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Is it easier to have 2 people on this job, or does an extra person just get in the way?
 
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^It helps when you try and get it out of the car but it could be done by yourself.

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Just PM a mod asking them to move it to the DIY as a sticky, this is a great write-up.
I will but wanted to leave it here so the ones who wanted to use it know its here, before it gets lost in the DIY section.
 
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can you post pics of the finished headliner
 
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this DIY will work on a G35 coupe as well correct?
 
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Yup, it should be pretty much the same
 
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Originally Posted by gh0st View Post
can you post pics of the finished headliner
click my sig for pics. Im doing a wrapping and painting DIY soon
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this DIY will work on a G35 coupe as well correct?
Im sure its similar. Try it out and see
 
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Old 08-05-2010, 01:54 AM
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I can't wait till my car is done, but taking everything apart seemed easy to me but thats cause i had naughty240 doing all the grunt work lol...(thanks steve) will post pics when everything is done
 
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After I did it, it did seem like it was quite easy. I can't wait till I get my interior done. Gonna get the wheels mounted first and then end of this month or beginning of next it'll be done
 
 
 
 
 
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