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Installing Trooperbay D-ring on Hyperfirm B grade

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Curious if anyone has done the above mod?

 

trooperbays D-rings can probably be pried open but I’m worried about screwing up the shape irreparably.

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Curious if anyone has done the above mod?
 
trooperbays D-rings can probably be pried open but I’m worried about screwing up the shape irreparably.



I cut some out of the center then it’s less to pry. It’s just got to sit in there it’s not a weight bearing D ring


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6 minutes ago, Frank75139 said:

 

 


I cut some out of the center then it’s less to pry. It’s just got to sit in there it’s not a weight bearing D ring


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Cool thx...figured it wasn’t load bearing

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I literally just did this a few days ago. I took a dremmel metal wheel and cut the center like frank said. I just held the D-ring up to the back to get an idea of how wide a gap I needed. I marked it with pencil and just made two cuts. It fit on the back with little prying. Then I just painted it to match. Very very easy.


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On 11/17/2018 at 11:03 PM, Bud Spaklur said:

I literally just did this a few days ago. I took a dremmel metal wheel and cut the center like frank said. I just held the D-ring up to the back to get an idea of how wide a gap I needed. I marked it with pencil and just made two cuts. It fit on the back with little prying. Then I just painted it to match. Very very easy.


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Yeah...did mine and must have cut it at an angle b/c it came out slightly that way...easy fix however...thx for the info!

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