AMI Fuel Door Customer Reviews
728 Customer Reviews
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Open the door to cool custom looks and improved security with an eye-catching AMI Fuel Door. Each is custom-machined from a solid piece of aluminum to fit your specific year, make and model.
Grab on to the classic style of solid doors or show off your hog affiliation with a Harley Davidson fuel door. Either way, AMI Fuel Doors are available in Black Powder-Coat, Polished, Chrome, Chrome with Black Powder-Coat ring, and Brushed Aluminum finishes. All AMI Fuel Door finishes come with either the theft-deterring locking door or easy to use push-to-open door.
Most AMI Fuel Doors are equipped with a tension spring that delivers a smooth opening motion. Plus, your new AMI Fuel Door is backed by a 90-day warranty.
728 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Scott H (YORKTOWN, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-250 — Mar 29, 2014 2:44 PM
Awesome cosmetic addition to the truck. The directions said to drill out the factory holes one size larger than what they were but the bottom right threaded stud still didn't line up. The stud went through the hole but the nut could not be fastened. However, the fitment was tight and with the other three holding it in place, I don't think it's going to become loose.
Reviewed by David C (Puryear, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Camaro — Mar 27, 2014 5:05 PM
Well I got my new fuel door in the mail. I opened the box up to see what was in the package. The packing material used in packing the door was some what small.I took the door out to inspect it , and it looked great.I then read the paper work ( good instructions by the way). I then went to work to install the AMI fuel door. It only took a short time to get the door on my car. The AMI fuel door looks sharp for the amount that I paided for it.
Reviewed by chris a (Boring, OR) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram — Jan 02, 2014 9:49 PM
Overall fit and function are great. I couldn't get the nut on one of the four mounting bolts because of the factory design of the plastic inner skirt around the fill neck. The only other improvement that i could see is a more robust locking assembly. The metal is thin enough that someone could probably bend if they really pried on the door. This would destroy the door anyway, but if you want it to keep someone from stealing your fuel, they could find a way to get in to it.