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    Alright, mirrors are done. Obviously great to get rid of the busted up old ones, but I like the new style way better and the visibility in the mirrors is much better than the old ones



























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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    Interior pics looks very nice for the miles. Someone took care of it

    how much you have to pay for the mirrors?
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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    $369 from 1A Auto. Power, heated, turn signals, and pull out for towing. Can`t complain about that. Fit perfect
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    The mirrors look very nice. Now, can you get it in your garage with the mirrors out? My Pop picked up a new F150. He`s not as steady as he once was but he only has about 2 inches on each side of his mirrors when extended to get in the garage. He pushes the button to retract them to get in and out.
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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    I haven`t tried to pull it in yet with my wife`s Expedition in there. If anything it`ll barely fit with the length. I`m gonna have to pull it in almost touching the wall and even then the garage door is barely going to have room to close. I desperately wish I had another 2 ft. at least in length in my garage. They just make em too darn small
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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    Project quiet has begun. Interior is being gutted. Wouldn`t be able to do it without my little helper

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    After how many years of working on cars and stereos I finally picked up this cheap set of tools for pulling interior panels.....what a dope. Right tools for the job makes everything so much easier


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    This is a totally normal thing to do 2 weeks after you buy a vehicle right?





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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    CLD goin down

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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    CLD pieces on the back and floor are done, moving on to the foam layer



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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    Looks great man!

    Are you on DIYMA?

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    Not actively, but I do browse there from time to time and utilize that site for info when I`m researching stuff. Great site

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    Floor is foamed. Mass loaded vinyl layer next and then carpet can go back in!







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    Re: Diesel Powaaa

    nice work on the truck! what is the purpose of that foam? and how hard was it to strip everything down to the cab??

    diesel 6.0 crew!

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    Wow. Your truck is drop dead gorgeous!!!

    Interior was super easy to strip. The foam acts as a "decoupler" between the sheet metal and the MLV. As I understand it, it soaks up vibrations and allows the MLV to kinda float over the metal which allows it to absorb sound better

 

 
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