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Username Post: 1973 rear package tray install        (Topic#368689)
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Reg: 09-13-04
06-13-22 01:10 PM - Post#2842862    

Anyone have info or a video link on how to trim an OPGI package tray to fit properly? OPGI was no help at all(he was actually kind of rude about it), all they said was a quick YouTube search would show how it needs to be done. I haven’t been able to find anything. Working on my son’s 1973 Monte Carlo. Thanks!

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06-14-22 12:43 PM - Post#2842913    
    In response to RG_impalaman

I have no idea what they mean by "trim". It should fit without trimming unless they are sending you a package tray for a larger vehicle and you have to trim it down.

People fear change because it threatens what they know, or what they claim to know.

Butcher 318 
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Loc: Ft Wayne, Indiana
Reg: 06-29-04
08-10-22 10:11 PM - Post#2845742    
    In response to RG_impalaman

I got one for a 76 Laguna S3 from OPGI and it fit perfect. My original speaker grills and the insulation were still good so I re-used them. 1/hmn...

Edited by Butcher 318 on 08-10-22 10:14 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


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