Rear Speaker Tray?

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  1. silver70

    silver70 "Some Cool User Title"

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    The guy I bought my Mav from had some thin particle board trimmed out and covering the rear speaker/package tray. Anyone know what the material was originally? Maybe, where I can get a new one?

    Thanks guys,
    Eric
  2. maverick1970

    maverick1970 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Autokrafters should have them.
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    Masonite...
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    AutoKrafters sells them. I went to Home Depot and bought a piece of masonite, or something like it, and traced the pattern. A little paint and it's a lot cheaper than AK.:)
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    I did the same but put down 1/4" foam and covered it with headliner material. Looks pretty good.
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    Dave B I like Mavericks! Supporting Member

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    I've made one, and bought one. I liked the one I made better. I used textured masonite, it was white, so we painted it to match.
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    I made one out of some weird home depot material due to my roll bar goes through up there, and then covered it with some black material, looks better then stock IMO.

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