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Old 06-08-2010, 08:39 AM
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Re: Neffy warp armrest

thats looks nice i must say, id ask what the comfort level is but i already know the stock lid isnt comfortable on long duration drives according to my elbow. hahha

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Re: Neffy warp armrest

OK guys heres the UPDATE!!!! I got my SUEADE Headliner color black it was done by CALIFORNIA UPHOLSTERY they do very good work and fast took them 2hrs and wile i was wating i took better pics of my project the Neffy wrap armrest Now its all up to me to finish my Pillars
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Old 06-08-2010, 12:12 PM
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Re: Neffy warp armrest

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thats looks nice i must say, id ask what the comfort level is but i already know the stock lid isnt comfortable on long duration drives according to my elbow. hahha

i like it
Comfort eeeeehhh 50/50 i guess depends if you realy use it to drive for long periods of times....i did think if puting some foam on the bottom but i didnt get a chance to buy some so i just did it like that Thanx alot appricate it i think it would look sick on your black SRT interior
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:45 PM
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oh fawk you do that yourself (the headliner)? that looks so money bro....nice job!
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oh fawk you do that yourself (the headliner)? that looks so money bro....nice job!
If I read it right, you had it done? You must be all kinds of busy. Headliners are a snap diy project. My cousin and I even put 3-d flames on his Dakota. Either way, it looks sweet!
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Re: Neffy warp armrest

^No disrespect meant. A cool mod is a cool mod no matter how it gets done. I was just thinking if you can do the pillars, the headliner shouldn't be too bad. Just bigger. It even gives you way more room to tuck and hide stuff! lol
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Re: Neffy warp armrest

Thanx alot guys...No i had the headliner done at california uphosltery they do great work it came out sweet specialy with my CF pillars it stands out alot

Bussy im i just have one B pillar done because i have no tiem with work and all but hopefully this weekend i will dedicate all my free time to get alot done

The Headliner does looks easy but it scares me to do such a big pieace all by my self i belive you thought SOTI the 3rd flames probly look sick huh
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Thanx alot guys...No i had the headliner done at california uphosltery they do great work it came out sweet specialy with my CF pillars it stands out alot

Bussy im i just have one B pillar done because i have no tiem with work and all but hopefully this weekend i will dedicate all my free time to get alot done

The Headliner does looks easy but it scares me to do such a big pieace all by my self i belive you thought SOTI the 3rd flames probly look sick huh
I was a little apprehensive myself the first headliner we did, but I was so surprised how easy it was. Really, getting the damn thing out of the vehicle is often the trickiest/most difficult part. Compared to that, stripping the old and recovering with new material is a snap! I do shit like that for free. Just to do it. The only time I turn down a bro in need of modding help is either I physically can't do it, don't know how, or I'm on fire/dying or something. When I'm back in the states, I'll jump right back in. Anyone near me needing help can call on me. Beer is a good incentive, but not essential. Even bros not near me, put me up for the night, I'm there!
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The flames were pretty awesome. I was going to do a 3D Ram symbol in my 98 Sport Quad door, but I sold it before we got to it.
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Nice suede roof. I see you have the panoramic rear view mirror also haha
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LOL, shit dude, cover those seats in suede!!! Damnit bro, they look sick tho..SICKKK
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I was a little apprehensive myself the first headliner we did, but I was so surprised how easy it was. Really, getting the damn thing out of the vehicle is often the trickiest/most difficult part. Compared to that, stripping the old and recovering with new material is a snap! I do shit like that for free. Just to do it. The only time I turn down a bro in need of modding help is either I physically can't do it, don't know how, or I'm on fire/dying or something. When I'm back in the states, I'll jump right back in. Anyone near me needing help can call on me. Beer is a good incentive, but not essential. Even bros not near me, put me up for the night, I'm there!
I feel you bro ive been modding all my cars since HOT WHEELS and to be honest this is were the desire and enthusiasam coms from even wen the hot wheels were made to play i would always dom something colr the wheels the roof hoods with a sharpie then came Model toys those were very fun more realistic and more modsbecause i just couldt help them look stock and now on to REAL cars lol u better belive im willing to mod my own and do things myself but for some weirtd reeason i would messwith the electronics lol i feel you bro...so when you come back where do you stay??
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