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On the back door of my 2004 Disco 2 the plastic pocket that holds the tire changing tools had broken about 3/4 of the screws holding it to the door panel. Anyone one have any repair suggestions? My first thought is to tape it to the door panel and then JB weld around the screws. Picture attached.
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Mine did the same thing but I just ended up taking it off as a result. I would love to put it back on namely cause I try to keep the interior looking as close to stock as possible. It's not as important to me right now because I have a toolbox/emergency road kit where the tools are at right now.

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Just use some thick amounts of JB weld on the screws and push the door pocket back on to it.

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