Door panel fitment question

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I need some new door panels for my 94' Yukon, looking at some listed that are for the K1500, they look identical. Dont really care how they look or match the rest of the truck, my old ones are super done and in many pieces. Anyone know if door panels are the same over all models? Thanks
 

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There is a huge difference in price for the yukon door compared to the K1500 door. The Pictured K1500 door panel looks like whats on it now, the top isn't upholstered. The yukon door panel is completely covered in carpet.
 

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A Normal truck door panel is very different than early model SUVs (94 and earlier) unless they are from a crew cab. The placement of the window switches is different and power mirrors won’t be there.
 

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Thats what I was thinking, they have a picture that says "for identification purposes only". It shows the bezel for the window switches, and its the same as the one shown for the yukon, and the same as mine. Just trying to make sure there no trickery going on before I spend $200 extra dollars, But if the window switches are in a different place, it definitely wont work. Thanks for the info.
 

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The window switch are in a different location but you can cutout the truck door panel to match the SUV very easy.

I cut a template out of one of my junk door panels and laid it on the non suv one and cut it out
 

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The window switch are in a different location but you can cutout the truck door panel to match the SUV very easy.

I cut a template out of one of my junk door panels and laid it on the non suv one and cut it out
Yep. You can go one way but can't go the other. Can't cut that hole any smaller once it's done. :)

Richard
 

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I think the holes should be bigger for the Yukon ones. Both of those look like the truck style except one is the more deluxe version that is upholstered similar to an original silverado trim one.
Here is a pic I found that has the cutout for the SUV style panels; like someone else said it looks like you can just cut a little bit to give room to install the plastic piece that has the window switches and such.
 

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Looks like selecting a Suburban gets the right looking part from Coverlay. Same panel just two less window switches in the bezel, right?

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