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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-30-2009, 08:23 AM Thread Starter
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Well, I finally got around to putting the Durabak bedliner on the entire outside of my Sub. With all of my other projects going on it took me about 2 weeks in total. It came out pretty good overall, but I don't think I would do it again.
I'm also working on cleaning up the interior. I moved the door lock and power window switches from the drivers door to the center of the dash. That let me remove 10 wires from the drivers door and made it so the front passenger can control all four windows too. This will pave the way for me to make the doors easily removable.
Last month I changed out all of the body mounts for some from Energy Suspension. The front to body mount bolts were so badly rusted I had to replace them and just had to share the pic here.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-01-2009, 07:13 AM
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gota love that stuff. you burb is killer lookin

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lookin good! nice trick with windows, it'll come in handy when the switch goes bad. i was debating on moving mine to the center console, wasn't sure the wires will reach and i am also wanting to install stereo in the console(out of sight) but i'm going to have to wait till i can aford stainless steel to build console that i like, with a good air tight seal and a good lock. any ways it looks sharp!!
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I ended up putting the door lock and window switches in the ash tray. They are on the outside skin of the ash tray door, so they are always out and easy to use. I also put the stereo where the center vent was above the ash tray. Again, right in the middle where both me and my wife can reach them.
This is a temporary solution until I am able to rebuild the entire dash with 1" square tube, aluminum skin and after market gauges. I'll try to remember to post some pics of the mods this week.
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cool!can't wait, are you going with brushed or polished? glare might be a problem?
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