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    Kick panels for chevy cobalt??

    I need a builder for some kick panels for my car.

    If you are interested in making some give me a shout!


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    Re: Kick panels for chevy cobalt??

    You have doors with prefabbed speaker outlets isn't that going to look weird



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    Re: Kick panels for chevy cobalt??

    Quote Originally Posted by nateberrier View Post
    You have doors with prefabbed speaker outlets isn't that going to look weird
    Possibly. I really don't have much of a choice. When you replace the speakers in cobalts you are risking getting water leaks. Don't ask me why, but a lot of people get this problem.

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    Re: Kick panels for chevy cobalt??

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinn View Post
    Possibly. I really don't have much of a choice. When you replace the speakers in cobalts you are risking getting water leaks. Don't ask me why, but a lot of people get this problem.

    - Kevin
    yup. i get that problem bad. ****ed up alot of speakers.


    im also interested in some pods too if anyone knows a good builder at affordable pricings.



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