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Old 04-26-2010, 01:14 PM   #41
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very nice job dg
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Old 10-03-2011, 02:25 AM   #42
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Oh My Gosh !!! these r awesome...how did u make ur pattern..ur's look better than most store bought..I am wanting a set out of diamond plate..I'm a girl..how would i cut it & smooth the edges ??? & where did u get the hindges & locking knobs ?? thanks so much
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Here are my custom made glove boxes.
locking knobs $30
Piano hinge $7
Can of texture black paint $4
Rivet gun $19
Cut, bend and filed to fit $0
Great looking glove boxes.. Priceless
Oh My GOSH !!! These r awesome...they look better than store bought...I'm wanting some made out of diamond plate..I already have the diamond..I'm a girl..so please help me out here..how would I cut the plate and smooth the edges ?? where did u get the hinges & locking knobs ?? & can u get them in stainless ??/
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Old 10-03-2011, 05:25 AM   #44
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Thank you for the comment of the looks.
After a year’s worth of riding, they still look like new.
Neither side is identical to each other so you will have to file to fit each side.
First I started with a piece of cardboard and cut it as close as I could to the inside shape.
Then I used that as a template to cut the metal.
Then attached the hinges to the plates, Not the cart.
The openings are not flat, so I used a piece of wood and a rubber mallet to roll over the ends. This did take some time going back and forth to finally get the correct bend.
Then I had to file a bit more to get a perfect fit.
Once they fit in the opening, I than attached the doors to the inside of the glove box.

The pull knob was a bit tricky to figure out how far down to drill the hole and not hit the back of the glove box.

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Push-Knob Pull-to-Open Latch Key Locking, Keyed Alike, 59/64" Max Latch Distance

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