Rear Cab Wall Carpet

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Rear Cab Wall Carpet

TheScatch
OK so I have been trying to wrap my head around how to best insulate/sound deaden the rear cab panel/bp pillars.

I have had several ideas to cover up any sound deadening material which range from a interior matching custom leather panel ($200ish), to kydex (also $200ish), to just covering it with the behind the seat storage I am going to build hopefully this winter(probably about $150ish). The other option is these carpet panels($55) from LMC. They are listed as an option for 87+ trucks. Does anyone know how these attached from the factory? Held in place by trim?

1986 F-150|Standard Cab|4x2|300Six|C6Transmission w/3.08 rear|Name:TBD
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Re: Rear Cab Wall Carpet

salans7
They're held in place by the metal trim rail below the rear window, and by the B-pillar trim panels on either side.
-Shaun
1980/86/90 Ford F350 4x4 ENG?/NP435/D60-Sterling
2003 Ford Ranger V6/M5OD/8.8
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Re: Rear Cab Wall Carpet

kramttocs
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As another option if you haven't already applied the sound deadening sheets, I thought the dense foam mats looked really good as is. They are black and I don't know about painting them though.
Scott
Daily driver: 'Camano' 1986 F250 Supercab XLT Lariat 460/C6
Work truck: 'Chanute' 1980 F350 C&C 400/T18 - Gin Pole
Various parts trucks