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    Default Started some interior mods......

    I recently had my headliner and front a
    pillars done in a grey suede and the other pillars along with the sun visors done in black suede.... next will be to have the seats done in leather.



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    Nice. Looks 100 times better than the stock headliner.

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    Very cool. I want to try my hand at some interior mods this spring/ summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caddiac View Post
    Looks sharp! Are you using a custom trim shop is is that kind of work something most shops can handle?
    I am using a local car/boat interior shop. He also does custom seats for motorcycles and ATV's but for the most part he does auto stuff....I would bet most places could handle these types of mods as they do it every day.

    The sun visors are tricky so you want someone who has done them for a few years. They dont just wrap the sunvisor but open it up at the seams along the edges and then wrap them.

    I wanted to do something to the dash but the labor cost to just pull the dash apart is more than the cost of covering the dash parts!

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    Looks really good!Are you buying the seats or is your shop going to reupholster yours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbomber View Post
    Looks really good!Are you buying the seats or is your shop going to reupholster yours?
    The shop I use wants $1500 to do the seats in the OEM 2 tone colors. I may look in to Katzkin also...

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    I like the contrast between the pillars and the headliner. Really looks great. I have thought of doing my headliner myself (I helped my brother do the headliner in his 'stang twice. Once checkerboard and then black suede). Can't wait to see the seats. Maybe for $1500 they would put a custom logo on them for you or something to set it apart.
    Also on the dash- could you remove it yourself and drop it off for a day and then do the install yourself. To save 50% it may be worth it to do the uninstall/install yourself. Anyways truck looks awesome, nice monitors as well.
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    Please let us know what you end up doing with the seats and how much it cost you!

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    That's the s#!t right there, it looks fantastic. X2 on the 2-tone, really looks sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrigginNoodles View Post
    I like the contrast between the pillars and the headliner. Really looks great. I have thought of doing my headliner myself (I helped my brother do the headliner in his 'stang twice. Once checkerboard and then black suede). Can't wait to see the seats. Maybe for $1500 they would put a custom logo on them for you or something to set it apart.
    Also on the dash- could you remove it yourself and drop it off for a day and then do the install yourself. To save 50% it may be worth it to do the uninstall/install yourself. Anyways truck looks awesome, nice monitors as well.
    Ya I may see about pulling all the dash parts myself.... all the shops say its not hard just time consuming. Maybe after i do the seats I ll tackle that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbomber View Post
    Please let us know what you end up doing with the seats and how much it cost you!
    I will! Thats my next step....well maybe right after I get headers!

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