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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by jayccb, Jun 23, 2004.

  1. jayccb

    jayccb Registered Member

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    I am looking for the interior sides in the rear of a blazer. Mine are half vinyl and half carpet, I'd like to replace the two panels but I can't find them anywhere. Can anybody help?
     
  2. monsterjim

    monsterjim 1/2 ton status

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    try LMC truck. go to there website and they will send you a catalog, it taked a while to get the book, so if you need I can look up the part numbers and price in mine if you give me the year and shoot a price and ordering telephone number back to ya.
     
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    79Stomper 1/2 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I don't think LMC carries the side panels for the Blazer/Jimmy unless they are a brand new addition. What I am going to do is take my old ones and trace the pattern onto a piecs of wood. Probably some of that stuff they make clip boards out of. Cut it out and cover it myself with either some fabric or some Rhino Liner.
     
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    monsterjim 1/2 ton status

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    Think your right, got to looking through the mag and couln't find any. But particle board or something like that sounds good. I decided to do mine out of diamond plate. Shiny but I can wash it all out know when I get it dirty. lol
     
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    I don't know of anyplace that sells them. Most guys(like Jim said) just use other material(plywood, MDF, etc) and make their own.
     
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    How about aluminum diamond plate panels? Jeff, muddytazz sells something like that for burbs and could probably do them for blazers as well.
     
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    I made mine out of fiberglass. Somewhere between 1/16" and 1/8" thick. then Rhino lined them. Then narrowed and promptly cut them in half.
     
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    I just finished building some new panels for my blazer. I used 3/16" press wood, and reinforced in around the 6x9 speakers I installed. I used the original panels (which were shot) as a template to cut the wood. I covered the wood with vinyl and used 3M adhesive spray to keep it tight. The glue seems a bit weak though and I have a couple of wrinkles on the bottom where they meet the inner fenders. All in all not bad. I used interior (new) screws with finish washers to hold them on. It was about a 3 day project.

    My wife got me new stereo to go with te new speakers too...
     

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