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Old 07-04-2013, 02:42 PM
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well guys, i bought some carbon fiber vinyl to wrap some of my interior pieces.. i had a 2011 1500 sport and i do not like the silver trim inside the truck so i was going to just wrap in in carbon.

well upon further inspection, it appears that the dash bezel is all one peice (meaning the silver side pieces do not separate from the black center that goes around the radio?) is this correct? looks to be that the center console is the same way..

not sure how im going to wrap it if thats the case as i was only planning on doing the silver pieces and leaving the centers black..
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Old 07-05-2013, 09:19 AM
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I asked our vinyl wrap guy about this at work cause I'm going to do the same to mine. He said patient a stable hand and careful trimming of the vinyl. He lays the vinyl on the face then carefully trims the sides so they will just tuck in between the pieces then he uses and thin trim tool to carefully tuck it down between them. He has far more patience than I. His wraps are amazing though.
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