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Don't they just stick on? The kits I have seen are pretty easy.

Step 1) Peel off backing.

Step 2) Stick on dash trim.

Step 3) Look at car and wonder why you wasted your money on a crappy dash kit.

(step 3 is not for everybody)

Seriously, just prep your dash trim peices with some laquer thinner and start-a-sticking. I imagine that some people have used a better adheisive to ensure the peices don't fall off.
 

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Originally posted by: Fett
Don't they just stick on? The kits I have seen are pretty easy.

Step 1) Peel off backing.

Step 2) Stick on dash trim.

Step 3) Look at car and wonder why you wasted your money on a crappy dash kit.

(step 3 is not for everybody)

Seriously, just prep your dash trim peices with some laquer thinner and start-a-sticking. I imagine that some people have used a better adheisive to ensure the peices don't fall off.

Exactly....thats like saying, "Can someone give me a how to on pumping gas" :shrug:
 

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Exactly....thats like saying, "Can someone give me a how to on pumping gas"
I am sorry, I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain such a detail oriented task. Check back next week and I will go through the tedious task of paying at the pump.
 

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Originally posted by: Fett
Exactly....thats like saying, "Can someone give me a how to on pumping gas"
I am sorry, I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain such a detail oriented task. Check back next week and I will go through the tedious task of paying at the pump.
What about the task of choosing which grade of gas to buy?
 
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