Bully Billet Aluminum Fuel Doors Customer Reviews
26 Customer Reviews
Custom style doesn't come stock. To make a name for yourself out on the road, you have to take matters into your own hands and give your ride the tough look it demands. So, beef up your street machine with the head-turning style of Bully Billet Aluminum Fuel Doors.
A perfect accessory for your raucous rig, the Bully Billet Aluminum Fuel Door is crafted from raw slabs of billet aluminum and carved for a custom fit in place of your stock fuel door. Once in place, this billet aluminum fuel door adds an air of distinction to your vehicle, separating you from those other steel boxes out there.
Best of all, adding the Bully Fuel Door to your auto is easier than you might think. Because of the tailored construction, this direct replacement fuel door mounts right in place of your stock gas hatch with no drilling, cutting or fighting required. For added security against gas thieves, you can also upgrade to a locking fuel door option (for certain applications). And, a 90-day warranty is included.
26 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Steven P (Lufkin, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Jun 17, 2014 5:38 AM
It is very nice. It took about twenty minutes to install it. I was worried about getting the gas nozzle in there cause of space but no problem. The only thing I had was getting the tiny nuts that came with it on. Other then that way cool!!!
Reviewed by Johan D (WYOMING, MI) — Apr 16, 2014 6:02 AM
Quality of the product is good as far as finish and function is concerned. However, fitment is very poor. It took a lot of adjustment to try and get it to fit my 2005 Silverado Z71 properly and in the end it still fits poorly. Instructions are useless & unless you are technically savvy it will be a battle to figure out how to properly install the product.
Reviewed by Thomas S (Holly, MI) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Jul 10, 2013 8:18 PM
The installation of the fuel door went off without a hitch. I just have a problem with the way the door frame attaches to the truck. On one side you have to sink 2 screws into the collar of the fuel filler door which is plastic, then attach a bracket that the door itself attaches to. In the instructions it tells you to not over tighten the screws. It is exceeding easy to do just that with the plastic being so flimsy. buyer beware.
Reviewed by Ronnie R (ONTARIO, CA) — May 18, 2013 6:30 PM
Item showed up very promptly (2 days) and only took me about twenty minutes to install. Make sure you have the proper tools though. All in all I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a quality addition to their truck. Also, looks much cleaner than the cheap stick on gas doors.