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Unread 08-24-2011, 06:32 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by TheDozarian View Post
Everything was on the cheap at Walmart, Killa. The most expensive thing I bought was a new Torx set that had the T-50 bit for the shoulder belt bolts. Here's what I bought:

3M Headline Spray Adhesive x2 - $20
5'x8' Dark Grey Fleece Fabric - $12
Torx Bit Set - $23

Granted, I had a basic Torx set and and all the other tools I needed. Which, by the way, was just a phillips-head screwdriver, flat-tip screwdriver, the torx driver (I can't recall what size), and maybe a pair of pliers.

So all in all, I have $55 dollars in it. And my time. I'd recommend havin' a second set of hands, if you can, as it'll help holding it up while you're re-installing it.
how do you wrap her? or did you just spray and push her against the body?

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Unread 08-24-2011, 11:49 AM   #17
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After I took out the liner and cleaned it, I sprayer it down twice with adhesive and then carefully sat the blanket down on it. I quickly hand-pressed it down onto the liner and worked out the bubbles.

After that I cut out the console and screw holes. I mad sure to drape enough over all the edges so that it could be tucked up and under upon installation. Hope that helps!
I have nothing to say at this time. That is all.
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Unread 08-24-2011, 12:22 PM   #18
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My buddie did this in his cummins. He used a camo fabric and spray adhesive. IMO it looks better than the stock liner. I might have him do it im my jeep but the liner is fine and its hard ruining it.
White zj 6in. 33x12.5 1995

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