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pmendoza408 
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Posted: December 04, 2006 at 1:28 AM / IP Logged  
dude that looks clean was it hard to do the two tone in there? (the insert)
killer sonata 
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looks good from what i can tell. its hard to get a true erspective on it since there are finger lines all over it. tough to tell if there is any area you need to improve on.
asianjack 
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first attempt with suede - Page 2 -- posted image.

painted the insert part the same color of my car. and you can tell where i need help on, that part by the speaker

and no the two tone wasnt hard because that part comes off

asianjack 
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first attempt with suede - Page 2 -- posted image.
prittsaudio 
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Why does sued always look dirty? I started refusing to use it.
memphis9 
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looks good nice job!!
G-Boys Customz
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looks good nice job!!
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killer sonata 
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looks a little better in that last pic. did you suede over the stock speaker hole?
asianjack 
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thanks everyone.

yeah i put suede over the speaker hole. i couldnt pop it off for some reason so i gave up and just sueded on top of it

killer sonata 
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Posted: December 07, 2006 at 8:20 AM / IP Logged  
Oh ok. I only asked because I can still see the outline of where the stock speaker location is. If you ever plan on recovering the panel, my suggestion would be to use some body filler and smooth out the stock speaker location so when you cover it, it has a smooth transition. Where are your speakers now by the way?
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