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Old December 31st, 2015, 10:35 AM
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Interior Door Trim Ideas

I am looking to replace front and 2nd row door trims in the 110.

I have the split top doors and I'd like to be able to access the quick releases and not have to take my trims off. I also have the lift handle latches like an ST.

I want them all to look the same and be finished. I like the RN soft top door cards but those only account for my front doors and not the 2nd row.

I'd like to be able to install speakers in all 4 doors but that is not a requirement.

I've looked at LaSalle and they meet most of the requirements except for the door top removal, it looks like the door trims would have to come off for that.

I'm leaning towards a Series II/III door card but concerned that they may be too flimsy.

My other thought is a some metal or wood trimmed to the door shape and then covered in either a vinyl or bed liner product but that would probably be the most ghetto and look awful.

Ideas?

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Old December 31st, 2015, 09:43 PM
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Richlite is a particular brand of product that is sold by different names. It's basically a resin impregnated wood. Machinable, waterproof, strong.
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Richlite is very heavy.
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Take a look at the ECR site and their beach runner vehicles. They must do something for the second row doors.
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I made some for my S3 years ago out of wood paneling, even copied the stock pocket. Looked nice and lasted a long time. Now I'd say get Iron Goat, not sure they make second door ones.

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Yes richlite is heavy but it's super strong so you could use a pretty thin panel.
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Take a look at the ECR site and their beach runner vehicles. They must do something for the second row doors.
highly customized second row doors. I wouldn't think they would be available

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highly customized second row doors. I wouldn't think they would be available
I meant "would not" be available.
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