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Old 07-05-2010, 04:33 PM   #1
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Currently not mounted to the floor, but it's 3/4" mdf and a tight fit so I don't think I'll have much of a problem. Thanks for all that answered my questions.

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Looks good man! hope my pics/input helped you out!!!
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Sure did, thank you sir. The only problem I have is that I couldn't extend my sides out to the arm rest. I have a space underneath of the front of it that I need to build side peices for to clean it up.
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looks real clean man good job!
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Old 07-06-2010, 01:09 PM   #6
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ya i see that, not sure how you installed the piece, but i found it was easiest if you made a solid piece and installed it from the cabbin (not from the trunk) and you cut the corners to conform to the plastic.

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I found that it was more than 4' across from armrest to armrest (I think I did anyway), and made a solid peice out of a 4'x8', so I didn't want to worry about making multiple peices. In the bottom left corner I came up a good 2 inches short somehow and had to screw in some wood peices. I stapled it and tried to add some supports to it and it should hold up (knock on wood). I made the process a little too complex and made a rough cardboard cutout, then had a backup plan where I made 1' offset marks on my cutout and had all sort of wacko alignment marks. I didn't exactly botch it though so I'm happy.
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