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2007 Nissan Pathfinder, Fiberglass Projects


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looks good so far man, if i were you i would maybe add an accent piece towards the right side of the panel just so its not so flat and featureless. give the front a body line so-to-speak, it will give it a beveled edge effect just like the rest of the panels in your pathfinder.
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SNS I was thinking the same thing! But it looks to me like he is planning on stretching some fabric over the whole thing based on the raised speaker ring. Am I right Krush?

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I plan to put a raised template shown in black and then FG it Then put a 1/2 boarder around it. This way I can cover the whole thing with vinyl and the boarder pieces with carbon fiber vinyl and the speaker cover in black paint to match the car.... sorry i know its had to understand it from what I've write. But, in simple, there is no way
I'm leaving the panel flat. Ive seen and learned way to much from this site to do that.
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Stated out on the templates for the doors. I made both of them out of 1/4" MDF. Used a 1/4" rabbit bit to make the inner template, next will be to bondo it to make a 1/4" trim peace. Then onto the trim plate for the flat end.
2007 Nissan Pathfinder, Fiberglass Projects - Page 8 -- posted image.
2007 Nissan Pathfinder, Fiberglass Projects - Page 8 -- posted image.
I wont be using the ring, just put there to give me a idea of the set up.
2007 Nissan Pathfinder, Fiberglass Projects - Page 8 -- posted image.
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its definitely coming together nicely. carbon fiber vinyl? please tell me you arent planning to use the stick on vinyl that looks like a checkerboard? or do you mean fabric vinyl? either way, check out the 3m carbon fiber stick on vinyl, its about as real looking as it gets. its stick on vinyl so it will take a little bit of practice to apply to your curved surfaces.
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any updates man?
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