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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-29-2002, 12:40 PM
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K-5 Blazer Interior

I'm looking for the interior panels for the rear of my '83 K-5 blazer. Is there anywhere to buy them new? If not do any of you guys have a set i could buy? I'm looking for red or black.
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Try LMC they have all kinds of stuff.
http://www.lmctruck.com/
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Re: K-5 Blazer Interior

If you are doing a resto, stop reading here. I've seen two things done I'd consider for whenever I move somewhere I can get non rusted to crap K5's. Diamond plate and metal panels coated with some sort of bedliner material. Both are strong and cheap if you do it yourself. Not to mention custom. [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
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Hey AJMBLAZER,
Would you happen to have the measurments for those back panels? I think I'd like to try that custom stuff.
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Re: K-5 Blazer Interior

My friend took 1/4" Plywood and covered it with camoflauge material. Also since you have a K5, a good place to get all the info you could ask for as far as K5-specific would be www.ColoradioK5.com
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No idea man. Some raw material, a saw or two, a tape measure and some screws and you should have it all figured out. Bedliner as well if you want to go that route.
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start with a large peice of cardboard..use a marker and scissors/utility knife ..once you get the cardboard to fit just right, transfer your cutout to plywood. there it is. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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The guy I bought my 83' Blazer from said the cardboard side panels were shot. He used them for templates and made new ones out of 3/8"plywood and carpeted them.

He then put 6x9 speakers near the arm rests of the rear seat.
I've added my 12disc changer to the drivers side at the very front of the panel near the floor. I can reach the changer while driving to swap magazines (don't try this while talking on the cell phone AND drinking a quad 20oz.latte') j/k [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

I'm going to install a pair of 10-12" sub-woofers behind the wheelwells into the sidepanels. I've done the removable sub-box thing and found it a pain.
I'm thinking of pulling the panels first and spraying the sheetmetal with garage door foam for a better sounding enclosure.
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