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onamission

Switch Panels

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onamission

Got started on my winter projects, redid the switch panels to look like carbon fiber.

May to the gauge panel also.

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Nitrousbird

I assume that is carbon wrap? Looks good if it is. Stands out a bit more than the factory "carbon" pieces on my SS.

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martinarcher

I dig it! Thumbup.gif

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Indyxc

Looks slick, how did you do those ? :thumbup:

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Pistol Pete

Yeah,

but,

you don't want the "chrome" style Ndawg links.

My link

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Ndawg12

Yeah,

but,

you don't want the "chrome" style Ndawg links.

My link

Agreed, I've seen exactly what the OP used at my local AZ, the have a few different types.

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robtr8

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I'm using 3M's di noc. You can really stretch this stuff around corners.

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LS-One

I was thinking of doing the same on my new to me Sunsetter Lx to somewhat dress up an antique dash, looks good.

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onamission

Just finished up the gauge panel to match, with a little heat the M500 3D vinyl stretched nicely.

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robtr8

Well done.

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onamission

The full package

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Bawshogg

The full package

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Looks nice. I like.

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dalt1

The full package

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Did you take all your switches out when you wrapped them? I did that when I switched to chromed panels. Lots of wires to keep track of.

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onamission

I pulled the switches one at a time, marked the wires and then hooked the switch back up out of the panel. Its a little time consuming, but nothing gets wired wrong.

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