TEQFab 60 series replacement panels

dannyvp

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I just started rebuilding the inside of my truck. When i removed the rear panels (mine were wood) they had an extra long piece of carpet to help cover the area below the seat belt. I was surprised it wasn't wood, but i liked the coverage it offered. Have you looked onto making it a little longer in the front for more coverage?
I'm interested by the way. I work a couple hours away toward Memphis.
 
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I just started rebuilding the inside of my truck. When i removed the rear panels (mine were wood) they had an extra long piece of carpet to help cover the area below the seat belt. I was surprised it wasn't wood, but i liked the coverage it offered. Have you looked onto making it a little longer in the front for more coverage?
I'm interested by the way. I work a couple hours away toward Memphis.
Hi Danny

how do you mean longer?

Do you mean so it butts up to the rear door?
Thats how I did mine, but I had to cut the wood to shorten it as Joel’s has rear seatbelts

Here are a couple of pics showing the difference …

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I have one of the prototype sets and it has been great. The wooden material finish really compliments a 60 series cruiser, especially if you have any sort of wooden drawers in the back. The aux power panel brings it up to another level!
 
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Thanks guys!
We got back from Colorado after weeks of testing and everything worked great.
The only uncertainty I have at the moment is the hinge on the door.

I upgraded @Tennessee80 panels with a different hinge and it seems to be a bit better than the first prototype on mine

I may just offer up the panels as solid (no cutouts) and leave it up to the end user - which would cut cost for everyone, or keep working the bugs out on the door

let me know what you guys think

I’ll have more info soon 🤘🏻
 

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