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#2403713 - 11/08/11 09:30 PM Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions?
raggedrebel92 Offline
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Alright guys, this is my first post. So give me a break.

I just bought a police trunk pack off a guy in town for $50. Only thing is it didn't have any lids. I've searched around for ones online and cant find anything with a reasonable price. So I've decided to make some myself. But my question is, does anyone have a diagram or a some size information for the lids/shelfs?

Thanks!
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#2403741 - 11/08/11 10:07 PM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: raggedrebel92]
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When it quits raining, I could go out and measure mine (OEM civilian model) for you. But civvy model might measure different from the police model...

But if you already have the bottom body of the pack, why not just measure it and cut some top pieces of plywood to fit?
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#2403764 - 11/08/11 10:45 PM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: raggedrebel92]
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i was just going to say... the police trunk pack isnt quite the same as the civilian trunk pack. therefore the dimensions from the civilian trunk pack may not work for you.
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#2403766 - 11/08/11 10:47 PM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: Ponyguy]
raggedrebel92 Offline
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Id rather make it out of plexi-glass. And I would just really rather just have the dimensions for reference. I'm not sure of the civian model is the same.

Plus, I'm probally going to have them cut by a shop in town and would rather have some more direct dimensions so I don't have to do it again.
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#2403781 - 11/08/11 11:09 PM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: raggedrebel92]
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I have an amp rack that needs plexi-glass or polycarbonate covers for the amps themselves. Where do you get this stuff custom cut? or how do you cut it yourself?
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#2403909 - 11/09/11 07:06 AM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: Black_Sunshine]
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Originally Posted By: Black_Sunshine
I have an amp rack that needs plexi-glass or polycarbonate covers for the amps themselves. Where do you get this stuff custom cut? or how do you cut it yourself?


I buy my plexiglass from a local glass company, and they cut it to whatever size I request.

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#2403925 - 11/09/11 07:57 AM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: raggedrebel92]
Rootintootin Offline
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Link to picture:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5893854263/in/photostream

There are 2 for the rear portion 21 3/8" by 12" and one for the front under the spare, 13" by 16 1/2"

Corners rounded to fit, hand holes 1 1/2" by 4 1/2", all made out of 1/4" thick stock. The black trim around the edges doesn't look much thicker than tape, probably wouldn't have to use any if you couldn't find it.

Hope this helps.
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#2404024 - 11/09/11 12:12 PM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: raggedrebel92]
crownedking Offline
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i have 'lids' the plexiglass inserts, let me know

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#2404582 - 11/10/11 12:06 AM Re: Trunk Pack Lid Dimensions? [Re: Black_Sunshine]
PHoganDive Offline
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Originally Posted By: Black_Sunshine
I have an amp rack that needs plexi-glass or polycarbonate covers for the amps themselves. Where do you get this stuff custom cut? or how do you cut it yourself?


Easiest way to cut it yourself is with a hacksaw. Put masking tape on BOTH sides where you will be cutting. This makes it easy to mark where the cut will be, keeps the edge from chipping, and helps protect the surface from 'oops' with the blade. Use a fine toothed blade (like you'd use for sheetmetal), and if you have to cut deeper than the saw is high, get a blade holder that holds the blade from one end with a handle (sort of like a file handle).
If you use power tools to cut, you have to be careful not to generate too much heat at the cut, or you'll melt the plastic, and gum up the cutting tool.
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