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Q-Form QL-K1018C01 (black)

Install 6-1/2" components in your 1968-1972 General Motors vehicle (Black)

MFR # QL-K1018C01

Q-Form QL-K1018C01 (black)

Q-Form QL-K1018C01 (black)

Install 6-1/2" components in your 1968-1972 General Motors vehicle (Black)

MFR # QL-K1018C01

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Good piece, with issues

Crutchfield customer from Rolling Mdws, IL on 10/27/2019

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Strong, durable, but unforgiving to install. The emergency brake must be removed to install the drivers side. With the speakers installed, the emergency brake, and the floor headlight dimmer switch becomes unusable and inoperable. The edge twords the doors lack the 180 degree lip that wraps around the pinch weld like the stock ones do, and doesn't quite follow the curve of the A pillar. The Trim Lock edging supplied covers the pinch weld, which makes it look better, but could be better. The other option is to holesaw a speaker hole in the door, which I didn't want to do. I repainted mine blue to match the interior, painted pretty decently, in my 72 Olds 442. Try installing these panels First, before putting the speakers in. They do not bend much, and more things may have to be removed to get them in place.

Pros: Better than cutting speaker holes in the doors.

Cons: Emergency brake and headlight dimmer switch becomes unusable and inoperable.

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