Exterior door handle bumpers

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Re posted from my build thread. Thought some might be interested.

Yeah, I know, I'm weird but it's the little details that get my blood going. If you have a 60/62 your door handles probably do not sit flush an make a metal to metal clank.

That's because they are missing rubber bumpers. Rubber bumper above my thumb and hole it fits below my thumb. Doorman #45393 Two packs required to do 4 handles.

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I took mine apart to do that a few years ago, and the driver's handle was cracked internally, so I bought a new one from Mr. T. It was nice having the handle with new bumpers, and it let out a softer 'clunk' when you let go of the handle. It's worth doing, IMO.
 
Re posted from my build thread. Thought some might be interested.

Yeah, I know, I'm weird but it's the little details that get my blood going. If you have a 60/62 your door handles probably do not sit flush an make a metal to metal clank.

That's because they are missing rubber bumpers. Rubber bumper above my thumb and hole it fits below my thumb. Doorman #45393 Two packs required to do 4 handles.

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59911788_2444360448928165_3455970908177432576_n.jpg

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Awesome! I need to do this on my doors. Be so nice to have that little detail fixed once and for all. Now if only I can get new OEM door handle gaskets without having to spend the money on new complete handle assemblies.
 

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