Yeah, that surprised me as well. Judging by the amount of dust accumulated inside the door panels, I'd guess they have only been off a handful of time in the entire life of the truck.That vapor barrier is in surprisingly good shape! Good build.....
Yeah, that's what I was concerned about. I'll be re-doing them anyway in a week or two when I do the deadener, but I'm glad I caught it sooner rather than later. I sure am glad to have a working head unit and speakers for now!Nice catch on the speaker misfit, down the road that would surely
lead to voice coil rub I bet.
Probably. The insides of those doors don't see much moisture, especially not that high on the door. Not nearly as much as the engine compartment, for instance. Seeing as the masonite is tempered, it's already slightly moisture resistant, it's the exact same stuff every Japanese car from the 1980s and early 90s used for door panels. In fact that's why I have some on hand, I plan to eventually rebuild the door panels on my '89 Sentra.Any plans to coat them in epoxy or some other type of resin?
Good to hear, I had just used too complicated of an image code initially.Yeah..... typo on my part but its working just fine now.
I forgot to say it earlier, but thanks! There is still much work to be done. I'm doing my best to keep quality up, even at the expense of schedule. Schedule? Who am I kidding? I don't even have one for this build!nice job so far