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psychographic 
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Posted: February 17, 2006 at 12:16 PM / IP Logged  
I am planning to mount them to a piece of plwood to glass them, plus I don't see a need to glass the entire panel as the top (which is the base for the whole door panel) will be slightly padded and upholstered. Thanks anyway I know about it shrinkink during the curing process, I thought you meant it would warp on the car after being installed.
dubmanfunk 
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psychographic wrote:

They're made out of masonite. To get both sides the same I measure out the first one and then trace the second one from the first one, one piece at a time before assembling it.Some of it is just measuring though.

masonite? what exactly is that? is it readily available at home depot or am i gonna hafta go to some specialty store for it? one last question... is it gonna cost me an arm and a leg? 

dubmanfunk 
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will you ever post a step by step procedure and/or a parts list? i cant wait to see the finished project!! got any pics ot the back of it?Door Panels - Page 2 -- posted image.

naptothed 
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Masonite is cheapish, I can't remember how much I payed last time but I believe it was cheaper then mdf...it's the stuff they put on all the ramps at skate parks. Weather resitant and such.  Kinda like.....super cardboard.

dubmanfunk 
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oh ok that rings a bell... it's pretty flexible right? what's the  back look like? did you build a frame or just slap it all together with... some sort of adhesive??
menace2sobriety 
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masonite is the same stuff peg boards are made out of. peg boards that flat thin panel you hang tools on with all the little holes.

2nrguy 
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want to see how your comming with the work, very nice start
if the passenger isnt puking by the 3rd turn, your not going fast enough
mustangfoo 
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hey man I say u update this we call for more pics!!! who agrees? lol.  Just interested in your work thats all.

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Very interesting..
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