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Interior swap

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Hello everyone, I figured I would make a thread to showing my interior swap. I’m going from a 2008 gmc 2500 to a 2017 Chevy high country interior. So far I’ve swapped over the back seat and carpet. Back seat bolts directly in.

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Shouldn’t you be cleaning it as you go along, rather than  trying to do everything at the end?

it looks like one heck of an upgrade.

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Cleaning as in what? Vacuum and clean the carpets? Well yes I will go back and do that but for now everything is getting mocked up then torn apart, dyno  matted and interior pieces painted. There is a method to my madness lol

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Better looking seats, center console, dash and steering wheel, and bc I can lol i like custom stuff 

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I was thinking about the the seats and all the big pieces. The leather looks like it could use some love. I didn’t realize you were just mocking up for now. I just thought it would be a lot easier to clean the pieces before installing them. I am looking forward to seeing the finished product. It is an enormous upgrade that will really look phenomenal when done. I agree that you’re a glutton for punishment, as I’m certain that there is a lot of custom work required for it to fit even remotely correctly. But what a huge payoff when it’s done. Where did you get the complete interior?

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seats need a little love not much, and i got them in. i had to remove the mounts from the original seats and had to weld them onto the new seats. So now is to get all the wiring ready for the dash

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That looks so sweet...I was thinking about swapping to leather from my cloth but was thinking of keeping it to same generation. 

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