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Rear seat speaker panel removal.

This is a discussion on Rear seat speaker panel removal. within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Don't tell anyone, but Trev really is a good guy. He helped me out with some stuff a while back....

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    Don't tell anyone, but Trev really is a good guy. He helped me out with some stuff a while back.

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    Aw shucks!!

    I really enjoy being in the fold here in the forum and it means a lot
    to be appreciated. I always try to help out where i can!

    I will probably never be able to advise on engine internals or where to
    go for the best rear end but what i DO know about, i am happy to throw
    my 5 cents in.... or whatever the phrase is?!



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    "2 cents" is the saying over here in the states. LOL You almost had it Trev.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 024mula View Post
    I agree it was a very helpful video, but I wish the guy doing the video would of turned the radio off in the background.
    Radio didn't bother me, but the gum smacking and chewing drove me nuts!

    Good thread - I have a speaker that is cutting in and out in the back, and will be popping off the panel to tighten up the connections

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    Well,

    This seems to be the best thread to post in as i mentioned this little project back a page or two!

    Finished this little guy just the other day.

    Dissatisfied with the way the tubular one looked and fit on the mounting points
    i got busy in the workshop!

    Started with a simple template for the base and then on to the finish line.....

    I picked the same RAL2010 orange powder coat to match the calipers.Then mirror polished
    the cross part of the brace. Held the bits together with stainless socket heads.

    Simple paper template


    Rather poor fit on the sheetmetal step


    Another pretty simple jig... Does the job though!


    Clamped for welding on the underside


    Much better fit over the step


    Polished Socket heads for the joining together


    Finished


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    Trev, you never seize to amaze me with your craftsmanship!! That looks 100000000 times better than the original. Awesome work sir. Loving the chrome finish look.
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