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      11-26-2012, 12:06 AM   #1
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Wrapped my center console trim in leather

it something that ive wanted to do for a while so i decided to do it and its the best interior mod i have ever done, it feels amazing and came out great besides around the idrive controller. i didnt sand it down enough to allow for the added material, ill fix it at some point. idk why suede looks purple in pictures but it obviously isnt purple
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Wow that looks really good, where did you get the material?
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Wow that looks really good, where did you get the material?
"joannes fabric" just a local fabric store than happen to have exactly what i wanted
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"joannes fabric" just a local fabric store than happen to have exactly what i wanted
Oh yea there's a couple around here, thanks for the info
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Does having your seat warmer on make your car faster?
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Does having your seat warmer on make your car faster?
oh hey jon, actually it makes it slower because of the increased electrical load
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What kind of adhesive did you use?

What was the original trim?
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"joannes fabric" just a local fabric store than happen to have exactly what i wanted
hahahh, that's where I got my material to wrap mine!!!! looks good

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Nice work! I would do this one day when my black wood gets too many scratches
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What kind of adhesive did you use?

What was the original trim?
i used contact cement and i just wrapped my stock wood trim, the rest of the trim will be done in carbon fiber
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