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Old 03-24-2013, 12:57 AM
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Overland Wood Trim Wrap with Carbon Fiber 3M

Added to my previous thread in "Member Show Off" section with details of this project, and realized I probably should have posted it here. Instead of re-writing, here's the link if interested. For those looking for alternatives to the wood, I highly recommend this mod.

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The link you posted takes us to a member from 2009?

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Old 03-24-2013, 10:43 AM
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The link you posted takes us to a member from 2009?

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Huh? Takes me right to the correct location when I click on it. Not sure what to tell you.
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Re: Overland Wood Trim Wrap with Carbon Fiber 3M

I guess it is issues with tapatalk. I first clicked the link there and took me to a different thread. Works from the website. Nice looking job with the trim, I like how it looks with the black interior. I may have to take this up during the summer.
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Re: Overland Wood Trim Wrap with Carbon Fiber 3M

I did this to my last car (the painted surfaces were flaking off, so wrapping with a CF vinyl made perfect sense.

This stuff looks really nice. Holds up well too. Not what I'd do to a total non sporty 5000 pound vehicle, but if you like it that's what matters. IMO it's a bit out of place.

FWIW, this is one of the easiest vinyls to work with out there.
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Looks really good - nice work!
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I guess it is issues with tapatalk. I first clicked the link there and took me to a different thread. Works from the website. Nice looking job with the trim, I like how it looks with the black interior. I may have to take this up during the summer.
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Looks really good - nice work!
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I did this to my last car (the painted surfaces were flaking off, so wrapping with a CF vinyl made perfect sense.

This stuff looks really nice. Holds up well too. Not what I'd do to a total non sporty 5000 pound vehicle, but if you like it that's what matters. IMO it's a bit out of place.

FWIW, this is one of the easiest vinyls to work with out there.
Thanks for the comments.

Fauee: I respect the honest opinion. I actually see my ride as being somewhat "sporty" regardless of how much it weighs. I think the Overland wood looks better against the other interior colors but looks a little too light against the black interior. But thanks for letting me know that my opinion is what really matters when it comes to my car.
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i think it looks awesome! good job.
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