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silver
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silver May 30, 9:45pm - #188748 
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Door panel inserts

I'm going to make my own, but I don't know how to get the stock ones out (I'm talking about the cloth part in the door). All I need is the instructions for Isaac's inserts. Anybody have them?
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VSGTS14 May 30, 10:07pm - #188749 

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i think it's just stuck on there really good

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silver May 30, 10:09pm - #188750 
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Well then how do you put in different ones?
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robare99 May 30, 10:11pm - #188751 

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I think you just leave the stock ones on, and install the new ones over top of them.
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silver May 30, 10:11pm - #188752 
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Oh, I can do that. Thanks.
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corruptor May 31, 12:32am - #188753 

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Do you leave em on the door to do that?
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celicafourotwo May 31, 3:04am - #188754 

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take sum pics of the install bro..i want to do it too..but dont' know the size or what kind of fabric to get..

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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2003cbgts May 31, 4:22am - #188755 

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yea once you get the new ones measured and made, very carefuly lay it over the existing insert and push in all away around with a flat head screwdriver
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silver May 31, 5:11am - #188756 
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With spray glue or not?
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2003cbgts May 31, 5:11pm - #188757 

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nope no need for it. it might soak through and become a little messy.. and you might wanna take it off later. do it with the screwdriver and get it tight and snug and it wont come off for shit!!
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vietnamese2004 May 31, 5:19pm - #188758 

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yes post pics
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celicafourotwo May 31, 10:40pm - #188759 

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anyone recommend any kind of good fabric out there??

Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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tony May 31, 11:11pm - #188760 

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Why try to reinvent the wheel, when everything is already done for you.

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