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 Posted: Sun Jul 29th, 2018 08:45 am
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I could have swore someone had a thread about door panels in here, they showed their doors open with some subtle but noticeable door panel recovering but I though there was also some differences throughout the years and all the door panels were nearly interchangeable.. Or is my "Kilt-Lifter" beer too strong tonight?

I will have to pick up two door panels, Almost prefer to get them new even maybe just because.. yea.. me

Obviously standard cab, electric locks and windows, gray, and I'll be modding them as needed. But I'm really curious as to what changed throughout the years outside of long/short map pockets or no pockets. Anything else change?

Current door panels are:



And I have the pics of the doors from the post/thread:


Last edited on Sun Jul 29th, 2018 08:50 am by Undrstm8ed



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The only thing (so far) that I have noticed about the door panels is on my 2000 door panels with the storage pockets the arm rest is screwed on with IIRC 6 screws & the earlier door panels are held on with 3 screws & has three clips along the bottom of the arm rest.



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On the 95+ door panels, there comes a point where the top surface rises vertically as you move forward towards the mirror.



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I getting from this Thread that the Door Panels didn't change over the years ?
I always thought the 2001 and up were a little longer !

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I thought when they swapped to the 96 up obd2 style dash the doors panels changed in that area where they meet the dash . I’m in the need of new door panels also . Really wanting to covert the interior over to black or grey and black atleast .



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Dreaded sled wrote:
I thought when they swapped to the 96 up obd2 style dash the doors panels changed in that area where they meet the dash . I’m in the need of new door panels also . Really wanting to covert the interior over to black or grey and black atleast .
 looking looking at your looking at your setup and the motif I would go with a really dark charcoal gray more than black but that's just my opinion you can vinyl dye the whole interior... I've done a couple of interior's like that and they came out really really well



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I know mine has the poverty panels, not even any door pockets! :(



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Dreaded sled wrote:
I thought when they swapped to the 96 up obd2 style dash the doors panels changed in that area where they meet the dash . I’m in the need of new door panels also . Really wanting to covert the interior over to black or grey and black atleast .
I think that's what CBB9M was pointing out too.. the dash changes some and the new door panels meet that new character line I am sure. Wonder how noticeable it would be without a 95+ dash.

Who here has a 96-97 and a decent to good penchant for taking good pics? I'd like to study the door panel some. Regulators w/Motors seem to be cheap on rockauto, may have to order those and knock that out even if under a temp 5 wire reversing relay setup to just make it work until I do the dash swap.. (?)


MaDMaXX wrote:
I know mine has the poverty panels, not even any door pockets! :(


He said "Poverty panels".. BWahahahahahahahah



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Negative... Just sometimes a $7-9 word attached to a phrase makes it all that much funnier..



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