What the heck is up with SPEEDWAY MOTORS??? I ordered an access door to access the hydraulic brake and clutch reservoirs under the floor of the Hot Rod and what came in the mail?... a bag full of parts with no assembly direction-no templates-no anything. I call Speedway and inquire how to assemble the zeus latching mechanism and hearing someone attempt to describe how to assemble it instead of visually seeing how it assembles is completely worthless to me. The tech guy says it should also have come with pop rivets, (none included), but the customer help guy says it doesn't come with rivets. Who's right & who's wrong? Bottom line is, I don't know how this access door assembles, especially the latching mechanism, and speedway could not provide me with any written instructions, diagrams, or anything relating to this item they sell. The guy from customer service said, "I'll give the vender a call if I have time to see if they have any assembly directions", so I told him if he provided me with the venders number-I would call them up, and his response was, "I don't have that information".... REALLY?? Ya know, I know the access door assembly isn't rocket science- but if someone like me has never dealt with zeus latches, simple things like a visual diagram can go a really long way, how is one supposed to correctly assemble it other than winging it and hoping for the best. I pay good money for their products, and receiving the product in a clear ziplock baggie with no paperwork whatsoever isn't sitting well with me- along with Speedways piss-poor customer service. Anyone out there install one of their 6" x 6" floor access doors? How do you assemble the zeus latching mechanism? Does the piano latch go on the outside or inside of the door. A diagram included with this produce would have answered all my questions... What's up SPEEDWAY MOTORS?.... you really disappointed me today with your lack of information and assistance regarding this item. My item was relatively simple and yet, you could not provide me with a simple diagram, not I proudly own a ziplock baggie of parts I don't know how to assemble!.... Thank You Speedway Motors!!! Posted using the H.A.M.B. App!