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Hey Ron you said you paid $.50 a foot. Their website says SOLD BY THE YARD not the foot.
From their website:
Embossed Welt - Style 180
Also Called Seat "Piping". This is used mainly on automotive and marine seating to join two pieces of material together at the seam to give the seat a finished look.
Manufactured with a 5/32" embossed head as found in automotive original equipment.
Produced with a slit flange for easy tailoring and workability.
UVR treated with a special additive for softness.
Excellent for marine and automotive seating.
SOLD BY THE YARD.
Note: All materials are sold in continuous lengths. Price is by the running yard, so when purchasing, please remember to type the number of yards you need into the quantity box (from the shopping cart) and click Update Quantities.
Availability: Usually ships the same business day.
I only have a second right now but I'll post up more info later. Take a peek at the 2 links in my original post. The first one shows how to install and lets you know that you need about 80inches per door. The second link is where I got my stuff. Mr Mike usually does PT Cruiser stuff but this works equally well for us. He has a minimum order of 15 feet (180inches) but I think he either sent more or you don't need the full 80 for each door. As you can see, I had more than enough for both doors and the shift boot. I actually have probably another 2-3 feet left over still too.
The shift boot stays alright, you just have to work it and trim some of the "spine" on the welt into a V notch so it bends better. I also had to put a very small piece of double sided tape under the top side of the boot where the 2 ends meet and that makes it stay. I haven't had any problems with the welt moving or coming off in any location.
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Nice steering wheel! Mine still has that nice plastic milk jug feel to it....
I finally got around to picking up some door trim welt and installing it. Hope you enjoy the pics, it is a super easy mod and makes the inside look much better. I was originally affraid it would like too ricey but I think it came out really nice.
I decided to go with the Silver Tinsel color since I have a black car and don't have another accent color other than the silver from the IUP. Body color matching looks pretty cool too. They have a minimum order of 15ft but it is still only $19 shipped so it's a pretty darn cheap mod.
Installed on both doors
I also installed it around my shift boot. I like it significantly better than the billet boot covers you see out there.
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