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I have the norton [roddoors] panels But i think i'm going to build some with 1/4 plywood with sculping foam. I need to find some arm rest now. Not the stock kind .I was thinking something longer and curvey. Anyone got a site to go to and look around ? OR What about building something out of a thick foam.
 
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Instead of using plywood, you might consider masonite. It's more stable and moisture resistant than plywood, and you can use pieces thinner than 1/4" and be stronger.
 
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I used ABS panels for rear-wall, door & kick panels it worked great; pretty flexible when you hit it with a heat gun.
 

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