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Finished Interior painting/sound deadening!

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Moose1988, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Moose1988

    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    No problem. Thanks sir. :cheers:

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    That moment when you know you pushed too hard and have to show the guys on tw......

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  3. Moose1988

    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    :eek: poor gauge rings... what did you do?? Lol
     
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    pushed a little too hard with the flat head on the clip and it slipped off.... im painting it anyways. ill just wait til I can buy a new one from the dealership.... =(
     
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    tooter play every day

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    I'd simply superglue it back together. Lay the ring pieces face down on a horizontal piece of glass to keep them perfectly flat and glue them. just use a tiny bit of glue. Wipe off any excess immediately, and then paint the ring. The coating of paint will cover the glued seams. :)
     
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    Hey does anyone have detailed directions on after removing the coin holder and the two screws for removing the dash? I did see pics on these but where do you start to pull from to take the dash face out in order to paint the rings? I really wanna be carefull and not break anything.......?
     
  7. Moose1988

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    I cant remember 100%... but I think there were one or two bolts at the bottom of the dash.. and then firmly pull. And you took out the two little screws above the gauge cluster right?
     
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    There is one 10MM screw under the coin tray that I removed then took out the two screws at the top of the dash. So I am at that point where I am looking for more information as to where to start pulling out the dash I have an 09 Offroad............just don't want to break or hack anything up............:D
     
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    This looks great. Any special instructions on removing the Toyota logo on the steering wheel? Does it just pop off?
     
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    Updated first post with the how to's on both.

    I wrote them out but they got lost within the thread.
     
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    very clean look.

    you should paint your DIN and a/c surround black like mine ;)
     
  12. Moose1988

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    Thanks!

    I've been thinking of painting the ac vent surrounds black, and the inner part white.
     
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    I was thinking of installing sound deadening mat on the roof.. So dang loud..
     
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    im sorry but i must have missed what kind of paint you used...
     
  15. Moose1988

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    For the white - Krylon Fusion

    For the black - Duplicolor OEM trim paint
     
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    Thanks Moose- Sick truck btw
     
  17. Moose1988

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    No Problem. Thanks man! :cheers:
     
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    Hey guys did you use any like paint protector once you finished with the krylon spray? Mine is done but I'm afraid of of getting scratched so I was hoping there was a clear coat that would prevent that.
     
  20. Moose1988

    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    nope. its been over 2 years since i posted this thread and no peeling, scratching, etc. :thumsup:
     
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