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Has anyone had any experience with rodinterior.com's kits? They seem to be fairly inexpensive (950 bucks for front and rear seat covers,doorpanels, and carpet). I know they aren't totally kustom, but they do have some decent patterns for us cheapos. Anyone had experience w/ any other seat cover kits? Is it hard to make them look good? Thanks!
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Not sure about seat covers or carpet but there doorpanels don't excite me, they are held on with glorified velcro and it dosn't sit flush with the doors so it looks like sheet in my opinion.

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Hi Folks,

As the man behind EZ Boy Rod Interiors I just want to correct the information regarding
door panel attachment . These panels can be attached using any type of fastener you like. All fastener types are available!
The Ready-to-Install panels can attach as stock using stock fasteners. The Trim-to-Fit
panels come with 3m DualLock or any other type you wish, all available...your choice.
These panels are made to match the seat covers for a complete coordinated look.
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Alright scratch my previous statment I was thinking about roddoors.com interiors, not rodinterior.com, I do appologize <img src="graemlins/spank.gif" border="0" alt="[spank]" />

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Kantor also sells kits for redoing the interior. Which they are also extremely inexpensive for doing an entire car over.
I personally am planning on doing it myself and getting the materials from KristKustoms or other site expert. :D
 
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