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    Newbie from Idaho

    Just wanted to introduce myself been a D-50 owner since 1980 great little rides own a 1980 D-50 & a 1986 power ram D-50 4x4 . Great site !!!!

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    kewl - another long term owner - welcome to the forum!!!
    Pennyman1
    The best Dodge that Dodge never made
    Living the D-50 lifestyle since 1980

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    Funny, the two longest time owners come to say hi. Pennyman has me beat though by like 100 years.

    Welcome to the forum

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    Eastman, GA
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    1988 Dodge Ram 50
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    Welcome! I'm not an old timer but I know almost every inch of this truck since I purchased it in Jan of this year. Only thing that has be scratching my head is getting the window crank arms off the doors! LOL Damn IT!

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    There's a c clip under the plastic cover that you have to pop out. Take a thin rag like a shop towel, slide an edge into the gap between the door and cover and grab each end of the rag. Pull the two ends around to pop the clip out. It's easier than it sounds.
    1990 MM 4x4 3.0
    1991 MM 4x4 3.0 Diamonte
    1994 MM 2wd (work in progress)

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    If you have seal removing tools/picks you can hook the end of one under the C clip and gently pop it out (be warned - these things go flying everywhere so make sure you attempt to stop it from disappearing) A thin blade screw driver will work too if you can lever on one of the ends of the clip and pop it out.

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