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1973 Door Pocket Bungees

Can anyone help?

My 911 never had these fitted when I bought the car and for 8 years I have lived with saggy pockets.

I have now bought the bungees and clips from PP but have no idea how they should be fitted.

Can anyone explain how to do this?

Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks.

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Two great pics here and some description:
Door pocket clips - Early 911S Registry Bulletin Board
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If you have the bungees and the clips, you're 90% of the way there.

As an example, let's start with the drivers door. When looking at the pocket, the bungee begins with an overhand knot. that knot is on the back side of the pocket at the far right hole. The bungee then proceeds into the inner pocket and back out through the next hole to the left. The bungee then heads through a hole in the actual inner door frame, and proceeds to the left (toward the end of the door that opens), where it emerges through a steel/rubber hole that is part of the door armrest. It then loops through the far left hole in the back of the pocket, and returns again to the backside throug the second hole from the left where it is fed in and out of the clip. You then take out the excess slack by pulling the excess bungee through the clip, and you are done.

If I can get a picture I will post one. I must say it is much easier to do than to describe! Good luck!
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Thanks for the input.

The pic and the explanation makes it clear and now I recognize the purpose of the extra holes.

Thanks again for the advice.

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