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Old 06-26-2013, 05:11 AM
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Rob, I haven't gotten a chance yet to go look at the door panels I have. I'll try to do it tomorrow bud.
Thanks Bill. I appreciate it.
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Hoze" I didn't save the link but if you just google it you will find lots of information and some video, looked at a couple of video's and thought 3M looked like a simpler process..My first thought was this stuff would be good for a dash repair and many other things. ( I won't call you Hoze" if you don't call me Rog) OK
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Fake carbon fiber ===> "rice, rice, baby...."

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To each their own. I'd agree if we were talking doing the whole dash or something. But, in my not so humble opinion, doing some sort of a wrap or dip on the trim pieces like we are talking about would just give a nice custom touch and personalize a rig.
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I'll take "boring black" XLT pieces if they are available. I have mine, but the PO tore them off and then tried to glue them back on.
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JMO---- Here is a link to some of the things that the appearance can be altered on, iit's juat a matter of taste , likes and dislikes. It seams to me a little like paint to change the appearance of an object and possibly make it more durable. The link just shows some of the possibilities. It's just a skin covering not at all the same as structural carbon fiber.
This is the link I should have added.
Let me Google that for you...
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To do would be install 6.0 intercooler (need pipes and boots)

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JMO---- Here is a link to some of the things that the appearance can be altered on, iit's juat a matter of taste , likes and dislikes. It seams to me a little like paint to change the appearance of an object and possibly make it more durable. The link just shows some of the possibilities. It's just a skin covering not at all the same as structural carbon fiber.
Let me Google that for you...
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Rob, I've got the trim for the two front doors, and the passenger side rear, don't have the driver side rear.
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I had the wrong link in a previous post, tried to edit the post but I couldn't seem to edit or change the link
This is the one I should have used
Let me Google that for you...
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OK I must have just had another brain fart Let me try to get the link correct now, if this won't work I'll quit trying
Let me Google that for you...
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JMO---- Here is a link to some of the things that the appearance can be altered on, iit's juat a matter of taste , likes and dislikes. It seams to me a little like paint to change the appearance of an object and possibly make it more durable. The link just shows some of the possibilities. It's just a skin covering not at all the same as structural carbon fiber.
This is the link I should have added.
carbon fiber - Google Search
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JMO---- Here is a link to some of the things that the appearance can be altered on, iit's juat a matter of taste , likes and dislikes. It seams to me a little like paint to change the appearance of an object and possibly make it more durable. The link just shows some of the possibilities. It's just a skin covering not at all the same as structural carbon fiber.carbon fiber - Google Search
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I had the wrong link in a previous post, tried to edit the post but I couldn't seem to edit or change the link
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OK I must have just had another brain fart Let me try to get the link correct now, if this won't work I'll quit trying
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Very interesting vid! Bill i sent you a PM about the trim, thanks.
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