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silvermilnec



Member Since: 23 Nov 2021
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Mud rear qtr panels fitting
I bought my truck 2 years ago and like most spent a small fortune changing my basic farmer spec into
a vehicle I absolutely love!
I’m in the process of upgrading the stereo to a double din unit and adding rear speakers.
It started life as a van but rear seats now fitted.

These are my front speakers not added by me but obviously not standard.
I bought these mud rear qtr panels today and when I offered them up they didn’t look like they would fit! I know I will need to trim round the seat belt but in this mud picture it doesn’t show the slope of the filler neck. Should it fit??

Are these vibes any good, should I change?

What 13cm should I put in the rear?

Cheers guys
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jst



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rallysteve



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Assuming you mean the rear speaker pods. In which case i think you might have the wrong type. Isnt very clear on their website but the normal ones look to be for 90s with a front filler neck. The NAS style ones look to be the correct ones for a rear filler:
https://www.mudstuff.co.uk/collections/mud...ker-panels
Again, not clear but the FAQ says that the NAS ones aren't for pre-TD5.

Hope that makes some sense,
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Post #965254 16th Sep 2022 8:32pm
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silvermilnec



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Update, fitted over the weekend and fitted perfect, no trimming👍
Post #965583 20th Sep 2022 11:59pm
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