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Rear AC Headrest Removal!

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Schully, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. Dec 7, 2009 at 2:42 PM
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    Schully

    Schully [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Aaron
    Seaside
    Vehicle:
    Black 09 2.7 AC 4x4
    Leather Arm Rests, Alpine Stereo, Pro Comp Wheels, Wet Okoles, Front mud flap delete, Debadged, Rear TSB
    Hey guys so I removed my rear panel in order to take out my rear head rests and came up with a great idea!

    I have an alpine x sun facing the rear end of the cab and it would rattle the heck out of the pannel. I decided to get a bit creative, I took an old rag and cut it into sections. I folded the pieces a few times and wedged the pieces in between the pannel and the rear of the cab in spots where the pannel was vibrating against the cab (near the top). Through trial and error i was able to get it where the green snaps all popped back in with the rags secure in between. I fired up the system and wow what a difference. It pretty much stopped the rattle all together.

    IF YOU HAVE A SUB AND ARE HEARING THIS RATTLING VIBRATION GIVE IT A SHOT! IT BEATS PAYIN FOR INSULATION OR DYNOMAT!

    Happy Modding!
     
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