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Old 06-26-2006, 01:59 PM   #1
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Lets see some custom door panel pics ... painted tweeded whatever ya got
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Re: door panel pics

not real custom but heres what i got. notice the speaker grill, and the window crank hole.

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heres how my panels look now, top is covered in charcoal vinyl, bottom will eventually be smoothed and painted black, with a 6 1/2 glassed in the stock location

and here are my old door panels, which i fiberglassed the mapholders shut, and covered it in black and gray tweed
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I had to cut them for the body drop. I plan on glassing and painting them.

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I am not adding a speaker pod ,,,but I am wanting to add aftermarket
switches & cover the crank hole....
any pics of that mod???
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the white box part is gonna be an insert


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Re: door panel pics

Quote: Originally Posted by bladehines
not real custom but heres what i got. notice the speaker grill, and the window crank hole.

How do you roll your window up and down?
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i have power windows now, the switches are in the console
Old 06-27-2006, 04:09 PM   #10
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Quote: Originally Posted by bladehines
not real custom but heres what i got. notice the speaker grill, and the window crank hole.

Took me a second to realize what was different about the grille. I like it, it's subtle.
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Old 06-29-2006, 11:57 AM   #13
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Re: door panel pics

I seriously hate the fire wall here at work!!!!!
cant see half the pics posted...
& i don't have internet at home no one offers high speed yet
only dialup & I ain't goinng out like that.


if you have pics of the door switches mod I asked about
please emqil them to me jwise@cfcorp.org

thanks

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Quote: Originally Posted by sdime98
and here are my old door panels, which i fiberglassed the mapholders shut, and covered it in black and gray tweed
thats the look im eventually goin for
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Not that grand, but....
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here are mine just finished them awaiting the chrome envoy handle tho
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PTB....(paint, tweed and billet)




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Quote: Originally Posted by BLACKZQ8stepside
PTB....(paint, tweed and billet)




i like that idea with the mapholders
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damn how do you guys do that with your doors and dash, is it all fiberglass?
Old 07-02-2006, 02:49 PM   #21
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Quote: Originally Posted by BLACKZQ8stepside
PTB....(paint, tweed and billet)




awesome man.
how did u do that with the mapholder?
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this piece of wood covered in tweed and bolted on from the backside somehow.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rbryant4
this piece of wood covered in tweed and bolted on from the backside somehow.
Actually, if I remember right, he used wood which he covered in thin foam and tweed. Then I used some thick foam underneath that in a sense clamps the plastic inside the holder as it expands. That piece is removable. F-ing sweet every damn time I see it.
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I am finaly get my door panels done
I wanted suede but I have a 2 yr old
so I decided to go with green tweed
I will post pics when it it done....
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blackzq8stepside that looks real good, the tweet and tweet really makes the paint look good, mad props on the whole door panels.
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what is the best way to cover the door panels with fiberglass? and what is the best way to hold the cloth to the back side of the panel?
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Quote: Originally Posted by dbornotdb



dddddddaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmnnnnnnnnnnnnnn that is da shit im gonna steal that idea kinda
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Here is mine, Not very insane but clean lookin I think. I have billet window cranks now but i dont have pics with them on yet

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Re: door panel pics

Some nice pics in this thread... mine's just got some paint, and some billet...no big deal.
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BLACKZQ8stepside, if you would get rid of the tweed, you would have the cleanest pimpest S10 Interior ever





and here is mine


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whats involved in replacing the window crank to power windows? link is appreciated, thanks
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heres a bad pic of when velvet attacks

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Quote: Originally Posted by robocop98
I am finaly get my door panels done
I wanted suede but I have a 2 yr old
so I decided to go with green tweed
I will post pics when it it done....
just a friendly tip for ya:

suede is easier to clean than tweed. (2 yr old)
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Quote: Originally Posted by s10 user
just a friendly tip for ya:

suede is easier to clean than tweed. (2 yr old)
realy......I already got the tweed
I did the headliner this weekend
I went generic just put a bowtie
I am having the John at Infinite
customs do my doors..
I will try to get some pics up today
or tomorrow..........
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damn i need to work on my doors
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here are the pics of the headliner


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Old 07-09-2006, 01:42 PM   #38
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Did you take your headliner down to do it?
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Quote: Originally Posted by mason
Did you take your headliner down to do it?
yes I had to remove the headliner board from the truck..
but I did not take the original material off....it was still in realy good
shape so I just put the tweed right on top...
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how do you go about taking it down? does it pull right down? and other thing.. how did you make the bowtie in the headliner, cardboard ?
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Quote: Originally Posted by mason
how do you go about taking it down? does it pull right down? and other thing.. how did you make the bowtie in the headliner, cardboard ?
ok start by taking the sunvisors down, then the grab handle, then the dome light.
you will need a large torex head driver to get the seat belts off. the sun visors are also torex....the look like a star. then pop the trim on the a pillars off. I forgot
if you have an x-cab you need to take the clothes hooks out (they are above the port windows) Then pull the trim on the b-pillars down not off slide the headliner
to the passanger side till it clears the trim on the divers side then slide it to the driver side so it will clear the passangerside trim...then lean the seats all the way back & take the headliner out through the passanger side....
the board will bend a little just to bend it to hard or it will break...
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Quote: Originally Posted by Grieve
Did you make the mount for your tweeters, or can you buy these panels somewhere? Mine are mounted in round pods right now and I don't care for it.
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I wish I could do work like that :/ god knows my headliner and door panels could use it :P
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ladicius
I wish I could do work like that :/ god knows my headliner and door panels could use it :P

If you are in tx maybe we could work something out
I try to do most of it myself ,but I also know when something
is above me so I find a shop I like & just fork up the cash..
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Quote: Originally Posted by Grieve
wow those tweeters look nice there...did you melt the door panel to put them there?
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I used .090" G10 fiberglass board material, and the perpendictular wing that the thick foam is attatched to, is 1/4" G10 fiberglass board material,...the link should help explain it

http://www.s10forum.com/forum/showth...ing+mapholders

Quote: Originally Posted by rbryant4
this piece of wood covered in tweed and bolted on from the backside somehow.
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Quote: Originally Posted by indigo s10
Did you make the mount for your tweeters, or can you buy these panels somewhere? Mine are mounted in round pods right now and I don't care for it.
I used the round pod that came with them and used the cardboard from a toilet paper roll to get the shape i wanted. than i went nuts with some glass.
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Quote: Originally Posted by HofinaterSS
wow those tweeters look nice there...did you melt the door panel to put them there?
like i said above...tp roll for shape and than glass. I used texture paint than graphite paint to match it up so it all looks factory. Not sure if i wanna throw down the glassed interior i'm still up in the air over it.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DanMan2k06
My God man. I just creamed my kilt. Show me more and pics of the truck please.
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Quote: Originally Posted by MoneyMike
BLACKZQ8stepside, if you would get rid of the tweed, you would have the cleanest pimpest S10 Interior ever
Thanks man but I kinda like the tweed




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