Thanks!Well done , Nice job..
Yeah, but I also have that "what if I sell my car and I want to put the old trim back in" thing in my head. Also a goalie for a captain? You don't see that too often. Played ice hockey for 12 out of my 20 years and haven't seen that.I said the same thing a month ago then I finally bit the bullet and tried it. Just take your time and you won't regret it!
Yea I still have that in my head now, but I'm sure I can find some wood trim from somebody on the forum for pretty cheap if that is the case. As for being a captain, our coach decided to let the players choose the captain for this past season and a majority chose me. It was a huge honor.Yeah, but I also have that "what if I sell my car and I want to put the old trim back in" thing in my head. Also a goalie for a captain? You don't see that too often. Played ice hockey for 12 out of my 20 years and haven't seen that.
I am a little worried about the shifter, I am going to order a black or cf shift knob for that reason. But I think it should be fine with the trim around. I dropped my keys on it this morning and I about $h!t myself, but no harm done!Good work. I would do this to. I'm concerned that the shifter would eventually rub off and the trim around the shifter would easily scratch. I hope it holds up. I think dying the doors would be a little too much. Looks cleaner with your seats black.
Haha it's all good. I used 220 at first when I took of the trim because there is quite a bit of clear on the trim already. Then I cleaned the trim off, and used 600 after that. If you decide to wet sand inbetween coats, I would use something a little finer grade than that.Wow I feel stupid for that ?
I just saw it after I posted