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|BardoFett||Don't forget the final detail if you have a stick shift...Tie in your new interior colors with a new custom shift boot! I make them custom for forum members...click my banner to check out my thread!|
|10-04-2014 11:10 PM|
|flowerfistandbestialwail||An updated photo including my new seat covers and bedliner to tie the whole interior together and completely refresh the look of the interior|
|09-30-2014 09:48 PM|
|knapp001||that looks killer. nice job!|
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|1monday||I should've measured it so I'd know, cause I may end up redoing it in a different color. My steering wheel is in 3 sections, the biggest section probly took 30+ feet, the smaller sections maybe 20'. I pulled the inner strings out of the paracord so it wouldn't be so bulky, that was by far the hardest part|
|08-30-2014 11:59 AM|
|Bryangb7||How much parachord did it take to do your steering wheel that is awesome. I've been looking for a cover and can't find one I like so I want to do that. YouTube here I come|
|08-24-2014 02:05 AM|
just a few personalizations...I hate the black interior (shows dirt really bad but then it is easy to add a pop of color and any color looks great)
sorry they're all sideways but you get the jist
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|08-22-2014 06:19 PM|
|flowerfistandbestialwail||WOO. Finally everything is reinstalled (or mostly - made no sense to bolt it down if it was coming out for bedlining anyway) and I just need a few touch ups before I'm 100% satisfied, but still very happy with the outcome! Remember, I was starting with '99 Sahara's camel trim.|
|08-22-2014 01:00 PM|
|flowerfistandbestialwail||A few people have gone aggressively black and white with it in sort of a stormtrooper theme. Honestly, looking at your rig I'd personally be inclined to play up the spice with a black interior with some spice-y offsets. But then, I *really* like tans...|
|08-22-2014 11:36 AM|
what have you guys done with a white sahara edition I haven't seen any pictures. i was wanting to know what would look good an what wouldn't an what was to much ya know. I already have the white flares to match
|08-21-2014 05:44 PM|
Okay I was asked to fill in the blanks for a whole-dash removal and I finally got around to that. Iíve adjusted the order a little to reflect the order I would have preferred to do mine in for easeís sake (I was all over the place trying to fit the other dash removal guide in where Dragonii hadn't covered) but it is pretty straightforward.
Dragoniiís guide on the first page of the thread was written perfectly and very clearly, so when it comes to the parts he covered Iím just going to direct yíall to that cause I can't say it any better.
I chose to paint my console too, and if youíre thinking of doing so Iíd recommend removing that first to get it out of the way. That's a tight little spot. Very straightforward: there are two bolts inside the console storage, one at the bottom of one of the cup holders and then just one under the shifter cover (which pops right out). I have an automatic so the shifter handle just pulls right off (hard - I socked myself in the eye here so maybe donít lean down when doing this step) and I believe manual knobs are threaded on. Anyway, handle comes off, then shifter cover/boot can follow, and then you have access to the final bolt on the right of the lever. Out it comes. Youíll probably have to shift to 4L to get the console out, but otherwise it should come free and easy.
If you have the airbag switch on your console as I do, there are three screws underneath and then it will come free. Very easy to access once the bolts are out. I donít know what kind of safety precautions should be taken when it comes to dealing with the airbag, but I switched my passenger airbag to the off position, and disconnected the yellow wiring in the top right behind the glove box to be safe. I donít know whether that was overkill or if I missed a vital step here, but I personally just canít imagine why my airbag would go off with the switch in the off position, the vehicle off, etc. If theyíre that temperamental I would consider them more a safety hazard than precaution, but I'm no expert in that arena. Anyway, thereís a post on JeepForum here that has a number of pictures to detail this process if need be.
The first step in removing the whole dash is to pull the defroster panel at the rear of the dash right against the windshield. Itís held on by a few clips so just start at one end and pop it off.
From there I followed Dragoniiís directions to removed the speaker covers, glove box, and oh sh!+ handle. The plate under the grab handle has two screws that mount the latch for the glove box and also holds it to the metal dash frame, so theyíve got to come out too (thereís a notch in the plastic and plate so you wonít have any trouble getting it back on in the right direction).
Under that is the airbag cover panel. There are five 1/4Ē bolt-head screws on the bottom that need to come out, and a few screws along the top. From there if you flip it up or down youíll see a metal bar itís attached to. This is coming with it. If you follow the lines youíll see thereís a 10mm bolt on either end. Itís a tight squeeze, especially on the right, but they can be reached from up inside the glove box opening. Then your cover panel should come free. This was the most difficult part, personally.
Moving on to the centre piece, there are just a few screws at the top, and then one behind the ashtray (the tray just pops out). If you donít have the smokerís package or whatever (was that optional in Tjs?) Iím not sure what would be there instead, sorry. Once the cover piece is off itís just a matter of unscrewing/bolting the various components and unclipping the wiring. I took lots of photos here to help me reattach these things in the proper spaces.
Then I followed Dragoniiís directions for removing the panel under the steering wheel, and from there itís pretty easy to see how to get the cover panel for the cluster off - a few screws up top and a couple underneath. The cluster itself also needs to come out, but there are just a handful of very obvious screws holding that on, too. It pops right off.
I opted to remove the covers around the steering column too, because that plastic was also badly faded. There are just a couple screws in the bottom - deep holes, but very obvious.
Youíre almost done! There are a couple more screws along the bottom and the 3 torx bolts on either side by the doors and that should be the end of it. Anything still holding it on at this point should be really obvious if I missed something.
The reverse is equally straightforward and had the weather and a problem bolt cooperated with me would have easily been a single dayís job, even for someone as clueless as I am.
Good luck! Happy painting!
|08-20-2014 11:01 PM|
Want something with style? Fear The Fork ! ASU !
Sorry but those colors Kill with Black or Grey.
|08-20-2014 10:54 PM|
|TJZ||Yeah, with grey you can pull off whatever you want. As for the Hook em Horns thing, BOOOOO. Lol just do what ever you feel. It's your Jeep and Black Or Grey pretty much go with Whatever.|
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|08-20-2014 07:11 PM|
Grey Jeep color scheme ideas
So I've got a grey (not silver) TJ, with greyish-black factory interior, that's starting to get pretty faded. I'm thinking of doing the dash and interior all black, just because I can't come up with any colors that would work with the grey exterior. My only other idea is doing silver for the middle dash piece with the stereo and AC controls, with the rest black. Thoughts? Ideas? I dunno if Krylon even makes silver, but I'm pretty set on using that product. I attached a picture of a Jeep same color as mine, inside and out. Definitely not my exact Jeep, but the colors are pretty close. Thanks!
|08-19-2014 06:40 PM|
Camo? but I've already started with orang-y accents on the interior...'jeep' on the a/c vent covers, seat towel covers, I even painted the center circles on my wheels (bout the size of a silver dollar)...trying to find orange rubber floor mats but no luck so far (not enough demand for orange, I guess) haha. I can't change to camo now!
|08-19-2014 05:11 PM|
go with camo :-D
:-( i donno how to paracord
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