Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by cooker, Dec 12, 2001.
where can i get if available new rear interior trim panels in blue
It might be worth it to try your closest GM dealership. You could also get ahold of a local upholstery shop and ask if they have a supplier........
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Tomorrow when i have time i will post price and phonenumber from my catalog...pricy...but they do have them.
1979 K5 350 TBI
1976 K5 Chalet
If it ain't got arizona pinstriping.....you ain't wheelin the pee outa her!
If you want an upgrade, use your old one's as a template and make new ones out of wood of some type. Cover it with carpet to match your floor carpet and you now have a lower priced (almost guaranteed versus a dealership cost ) side panel that you can mount speakers in - I have 10" MTX Thunder woofers in mine. Pics below..........
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If you do your own, use marine plywood and automotive vinyl. I put 1/2 inch foam under the vinyl for that nice feel. They came out better than anything you can buy.
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These guys make an awesome set for 1st gen Blazers......I'm not sure how close they would be to 2nd gen. They may even tool up if enuff folks are interested; <a target="_blank" href=http://www.roddoors.com/chevytruckdoors3.html>Rod Doors</a>
They run $225 for the pair and are totally impervious to weather......unless ya put some purty tweed on 'em...
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