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Thread: Dash Pads?

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    Location:  Austin MN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan King View Post
    Too long.
    There were gaps between the A-Pillars. It was wavy. Depending on the light, you could see where the studs were on the underside. It was just overall trash.
    Luckily for me, a friend of mine gave me his original dash board, mostly free of cracks, aside for a hairline crack by the glove box lid. I installed that right quick and bought a dash mat...which leads me to....

    Agreed. This is who I bought mine from. I LOVE it. I used to despise Dashmats. This one, however, I love. I went with the "Suede Dash" version. No regrets.

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    For anyone thinking of a dashmat.

    They have some good discounts plus I found a discount code for free shipping. CKSU-FQRS It saved me $24.30.

    Dave B.

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    Installed a dashmat. Not too bad of a fit over all. I'm definitely digging it.

    Dave B.

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    Join Date:  May 2011

    Location:  Olathe, KS

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    Does anyone have a photo of a black dash that's been refinished by JustDashes? I'm going to send mine out over this next winter / off season, don't really care how much it costs as long as it's perfect and looks OEM. How do they handle the VIN plate?
    Andy Lien

    VIN 11596 Jan 1982 build - owned since Nov. 2000!
    Total frame-off restoration completed 2021-2023

    Photography and Backpacking is life.

    Was Fargo, ND
    Now Kansas City

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