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interior side panel template

Discussion in 'Interior - Stock & Custom' started by TSewell, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. Teck

    Teck 1/2 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Mine are made out 1/4" plywood.
     
  2. Bigtrey

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    Aluminum Diamond

    Aluminum Diamond plate is what i am about to use for these side panels. I think the industrial look will work well in the back and not cause any issues. I will post some pics of the install after. i plan on using some rubber stoppers or carpet squares so that it will not squeak or grind against the mounting brackets. Does anyone have any other creative ideas?
     
  3. PlaguedDevil

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    Anyone still have these files for a '74?
     
  4. 1975Jimmy

    1975Jimmy 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Here ya go. Uploaded so its easy for everybody to access.
     

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    PlaguedDevil Registered Member

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    Fantastic! Who knew finding rear panels would be so difficult. One more item off the check list! Thank you!
     
  6. K30Blazer

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    I did mine out of diamond plate. Was quite the process to print them out and then get them cut. But they turned out great.
     

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