Tooloud_4_me
To save on money and learn something new I was to try and customize my door panels. Sounds easy but doubt it will happen the way I want it to the first time which is why I went to the junk yard and got extra door panels. Any way I have no idea where to start, what I need, and how to do it. I have a 98 blazer and wanted to put 3 6.5 and my crossover in the front door panels and 3 more 6.5 in the back doors. Can I please get some kind of help here guys.
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D-Bass
go to http://www.fiberglassforums.com
set up an account.
then read, read, read, and read some more. then start asking questions. but not until you've read and looked at lots of pictures
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Tooloud_4_me
Thanks for the info
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MREZSTREET
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Originally posted by D-Bass:
go to http://www.fiberglassforums.com
set up an account.
then read, read, read, and read some more. then start asking questions. but not until you've read and looked at lots of pictures
lol guess the teacher was right about reading
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Mobileaudio219
Here's how I built the door pods for my 93 s10.

http://mobileaudio219.com/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=55
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Tooloud_4_me
Yes, a lot of reading and working I did do and for my first time I do not think that I did to back. If I knew how to post pictures on here I would show you guys.
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D-Bass
upload the photos to photobucket. then post the link
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87tbird302
Yea deff read up on fiberglassforums. I recently did 2 6.5 on each doors did a lot of research on fiberglassing.
Here is how mine turned out. Obviously it wasnt done yet, but it was almost there.
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Tooloud_4_me
Ok I got it. The link is
http://s788.photobucket.com/albums/yy168/babyboy0510/

So I hope that you guys like the work for my first time.
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87tbird302
Thats a decent first try. Keep it up.
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bigdogluis
Here is my first try at fiberglass door pods and rear deck.





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Glass City Sounds
nice
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