondering if anyone has done a DIY for shaved door handles and different ideas on how you can get the doors to "pop" open and any kits that are recomended Thanks all. Also I am wanting to do this to a bus so what would you guys suggest to do for the slider since it is kind of nice to have a handle. Today, these buttons are used on traditional custom builds, but rarely seen on anything newer than All times are GMT Not to mention the way U have done it leaves many Opportunities for failures and really makes it easy to break in to your "truck". The hardest step is to fabricate is the button. This was done to give the wagon a sleek, shaved-handle appearance, without the inherent issues of shaved handles.
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It's just damn cool. He's now got a hidden button that opens his door I've done it from beginning to end. You have a big toggle on the dash for ignition, but unless the battery disconnect relay is switched on by remote control, nothing would happen. Since I keep hearing to Yes, my password is: