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    Does anyone know of source for kidney pads (speaker pads) made of a material other than chipboard? Made of plastic, say, and not subject to breakage like the typical pads available from TRF and Moss.

  • #2
    Try Bob Danielson...thats where I got mine.
    1970ish CC54713L
    HVDA Toyota 5spd
    Nissan Diff
    Miata Seats

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    • #3
      I got mine at BPNW. I got the speakers from Crutchfield...
      1974 TR-6 Logic Overdrive

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      • #4
        1974 TR-6 Logic Overdrive

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        • #5
          Does anyone have a pattern/template of the kidney panels? Or make a template for me? I would like to make some. I already have the board, vinyl and foam from other projects.

          Also, what size speakers fit in the panels? There is a good sale at Crutchfield right now so I would like to buy the speakers now.

          Thanks.
          Thanks,

          Mark

          Mark Poindexter
          1975 TR-6
          CF35865U
          Owned since 1983
          My First Car

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          • #6
            I made my own panels, starting with a rough shape from photos and making a cardboard template as I went. It's not a highly visible area, so I wasn't too worried about precision, just getting it solidly mounted and making the front look good. I didn't save the pattern since it's not hard to re-create. I didn't make speaker holes, so can't speak to the size (and odd that none of the suppliers seem note the size either).
            Bill Connell
            1969 TR6 CC28790
            TR6 project log
            St. Paul MN

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