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      03-13-2016, 03:26 AM   #1
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DIY - Two tone front interior doors E92

DIY - Two tone front door cards E92

The two tone upgrade continues with this DIY showing how to create a custom two tone door cards.

Follows on from the rear door card DIY, so please read the rear door DIY as many of the steps are repeated and are covered in less detail in the DIY

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...9#post19559299

For attaching the panels to the door cards use 8G X 13 mm screws with 3/16" washers


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Why does this post have no replies?? Awesome job!

How did you reassemble everything after you bored out the screws? Epoxy?

I'm thinking of doing the same with my creme beige interior. Already swapped out the dash to all-black!
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I agree, first rate job, well done bud.

Do the side sill kick plates, seat bases and backs and then the isofix covers in the rear seats as well.
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This post did not get enough LOVE!

I am in the process of doing this on my coupe. Black / gray. Also changing out the carpet to black.

Great write up! Any idea what the "Bore" bit is called?

Thanks!
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This brought a whole new light to Beige interior. This is easily one of my favorite interior setups i have ever seen in an E9x
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This post did not get enough LOVE!

I am in the process of doing this on my coupe. Black / gray. Also changing out the carpet to black.

Great write up! Any idea what the "Bore" bit is called?

Thanks!
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This brought a whole new light to Beige interior. This is easily one of my favorite interior setups i have ever seen in an E9x
Thanks guys
I have done quite a few of these DIYs
Covering lots of stuff from swapping out fenders to replacing the headliner

Just open advance search and type in DIY and Socket (under user)
Narrow the search by scrolling down to "DIY guides" in the "search in forum(s)" list in the lower right
Otherwise you will get 5 pages of hits lol

This is the next in the series covering the rear door cards, consoles, carpets etc
Enjoy

https://www.e90post.com/forums/showt...&highlight=DIY
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What do you mean by screw the center piece in place? Did you use self-tappers to attach the new beige center piece?
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What do you mean by screw the center piece in place? Did you use self-tappers to attach the new beige center piece?
Sorry it was covered in the rear card mod
8G X 13 mm screws with 3/16" washers

https://www.e90post.com/forums/showt...1226374&page=2
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One of the most comprehensive DIY threads I've seen.

Looks great, I was planning to do the same to my interior if I can find a black set.
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One of the most comprehensive DIY threads I've seen.

Looks great, I was planning to do the same to my interior if I can find a black set.
Thanks Antho
If you like this, I have done a few over the years
Best of luck with ur build mate



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Looks like e90post doesn't want you linking to e90post. Every one of those links is broken.
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