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Stronger Backing For Panels
New Interior Looks
Replaced Worn Out Door Panel boards
What's in the Box
(2) Door Panel Boards
Door Panel Board Pair
Get your Fox's interior looking like it just rolled off of the showroom floor! Replace the door panel backing with this panel board pair! Over the years, 1987-1993 Ford Mustang's door panels begin to look a little saggy. Sometimes it's because of the actual upholstery on the door panel. Many times, however, it is the Panel Board that is backing it!
For power window applications only
These Door Panel Boards come perforated and pre-cut for an easy, precision factory style fitment in your Fox Body Mustang.
Honestly I wasn't expecting much when I ordered this. I was torn between rebuilding the old wore out panels and buying complete new panels. For the price difference I thought I would give it a go, even without any instructions or a how-to video. I didn't have to trim anything and all the holes matched up perfectly. There was only one hole that wasn't pre-punched and I think that is due to the original speaker cover did not the top corner hole in it but the replacement did. No problem though to drill the one hole. Take your time and care taking the old panel board off. You'll have to pull some staples out and then carefully peel the cover off the panel board. Mine came loose fairly easily. I used spray adhesive on the inside of the cover between it and the panel board. For the edges I sprayed adhesive, pulled the cover over the board and then taped it down with Gorilla tape (I didn't have a stapler that shoots very short staples. Once everything set up I inserted new door panel pins and reinstalled the door panel. All pins went straight into their designated holes and screw holes lined up perfectly.
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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David C. on
It fit perfect, but had one hole missing for speaker grill I used the old board as a template and drilled the new hole. As for the 1/8 inch staples I cut a groove in a piece 3/4 thick pine the width of the staple a little over 1/8 deep, I cut strip of 1/8 aluminum to fit inside the staples. Put 2 small countersink screws 1 on each end and sand flush, be sure to use plenty of water to keep the staples cool.(use T 50 arrow1/4 inch long staples and sand a row at a time) Good Luck
Ihave had a few Mustangs starting with the red one it is a factory took it through some restoration made it sterling grey with black stripes very fun cars to work with now have a 1991 5.0 factory 5 sp...