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q-form kickpanels in an 07?

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Old 11-08-2007, 06:08 PM
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Default RE: q-form kickpanels in an 07?

Good luck on fitting those midbasses. Depth is going to be an issue as is the stupid tiny hole they put in there for the stock speaker but if you dont mind a little cutting you should be ok.

The Q Forms will work well but will eat up a lot of leg room. Im a pretty big dude and cant give up any so theyre out for me.

A hood release is not a super techincal thing so I would assume the Q forms braket will work just fine.

One tip, buy a Dynamat Wedge Pack. This will be enough to apply 2 layers to the inside of the Qforms and will make them about 100 times more rigid.
 
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Old 11-09-2007, 10:41 PM
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Default RE: q-form kickpanels in an 07?

You can also slap some modeling clay on the backs of them as well. My Qforms in my old Dodge Ram had 2 layers of Dynamat and 10 pounds of modelling clay in each kick. Very sturdy!

Plus the clay will help absorb and dampen reflections.
 
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