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Old 10-05-2013, 05:33 PM
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I Went to joanns a store that is a big hobby and crafts store for some stuff .Anyways I bought a yard of Marina vinyl that has UV protection, water proof and its real durable. 17.99 a yard and with tax it was 19 and some Change.I wanted something bolt that stood out but not Like something lime green So I bought some red that's kinda a red/orange.I just plan on doing the door panels and sun visor. The rest of the inside will be a gloss black with a red dash that's like the red vinyl I bought. I'm going to pick up some 3m vinyl spray glue from the parts store come tomorrow.
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Looks good. FYI, you can usually find 50% off coupons around for Joann's too.
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Looks good. FYI, you can usually find 50% off coupons around for Joann's too.
Yes, I got $58.00 off on a purchase this morning, they also have on-line coupons and phone apps..
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I wish I wouldve known this sooner.Today was the first time ive been to the store and boy did I feel out of place
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When I was doing my sub incloser and ring that's where I got my stuff, my red is darker.. And yes I was lost in that store. no idea where to even start to look. HA!

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Do not use 3-M 74 or 77 spray glue, it isn't strong enough or heat resistant enough. Use the 3-M 08090 Super Trim adhesive.
Another good choice in aerosol form is Performance contact adhesive, it works very well, and is a lot cheaper than 3-M products. If this is going overhead, do not use any aerosol. Check out this Wiki article: http://www.crankshaftcoalition.com/w...ntact_adhesive
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Im doing the door panels and sun visor.out of the 2 you posted which is more likely to be sold at the parts store.
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The 3-M 08090, but it will be a lot more expensive. Why not look at an upholstery supply place or an upholstery shop? Is there one near you?
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