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Old 03-20-2005, 11:14 AM   #1
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Covering the back peice, under the rear window in leather?

Just wondering if anyone has seen it or know if it can be done, I assume the carpet on it alread is a pita to remove....
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Wait...you're wanting to cover your rear dash with leather? Probably wouldn't be that bad...Just take out your rear deck, pull the carpet off, and lay leather on it.
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i just dont like the fuzz
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i just dont like the fuzz



tahts actually a pretty cool idea, let us know how it goes if you decide to do it.
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i just dont like the fuzz
It sucks so bad. Everytime I go back there to clean the window it just catches all the lint from the towel. I might just use a different form of carpet one day.
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i think it would be real easy since its such a small area.
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do you have leather interior? If you do I think it would look real good as long as it matches.
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Vinyl would be easier. sounds like a couple cans of 3M spray adhiesive and about a 6er of beers on a hot day. Do it in the sun, so's the stuff will streatch easier. Pics are a must. If you were local, I'd give you a hand. Shouldn't be that hard, just time comsuming.
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I assume the carpet on it alread is a pita to remove....
It just lifts out, and if I remember, it's premolded like the carpet in the trunk. Your probably gonna need to redo cut in in foam and then cover the foam. Might as well do speaker grilles while your back there, too.
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It just lifts out, and if I remember, it's premolded like the carpet in the trunk. Your probably gonna need to redo cut in in foam and then cover the foam. Might as well do speaker grilles while your back there, too.
When I redid the carpet in my trunk...I sprayed it down with 3M and just stretched the new carpet over the old.
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