Originally Posted by the persuader
I had a Coverlay in my old truck from the previous owner. It looked almost factory. I haven't had good luck with LMC parts, so I wouldn't recommend them.
Only issue with the coverlay would be if you needed to get to the heater core/evaporator core, since the coverlay is glued on.
I have been using LMC parts for years (body and interior), with out any issues. I wouldn't recommend using any of their mechanical replacement parts or any online source that doesn't have a brick and mortor building in your area), that's what your local part store is for that way if there is a problem, warranty isn't so hard to get.
But as far as using LMC's Dash Cap, and other interior trim parts, they use doorman products which is who the auto body shops are going to get their parts from.
I just got into an accident with my wife's Blazer back in October. I needed a new grill, bumper and hood. The body shop was going to charge me close to 3000 for all the body parts, I asked them what brand they were and who they were ordering through. They told me that they couldn't tell me who they were getting their parts through, but that the parts were made by Doorman, so I went onto LMC and bought everything I needed for just under a grand. I installed the hood and bumper then took it down to the body shop to have them paint it. Got the paint sprayed on for a little over a hundred.
Once everything was done and pout back together, I had to have my insurance adjuster come out and take pictures of the Blazer (since i have full coverage insurance). The adjuster looked the car over, took his pictures then compared it back to the pictures from 3 years a go when we bought it. He told me it looked better now than it did 3 years a go, he couldn't tell it had ever been smacked.