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awsome... can i drop off my truck for a week and have you do mine lol..
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Lookin good Zach, Don't get high!
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too late, my head already hurts. lol
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awsome... can i drop off my truck for a week and have you do mine lol..

lol, dont forget about 170 bucks in supplies was more than i wanted to spend.
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looks good man. dont loose to many brain cells. lol.
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Looks great zach, i was thinking of doing a project similiar to this sometime this winter that involved ripping out my interior..

Oh ya BTW - if you are using that adhesion promoter...Im pretty sure you are suppost to spray it on and immediately paint over it. Remeber when i first painted my bumper and the paint bubbled up? It was becuase i let the adhesion promoter dry and it didnt happend immediately either, like a few hrs later i went to check it out and it was bubbled up like crazy! Im sure if you havent had any problems yet you should be ok, lets hope! lol. Its looking great though!!
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wow, if i had known this was goin on i would have swapped you an entire tan interior to paint. haha

lookin good!
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Looks great zach, i was thinking of doing a project similiar to this sometime this winter that involved ripping out my interior..

Oh ya BTW - if you are using that adhesion promoter...Im pretty sure you are suppost to spray it on and immediately paint over it. Remeber when i first painted my bumper and the paint bubbled up? It was becuase i let the adhesion promoter dry and it didnt happend immediately either, like a few hrs later i went to check it out and it was bubbled up like crazy! Im sure if you havent had any problems yet you should be ok, lets hope! lol. Its looking great though!!

yeah if you read the directions on the can it says color coat within 10 minutes. i was doing it within 5.

I had the garage at about 73* the paint was drying perfect.

Only bad thing about the project is there are so many dang things to take apart! holy crap.
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more pics.

dash done. i will start assembly tomorrow.



more parts done




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wow, if i had known this was goin on i would have swapped you an entire tan interior to paint. haha

lookin good!

i thought about that tonight. but i had already started. plus swapping would have been twice as much work!!!!!
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yeah if you read the directions on the can it says color coat within 10 minutes. i was doing it within 5.

I had the garage at about 73* the paint was drying perfect.

Only bad thing about the project is there are so many dang things to take apart! holy crap.
ah i read your first post wrong, i thought you said you let that stuff dry defore you applied the black interior paint.


New pics look good, its going to look killer when its finished.. Get on AIM i gotta talk to you btw
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Looks good man. You have more paitence than me. About the headliner if you have a Jo Ann Fabrics up there you can get black headliner material from there. I had to redo the headliner in my Nissan Sentra so I redid it in black. It cost me a total of 40 bucks with the material and the headliner spray glue. I'll try to post pics tomorrow. Mine turned out pretty good. Just a thought.
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Looks good man. You have more paitence than me. About the headliner if you have a Jo Ann Fabrics up there you can get black headliner material from there. I had to redo the headliner in my Nissan Sentra so I redid it in black. It cost me a total of 40 bucks with the material and the headliner spray glue. I'll try to post pics tomorrow. Mine turned out pretty good. Just a thought.

thanks man. might look into that. sounds like more work tho. I'm about sick of work, lol

my headache is just about gone now since im in some fresh air. lol
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ah i read your first post wrong, i thought you said you let that stuff dry defore you applied the black interior paint.

the adhesion promoter that i am using dries almost instantly. i just follow the direction and get decent results. lol
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Damn wannabe's. lmao

Looks good man! You're gonna love the black interior. I like it so much better than my old gray interior.
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Damn wannabe's. lmao

Looks good man! You're gonna love the black interior. I like it so much better than my old gray interior.

haha, yea, you know it. lol

thanks travis.
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hows your finger feeling from holding down the spray cans beard LOL
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looking good man cant wait to it finally put back together
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mmmm paint
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Damn Zach, It looks good but I can smell the paint here,
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hows your finger feeling from holding down the spray cans beard LOL
when i got the first few cans of paint for my truck i got one of them krylon spray handles, it makes it 1000x easyer and the paint goes on smoother.

looks great so far, i would think about doing mine but its a really rare blue.
im just going to get black seats, headliner, carpet, visors and paint the dash vents.
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Zach... you gota an awsome edge man... and good talent with that stuff, truck in general... I'd prolly broken half the stuff and thought "WHAT have I done!?!" lol keep it up I wanna see finals...
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man, i quit already before i get started..You guys have some bad a$$ trucks....that looks good. I love your whole truck bro!!! Keep it up. Since I joined this site I said...about 1500 and my truck would be where i want it..Now everyday i tell my wife found something else i want to do..I get the groan!! LOL good job again!
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That looks great man.
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that reall looks good zach....keep up the good work
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