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Discussion in 'Interior Modifications' started by Hitman, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. Hitman

    Hitman Active Member

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    ok Im finishing the Interior but one thing stands in my way and its pissing me off!!!! How do I remove the part thats under the Glove compartment Steven any diagrams on removing the interior :dontknow:
     
  2. KETCHUP

    KETCHUP Active Member

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    Ive taken parts of that off. What exactally are you referring too. Got a pic?
     
  3. TitanRattler813

    TitanRattler813 Active Member

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    Are you talking about the glovebox? the entire lower dash? The black cover that's still attached after you take the glovebox off?

    pics?!?! Where u at anyway? Are you still way SouthEast, out in Chandler or wherever that is?
     
  4. Hitman

    Hitman Active Member

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    Sean im in Cooper and Riggs in Chandler, I will Post pics soon hold on

    This is what I want to remove this thing is being a BITTTCH!!!!! :argh:

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    And this is what has been completed so far I have the door panels but HOw do I remove the Carpet thing??

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  5. TitanRattler813

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    I can't see it, but if it's making you mad, it's probably something you're not doing right. Look for some more screws/bolts. If you cant find any, just pull real hard
     
  6. ICEMAN

    ICEMAN "I drive in the dirt"

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    Looks like the top cover has to be removed before you can get that off, look for more bolts as Sean said. Damn it, where is Steven, he is usually all over this stuff. I looked for a diagram on our site, no luck.
     
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    the carpet armrest in the door needs to be melted to be removed. Take a torch and melt the plastic melt point on the backside. then use sheet metal screws to put the armrest back

    as far as the lower dash goes, remove the weather stripping on the door to get a better look of the sides. Take all the screws out and everything is held in by plastic clips and screws so it should all pull straight out if you yank on it.
     
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    ICEMAN "I drive in the dirt"

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    Steven, Can you make a sticky of those links in the appropriate thread/section? Thanks!
     
  10. Hitman

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    OK I FINALLY GOT IT IM SOOOOOO HAPPYYY RIGHT NOWWW THANK YOU THANK YOU STEVEN - these caps are of excitement and Happyness lolololol :laugh:
     
  11. TitanRattler813

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    Oh thats cold... I gets no love. Rescue, my azz...
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    Screw all you guys, I hate you!!!! :argh:

    I found it first :aetsch:
     
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  12. T0LLPHR33

    T0LLPHR33 "Catwoman"

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    you know what they say sean, "NO GLOVE NO LOVE..."...:rofl::rofl::rofl:

     
  13. Hitman

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    I meant it for Everyone!!! sorry the excitement of finally geting this thing off overwhelmed me lol MAD props to you Sean!!! and steven and everyone else!!!! :top: :top:
     
  14. TitanRattler813

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    I know what you meant :laugh:

    I know Steven is the man. :adore:

    Trying to find stuff before him is more fun than any of these Arcade games we have :rofl:
     
  15. RedXRunner

    RedXRunner "Splash Baby Douchecanoe"

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    what are you painting this with? i wanna see the finish product!:top:
     
  16. Tapp

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    yea what paint!! do a complete write up!!!!!! i want to do mine as well..!!
     
  17. TitanRattler813

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    He's using the duplicolor vinyl & fabric paint/dye
     
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    I wish I had a garage.. that's what my living room/bedroom look like :laugh:
     

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