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    Couple Random Jobs

    Pillars that I fixed up for a guy on another forum.
    They will reside in a Grand Prix. 2" mids and 1" tweeters from a 3 way comp set.
















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    I will dye them grey and they will be done / fixxed.













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    And here are the pillars dyed factory grey.....










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    The other item of the week is a double DIN headunit molded into the underdash piece in a Dodge Dakota. He has airride on the truck and I guess the dash bezel is already modded for gauges or something so he couldn't fit this up there. So I fit it below.














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    The bitter after-taste of a poor quality job will last far longer than the sweetness of that cheap price!

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    The bitter after-taste of a poor quality job will last far longer than the sweetness of that cheap price!

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    how did ya do the texture?
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    im guessing spray on bed liner in the can :)
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    I remember another build of a, i think, corvette where he said there is a texture in a can made for factory repairs and suc

    the more you layer it the more texture
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    ya there is a texture spray, but that one, being black, sure looks like the spray on bedliner in a can from duplicolor. Ive used that method before, works good as a sound deadener too
    2000 Blazer Xtreme Conversion:bowdown:
    2 Memphis Mojo 12's on 2000w RMS:bowdown:
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    I use SEM texture coat, the black, not the clear, or another brand I use is from Viper Products made by the manufacture of the interior repair products I use.
    Just have to play with the spray distances to get the right texture.

    As for the spray on bedliner stuff..... don't like it. I know people who do use it with good results though.


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    I was just going to ask if it was SEM, we used the black and the clear when repairing vinyl dashes in vehicles. It comes in real handy when blending. You have mad skills professor, at work drooling over your work. Maybe you and Martin should team up for some serious building!!
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    how does it match texture wise when using the sem stuff?
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