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ENLEVER LES BAS DE CAISSES SUR GTX/BACCARA

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Bonjour les gens

 

Je me demandais, avant de casser un truc 😅, comment dépose-t-on les bas de caisses sur les GTX/Baccara? J'ai remarque de la rouille à l’arrière droit donc une petite inspection s'impose 😧🧐

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De mémoire ils sont rivetés sur le bas et ensuite en haut tu as des clips intégrés au bas de caisses qui s'enfoncent dans des rivets sur la carrosserie. Mais c'est un vieux souvenir, attends la réponse de quelqu'un qui en auraient.

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Je confirme tes dires @five34500

 

Il faut commencer par enlever les caches du bout de bas de caisse, en faisant sauter tous les rivets visibles (un face à la roue, et un sur le rebord du dessous), celui là est juste posé après, pas besoin de forcer comme un boeuf. Puis faire sauter tous les autres rivets possibles (un qui était caché derrière le cache en question et tous les autres qui sont sur le rebord). Enfin, si tu peux, essaie de faire glisser le bas de caisse vers l'avant pour défaire les agrafes (faut pas hésiter à forcer un peu) ou alors le tirer vers soi, mais il y a des chances de péter des agrafes dans ce cas là...

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Merci 🙏 pour tes explications.

 

J’en ferai un Tuto pour les suivants le moment venu.

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