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Kick Panels

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

  1. Apr 24, 2008 at 10:50 PM
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    lineberw

    lineberw [OP] Well-Known Member

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    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.

    Thanks,
    Wes
     
  2. Apr 25, 2008 at 12:09 PM
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    sooner07

    sooner07 1/2 man 1/2 amazing

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    Always working on the stereo, painted the front skid plate black to match the truck, debadged , toy tech ultimate lift kit, light racing UCAs, ARB bumper Looking into a supercharger and new exhaust.
    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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