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    Upgraded trunk liner, glove box liner, & more

    Some easy mods to start with anyone can do.
    First that flimsy cargo bay had to go so i went to home depot and got some 1/4" shelving material and made a sturdy replacement , they also had some floor matting with the rubber backing so i picked some up and got rid of the cheap matt and made one .




    Then i used the same material to line the glove box and the little cubbies







    That's it for now but next is an arm rest , seat covers, rubber floor matts …ect and i'll post pics when i'm done



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    Made some rubber floor mats , the material was $7 at home depot and it's about 3/8" thick.




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    Looks good!

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    Nice!

    The only thing I would have done differently on the driver's side would have been to extend the material up the dead pedal. That carpet will wear faster. A couple of members have mentioned this already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    Nice!

    The only thing I would have done differently on the driver's side would have been to extend the material up the dead pedal. That carpet will wear faster. A couple of members have mentioned this already.
    thought about that too but my left leg is a prosthetic leg and it doest come close to it.

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    wow! awesome job...I can't even cut wrapping paper straight.haha

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    Nice clean mods. I added your thread to our mods list! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Nice clean mods. I added your thread to our mods list! Thanks for sharing.

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    Cool , there will be more , next i'll fab up my own center arm rest and i'll add detailed pics when i do.

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    That look pretty slick. Nice weekend project!

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    Got my arm rest too .













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