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Kick Panels

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by lineberw, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. Apr 24, 2008 at 10:50 PM

    lineberw [OP] Well-Known Member

    Dec 9, 2006
    Summerville, SC
    TRD 4x4
    I have a 2007 Access cab and I was wondering If anyone has Q-Logic kickpanels. Any issues in the Standard Transmission. IE blocking the clutch/being to close too the clutch pedal. I'm almost 100 percent positive I will lose the foot rest on the drivers side. ANy comments on the sound quality of these or how well they fit. I'm putting a second set up front/would like to and don't have a spare 1100 to waste to get someone to fiberglass them in the doors so this is a reasonable way at ony 199.

  2. Apr 25, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    sooner07 1/2 man 1/2 amazing

    Feb 17, 2008
    First Name:
    A A Ron
    DFW, Texas
    Debadged 2008 Rugged Trail
    Toytec ultimate lift kit, light racing UCAs, ARB bumper and full skid plates underneath. Looking into redoing the suspension and maybe repainting the ol' Taco.
    Not that this is exactly what you are asking, but... I have used them in other vehicles and I wasn't impressed with the build quality. I think they are good for positioning, but the plastic is a bit too flimsy and I'd rather just glass my own in.

    Glassing a set of kicks isn't terribly hard (just itchy and time consuming). Material is pretty darn cheap for some mat, cloth, resin, sand paper, vinyl and glue. Just cutting out a mounting ring, securing it and then glassing is a weekend project. (the sanding is what takes forever)

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