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Old July 2nd, 2012, 03:11 PM   #1
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I know I know, just order one and install. Im not about that with my DD. For the things I can do my self I am making, like door panels and such. I order the hard stuff.

I am in need of dimensions, Long side, short side and depth, of a rear speaker shelf. I dont want to order one cause I am going to cover it in material that will match my door panels and such.

Any one help me out? I would like to get started on cutting this up this weekend.

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Jim, I don't have one, but made one for my 74. With seat in I measured the distance to back. Then took with seat down to get side to side. After it was done, (plywood), Cut the speaker holes. Then I wrapped it. I then attached support legs under it, so I still have usable space and it's not permanent. Easy peasy :)
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Good point. I will get off my lazy butt and get to work. I still need to pick out some cool fabric to cover it and my door panels.
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