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Finished Carpet and Door Panels

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by AZPiNsTrIpEd, Feb 2, 2006.

  1. AZPiNsTrIpEd

    AZPiNsTrIpEd 1/2 ton status

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    Well I just finished the carpet(thx big pappa b) and door panels. I also re-herculined the bed since it was about 4 yrs old and faded. I still need to wrap up some odds and ends like the interior rear speaker panels and small pieces of trim.

    I havent had door panels on my truck for about 2 yrs and I must say, they make a huge difference in road noise:eek: . That is all, let me know what yall think.

    Oh yeah... here's the link: http://community.webshots.com/user/AZpInStRiPeD

    Its under interior. duh.
     
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    Looks good. BTW, how did the "re-herculining" go? I've been considering laying another coat on mine, but wasn't sure how to go about preparing it. Didn't make much sense to sand and Xylene an esisiting coat of Herculiner, but wasn't sure how it would adhere otherwise.
     
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    Good Job, looks clean.
     
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    It seemed to stick pretty well to the already applied stuff. I just sprayed it out with a hose and made sure there was no left over dirt anywhere and just went to town. I checked it after it dried and it seems to be holding up well. The true test will be when I have it loaded with spare parts, tools and camping gear. By the way thanks for the compliments!
     
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    Wow, what a difference! Looks really good. BTW, nice Jeep Liberty ad!
     

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