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Grey material for covering boost pod gauges...?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Danman1, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. Danman1

    Danman1 Thorough noob

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    As title, does anyone know where I can get the grey material for covering boost pod gauges...? Im thinking about installing a gauge in my 2002 S3.

    Cheers

    Dan
     
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  3. s33nyboy12

    s33nyboy12 Well-Known Member

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    Go to a carpet shop or craft shop like hobbycraft stores. Converted a van to crew cab once and that's the material we sourced for roof lining ect was flexible and looks ok. Put up pics once you done it.
     
  4. MUSH

    MUSH MUSH Developments Ltd.

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    I bought an old headlining from ebay for £12 and used that so the pod matched my a pillar
     
  5. Jimgrim77

    Jimgrim77 Member

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    Chassis number. Stealership. Buy internal panel material for other section.

    Personally, having covered and then removed the covering, I now much prefer the uncovered smooth finish with Matt black spayed finish to match the gauge surround and the dash.

    Check my progress photos.
     
  6. Danman1

    Danman1 Thorough noob

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    Urgh, im in a dilemma, I think I might just do what you did and matt black it. Did you have to cut into the actual pillar to fit the gauge?

    Dan
     

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