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Old 03-02-2010, 07:59 PM
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Well got bored this past week and went and bought the materials to make me another set of panels for my 93 ranger extended cab. This will be my 2nd fiberglass project. Making the new ones hold 2 6.5s instead of 1 like my last set. Also makin them part of the door instead of pods like the last time as well.

Started off the same as last time buy cutting out the lower pocket on the door...didnt take a pic of the new panels but heres a pic of the old ones during this step:


The carpet piece up top im experimenting with. Last panels i glassed over it and molded it in the door. This time i took it off the door, stripped the cloth and foam off and plans are to get Fraze to cut me some MDF frames to house a logo etched on plexi also will be getting this from Fraze too.....Not sure which comapny but i might just do DC Sound Labs on one and Sundown on the other....will also put LEDs behind them. Then lass em onto that plastic panel.

The next step of just getting the frame work done:


Next was stretching the fabric. had to rearrange the rings due to clearance issues:


Ill hopefully get this one resined and matted up tomorrow so i can start on the other side.

had a lil audience whilei was cutting everything off and out:



More pics to come so stay in touch with the thread
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*subscribed* I love led plexi glass shit. lol
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Still gotta figure out what comps imma run...in my door now i have 1 set of PG RSD 6.5s. Cant decide if i want to keep these and get another set or go with completely different brand.
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want my Hertz HSK Mids? =]=]=]=]=]=]
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I have been thinking about fiber glassing my door panels in my 94 ranger myself this gives me some idea. but looking good though I'll keep my eye on this one
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I have been thinking about fiber glassing my door panels in my 94 ranger myself this gives me some idea. but looking good though I'll keep my eye on this one
Did you ever see my first build of my panels? I'll try to dig up some pics of em.
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Still gotta figure out what comps imma run...in my door now i have 1 set of PG RSD 6.5s. Cant decide if i want to keep these and get another set or go with completely different brand.
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Hit me up if you decide to get rid of the PG's. I love the ones I have. And looking forward to see what goes this time around.


Also cant really tell from the pic, but looks like you have some wrinkles down by the speaker rings along the door jamb. Try to stretch them out if you can, less work in the end, trying to get them out after resined and glassed.

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interested in how this is gonna look gud work
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