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Old 03-25-2014, 08:56 AM   #36
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When you do the adhesive and clear coats, do you have to wait till it complete drys to do the next step?
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When you do the adhesive and clear coats, do you have to wait till it complete drys to do the next step?

Absolutely, always give the stuff enough time to dry.
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Old 03-27-2014, 06:27 PM   #38
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So everything has been removed!! Got the seats the back seats the center console, the lower kick board and the floor rail at the door on both sides. Now just need idea I'm thinking adding black to the carpets then black to the floor rails. And then which I'm not sure of is making the lid on the center console black and the ashtray cover. What you think?
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Black to the carpets and rails for sure!
Black to everything unless you want two tone!
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A little update from yesterday, everything is turning out good, the back seats the blue isn't at bright as it looks in the pic it's very dark blue. Just got paint prep the inside of the car and the carpets will get there first coats.
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I'm painting this piece here black for my 98 as they only ever came in 01-04 cars which were charcoal as the darkest color.







However I prefer just swapping interiors if you want to change color. I did mine in 2012. Completely ripped the interior out down to its dirty bits.



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But like I said I will have to paint for this console and this thread is a good refernce point. Now that its warming up I can put it on a coat hanger, spray it and let it setup for a week and then install a redline boot and I'll finally have a cupholder that is functional for holding my morning fix.
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Nice set up Scotty, that came out amazing. You think that center console will fit in my 94? Cause I hate the ashtray that's on mine, just looks trashy. Also I painted the rod cover of my center console black and it looks great. Let us know how yours comes out all black maybe I will do the same.
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Floorpans changed in 2001 but the piece still fits and bolts down secure just fine. There will just be like a 1" gap between the carpet and the back right corner of the console. Nobody will ever see it unless they sit back there and even if they do, who cares? Usable cupholders and the foglight switch in a position I can actually hit without looking down by my hip will be nice. Plus when I do it I'm doing a redline e-brake boot, shifter boot and maybe a armrest skin too as well as getting around to using one of their steering wheel re-covering kits for $120 vs $500 for a GT500 wheel if you can even find one new anymore.
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A little update from yesterday, everything is turning out good, the back seats the blue isn't at bright as it looks in the pic it's very dark blue. Just got paint prep the inside of the car and the carpets will get there first coats.

How'd you get the rails out?
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How'd you get the rails out?
Pull up
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How'd you get the rails out?

It's very simple, just use a pry tool to get at the metal clips that are holding it down. Also it has to plastic hooks I guess you could call them that that will also need to be pryed up.
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It's very simple, just use a pry tool to get at the metal clips that are holding it down. Also it has to plastic hooks I guess you could call them that that will also need to be pryed up.

Awesome, I haven't even touched em, so I wanted to make sure before I just started prying em off
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It's very simple, just use a pry tool to get at the metal clips that are holding it down. Also it has to plastic hooks I guess you could call them that that will also need to be pryed up.
I have never done ANYTHING like that. You get a grip on them with your fingers and just yank up, they pop right off. If a metal clip gets stuck on the body after the plastic is off you grab some pliers, pop it off and re-install on the scuff panel.

The sill plates are a bit tricky though but THOSE are something I would not paint. Those you just get hot as hell with a heat gun, get an end loose and then just peel it off since its just held on by 3M tape.
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I have never done ANYTHING like that. You get a grip on them with your fingers and just yank up, they pop right off. If a metal clip gets stuck on the body after the plastic is off you grab some pliers, pop it off and re-install on the scuff panel.



The sill plates are a bit tricky though but THOSE are something I would not paint. Those you just get hot as hell with a heat gun, get an end loose and then just peel it off since its just held on by 3M tape.

Yea ur pretty much right just pull up but after you pull up one corner it's a little easier to slide something under there
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