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Re: Carbon Fiber Film

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I want to do this exact thing in my 07, but I was also thinking to see if an '08 bezel would fit in here. I bought a Stock Magnum SRT8 Nav Bezel and used it in my Magnum SRt8 that didn't come with NAV and it worked just fine. The bezel was the only changes I had to make to get a Factory Nav into my Magnum SRT when I had it, so I am thinking a simple bezel swap should work here. Let me see if my buddy with a factory nav in his '10 will let me pull his off and test fit it on my jeep.

I know my cousin has a 06 charger and all he did was put the NAV bezel and it workd just fine...now couple things for the Jeep this picture the bezel is stock none nav he cutom fitted to fit the nav bezel for the 05-06 are diffrent the 07-09 are also diffrent any one wanna chime on the 07+ bezels ?
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No pics, I know I am such a tease, BUT the film came in, and I installed it on the front bumper trim, and all 4 doors moldings today. It looks Awesome. I am VERY happy with the quality, and the fact that it is a little glossier than the DiNoc, but not too shiny. I will post up some pics tomorrow, I promise
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Re: Carbon Fiber Film

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how was it getting it to like bend around the back of the trim?? lots of heat??
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how was it getting it to like bend around the back of the trim?? lots of heat??
Well, it was in the mid to high 80's yesterday, and I brought out my heat gun, but never used it. The only tough spot of all 5 pieces was the very rear of the 2 front doors, where the edge doubles back. I was able to stretch it around the edge, but settled on 2 or 3 small ridges on each the rear facing edge of each one. Once installed you cant even see them. The only trouble I had was when my body guy filled the Grand Cherokee part of the front doors he shot a little primer over the front half. As I was installing the vinyl it actually started pulling the primer off the trim, so I scrapped that piece of vinyl and sanded all the primer off, after that it was smooth sailing. I am pretty happy, as this was my first attempt ever at working with vinyl, and it came out excellent. It was very easy to work with, and very forgiving. I still have to remove the rear bumper trim and cover it, and I have enough to do my console, doors and dash as well. I was thinking I would order Neffy wrap for the interior pieces, but after seeing this film installed, I am using it inside as well. I promise to have pictures tonight or this weekend. I am really hoping for tonight, as the weather seems to have broken, and it is sunny and clear today, I took tomorrow off to go to the beach at Michigan City, and would really like to take the grand. Once again fingers crossed.
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Re: Carbon Fiber Film

Lets see... great work.

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Re: Carbon Fiber Film

Man I need some black wheels!
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Sorry the picture is a little blurry, but I did the Radio Bezel, console, and dash center stack:
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Re: Carbon Fiber Film

I still need to do the rear bumper (How does the chrome trim come off the rear bumper anyways?) and the switch bezels on the doors.
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Looks nice.
Thanks, it was your posts that inspired me to do mine. Next up is doing the dash, door panels pillars and headliner in leather / alcantra
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Re: Carbon Fiber Film

Did the back today:





I also painted the reverse sensors, and while I had the paint out I did the exhaust tips. I wanted to see how I liked the black exhaust, and I dig it. I used professional SEM trim paint, I'll see how it holds up, otherwise I'll have to sut the tips off, have them powder coated, and weld them back on. I also had enough vinyl left over to do the read step pad, I like it too, but am having some adhesion problems. I have to figure that out, as I like that a LOT.
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