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Old 05-16-2013, 09:37 PM   #1
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Vinyl wrap

And know how to remove the little panel were the door handle is on the inside and how to remove the panel were the headlight switch is?
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what exactly are you doing??
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what exactly are you doing??
I want to wrap them with carbon fiber vinyl wrap like I did my dash
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I want to wrap them with carbon fiber vinyl wrap like I did my dash
oh damn that looks awesome. where are getting the vinyl from??
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oh damn that looks awesome. where are getting the vinyl from??
A wholesale banner place here in Phoenix
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Ok so here it is all finished
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Ok so here it is all finished
That looks sick man. Nice job.
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The door insert just pulls out with flat head easily , the lights I think have a bolt on the bottom. Have to pull the piece under the steering wheel first to get to it. If I remember rite , it's been a while.
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Ok so here it is all finished
Do you have a pic of the e-brake area not ture how to make it form to that part I did the dash and gauges months ago no problem.

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Do you have a pic of the e-brake area not ture how to make it form to that part I did the dash and gauges months ago no problem.
I trimmed it at the edge them plastidiped the area that I couldn't cover.
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Looks great. Especially the dash.
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Looks great. Especially the dash.
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Dude...that's some insane detail!

Looks amazing!
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Looks good man I didn't do mine bc I I wasn't sure on the e brake but may have to do it now lol . What has to be done to take radio trim off?
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Looks good man I didn't do mine bc I I wasn't sure on the e brake but may have to do it now lol . What has to be done to take radio trim off?
Two screws at the bottom then the face plate pops off then flip it over then remove the 6 or 8 screws on the back to remove the buttons
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Thanks man !
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