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Topic Review (Newest First)

  • 30-03-2016, 21:59
    keeeef
    What card are you using? I'm about to make some myself but not sure whether to go with thin ply, mdf, hardboard...
  • 30-03-2016, 17:36
    Grumpy Grandad
    Velcro! ............................. what a rip off
  • 29-03-2016, 18:15
    russ6120
    I did my old Capri with velcro
  • 29-03-2016, 13:47
    rodbuilder
    I use these drill panel and the door before covering, there are different sizes available but here is an example.


    100pcs Black 8.5mm Hole Car Door Plastic Rivet Fastener Trim Panel Retainer Clip | eBay
  • 29-03-2016, 13:39
    Yoshi

    Fitting door cards

    I'm thinking of making up some door cards & covering with material. I'd like to fix them so I don't have any set screws screwed through the material. Where can I get the clips that fit into the board before it's covered? What are they called & will it matter what thickness the board is or the size of the threaded hole (possibly 3/8unc) in the door? That is if this is the right way of doing it, thanks

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