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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-02-2010, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Thoughts on Good Dash Kits

My 09 balt (white) sedan LT, looking for a good dash kit, already had doors and seats made black, what you think about this Dash Kit for the Chevrolet Cobalt 2005 - 2010 Trim
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No no paint yours white

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Eh if you sand them you can use any color you want. just saying XD

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All depends on the route you want to take.
True. The Fusion paint only really gives you base colors

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so just detach parts and paint it up with Krylon: Products: Fusion for Plastic ?

im scared to take off parts in my car haha. I ve seen the painting process videos online Idk just looks like if i messed up my car would be trashed. But ill definetly look into this.
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Taking off the trim is a pain (at least it was for me!) But in the end it was worth it! If you've never painted anything like trim I recommend doing the pieces one at a time. I did all mine at once and had to re-do most of them
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yeah im scared to do this, im decently happy with the trim already...sort of but there are some thing i can see that would look way better. I think imma start with the small parts cause if i mess those up...its a small part...
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Sounds like a good plan, lol. Nice thing about paint is if you screw up you can sand it down and re-paint. And if worse comes to worse you can just get another trim piece Good luck!
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