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Old 05-31-2012, 08:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, I just got my Roadwire kit installed, pictures to come, but I still have a few pieces that don't flow with my interior.

The 2 tan pieces under dash: under glovebox and under steering wheel. I don't know if I should paint or wrap these


The tan parts on the door (seen on first picture and next). I don't know if I can take the pieces apart to wrap/paint.
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Roadwire kit look good How much was the kit,and how was the install. This is the brand i'm looking at, i have a qoute of $1400 installed
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What am I looking at
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Roadwire kit look good How much was the kit,and how was the install. This is the brand i'm looking at, i have a qoute of $1400 installed
that's not the kit lol. those are from Google, I haven't taken photos yet. trying to get the doors and panels redone first.

I was quoted at 1250: that's 2-tone leather seats with red double-stitching.
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What am I looking at
lower glovebox, tan piece under steering wheel on dash.
the tan pieces on doors
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Paint them if your broke. Wrap them if you have $$$
I painted mine. holding up well. Thinking about painting mine blue to match the truck. The only pic I can find handy
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Docileddragons: I'm actually talking about the door armrests and glovebox pieces that are tan.... not the dash itself
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I'm dealing with the same problem, my pieces under the steering wheel and the glove box are gray. I'm going to remove them and vinyl dye them black. The armrests on the door panels do come apart. My armrests were gray on a black door panel so I took them off and painted them black with SEM vinyl dye. Looks much better now..
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Wrapped Doors?

You can paint them with vinyl and leather paint from sem it works very well and remains flexible. Prep is key make sure to get the plastic leather prep clean and use It before painting, when I am doing an interior I

1: wash the part with dish soap and water then dry
2: wipe clean very thoroughly with acetone
3: spray and wipe plastic/leather prep clean
4: paint 3-5 very thin coats of sem plastic/leather flexible coating

I have had very good results the only time there is a problem is when something sharp scrapes the panel.


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Can the armrests be removed without taking the entire panel off the door?
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I'm dealing with the same problem, my pieces under the steering wheel and the glove box are gray. I'm going to remove them and vinyl dye them black. The armrests on the door panels do come apart. My armrests were gray on a black door panel so I took them off and painted them black with SEM vinyl dye. Looks much better now..
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