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Old 10-03-2009, 10:02 PM   #1
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I finished my light weight carpet install. While I had out the old carpet, I welded in the tabs for the seat brace I made and gave the roll bar a fresh coat of paint.
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Looks great! Where did you get the carpet?
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How many sheets of it did you have to buy? I'm thinking about going with this carpet when I put some race seats in.
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Looks good! Very clean.
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You need 4 yards if you still have the factory trunk liner in the car, 5 if you don't.

I have done this for several cars now around the new england area, (and will do it again for a price ) it's a pain, but if you do it right (above looks decent) it will come out good to great.
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