AMI Fuel Door Customer Reviews
742 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.
742 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Johnny C (ANAHEIM, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Colorado — Monday at 7:21 PM
It was a little more involved than I had anticipated but nothing anyone couldn't handle themselves. The fit was almost perfect, but unless you're 3ft away it looks seamless. Good product, would recommend to anyone.
Reviewed by Scott V (Du Quoin, IL) — Jun 22, 2014 5:42 PM
Had to make major modifications to the the plastic filler to make the install fit perfect. This was for a customers vehicle so close wasn't going to cut it. After 4 times of installing and removing we got it fitting great. Part itself was flawless and looked great once done.
Reviewed by Glenn S (BALDWIN, NY) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Camaro — Jun 13, 2014 11:02 AM
Does not fit in any way. Had to cut most of plastic shroud. When door didnt fit ordered new shroud. Removed rivets per instructions and can no longer install OEM door. Would have sent back but door was now all scratched and didnt want to hassel with you. ALOT of wasted money
Reviewed by Rodney B (PORTHILL, ID) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler — May 23, 2014 6:38 AM
The door looks nice and appears to be well made. The only issue is that the instructions say to drill through the plastic fuel door housing, but because of the length of the screws you also have to drill through the vehicle's metal fender. This was not difficult, however they should have supplied a small tube of paint or other sealant to prevent rust from forming around the drilled holes.
Reviewed by Leon C (Canyon Country, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — May 16, 2014 4:53 AM
I have a cummins with the urea next to the diesel fill hole. The cover looks good but I could only get 3 out of 4 screws in to secure it. It is tight fitting and works well at the pump. No drilling required.