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Forged carbon fiber interior trim

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Looks pretty awesome! Where'd you pick that up?

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1 minute ago, KrisH said:

Looks pretty awesome! Where'd you pick that up?

I did it myself. Its a vinyl wrap.

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are the trim pieces pretty easy to pop off and back on?

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Finally got all the trim pieces back from getting wrapped. I think it came out great. Totally transforms the interior. 

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Look's good

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On 6/2/2020 at 9:29 AM, pschne1 said:

Finally got all the trim pieces back from getting wrapped. I think it came out great. Totally transforms the interior. 

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Nice

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On 6/2/2020 at 9:29 AM, pschne1 said:

Finally got all the trim pieces back from getting wrapped. I think it came out great. Totally transforms the interior. 

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How did you find was easiest to remove trim pieces?

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I used plastic trim removal tools. The radio bezel popped right off. Start at the bottom corner and work around. The door and console trim took a little more force, but still not difficult. Start at the front of each piece because there is a tab that holds the back in place that will not allow it to pop out until you loosen the front. Overall took about 10 minutes to remove them all. 

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Forged carbon looks awesome, if I had the black interior I’d do it

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On 6/2/2020 at 8:29 AM, pschne1 said:

Finally got all the trim pieces back from getting wrapped. I think it came out great. Totally transforms the interior. 

 
 

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Who did you send them to/ what design did they use? Would love to get this done.

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ACI Dynamixin Seymour Ct. not sure exactly which vinyl they used.  I just told them carbon fiber and this is what they had. 

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3 hours ago, pschne1 said:

ACI Dynamixin Seymour Ct. not sure exactly which vinyl they used.  I just told them carbon fiber and this is what they had. 

What was the cost on this?  Was this place close to you or did you ship the parts out?

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They are near me, but I assume they would do it if you sent them the pieces. It took them like 2 days to do it and cost about $120 total. Ask for Omar if you call them. He was really nice. Let him know you heard about them from Pete with the Silverado. He was interested because he is looking at getting a Trail Boss and checked out mine when I picked up the pieces. 

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