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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby RedHorse 823 » Aug 07 2012, 11:43pm

Nice...Looks great
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby rsollman » Dec 20 2012, 11:41pm

That looks amazing for the low amount of $$$ and work. Screw it! Mod the dog too! haha
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby Welcher774 » Sep 08 2013, 3:50pm

Lol at mod the dog! Classic. I ordered mine from metrorestyling.com should arrive tomorrow. I got 12x24, a special glove to wrap with for $50 delivered. Did you wrap the glovebox and door interior grab handles on the vech or pull em and do on a bench? Also did you have to use a heat gun a all? The outcome looks great. The door window switches come out after you remove the grab handles, the part you covered are in two parts, lightly pry up from bottom and work way up then use a 10mm socket to remove one or two bolts, then window switch pry up from the back of vech pops right out. Thanks for posting pics.
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby slw206 » Oct 26 2013, 4:29am

i find it so funny how some guys covering their wood grain with carbon fiber or aluminum vinyl wraps while others with aluminum trim are going to wrap with wood Vinyl.. We need to start trading pieces.
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby newtuner » Nov 03 2013, 5:17pm

So do we agree you only need a 12"x24" sheet to do all the wood grain trim? I have a crew cab like the OP. By the looks of it all the wood grain should just pop out of its clips? Does the whole window switch assembly pop out or is that bolted in?
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby newtuner » Nov 26 2013, 6:16am

Well finally got around to wrapping all my Wood Grain trim. I wanted to use 3M, but they only make 8 colours. I went with a Chines brand that is good enough for interior pieces. A little different, but I really like it.



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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby ricka182 » Nov 26 2013, 4:08pm

Looks good newtuner...

And I got to ask.. Is that a Tough Mudder headband hanging from the mirror?
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby newtuner » Nov 26 2013, 7:16pm

you are correct sir. I did the Mudder in Whistler BC last summer. I will be running the Toronto one next summer. It was kind of my inspiration for the Orange vinyl.
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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby ricka182 » Nov 26 2013, 7:58pm

Nice! I ran the New England course in 2011, and the Boston/NH course this year. Great times, and the sense of completion is like no other. I love running through Shock Therapy with my arms open wide! I'm hoping to return to the New England course in VT for next year, but still have to convince the wife I won't die..

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Re: No more wood grain!

Postby newtuner » Nov 28 2013, 1:36am

Thats awesome man, best of luck on your future races.
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