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Old 02-19-2014, 07:18 PM
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Now is it removable is the question!

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Re: Any mods to make interior more luxury like?

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Eugene that really look great.

Thanks for the link I guess I will have to add this to my to do list.

Sure no problem, just a tip on doing the headrest, slide them all the way out, much easier.

and it is for sure removable, very easy to remove if wanted to actually
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Re: Any mods to make interior more luxury like?

Also a color matched wooden shift knob makes a nice difference for that luxury look and feel

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Old 02-19-2014, 07:36 PM
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Is there a certain type or size of thread you need?
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Re: Any mods to make interior more luxury like?

No I just got a universal one off of eBay, there are 3 screws at the base of the knob that tighten onto any size shifter
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No I just got a universal one off of eBay, there are 3 screws at the base of the knob that tighten onto any size shifter
Sorry I meant the thread you used for the accent
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a cheap but tedious way to make the inside look 10 times more luxurious is white stitching on the seats, took me about 8 hours to do the middle console cover, front seats, front door trim but so worth it for $12 in supplies DIY Interior Color Stitching

Wow - Never would have thought of this. Nice work!!
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Is there a certain type or size of thread you need?
You can also use a wooden shift knob meant for a mercedes benz.

I look for the ones compatible with the W202 or W210.


I did this on with my laredo before I had the stock knob covered in alcantara.

The black birds eye maple shift knob is a very close match to the black faux wood on the 2011-2013 laredo.

I picked on up for $70 at www.formymercedes.com
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This steering wheel is for sale and I still have the black leather it came with.
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I keep opening my door just to see them. I even experimented with swapping the LED with a 5mm cyan bulb but they are still faint in the day and look too green in the night.
Did you use the same cyan bulbs that you did for the accent footwell lighting? My wires are ready to go in for that mod next week
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Re: Any mods to make interior more luxury like?

I used cyan 3mm LEDS for the footwell lights.

The door sills take a 5mm LED
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I used cyan 3mm LEDS for the footwell lights. The door sills take a 5mm LED
But you said they didn't really match or were too green? I have the white still
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