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Tell me I can get through this...

Now that I've got everthing I need out, I am getting a little nervous. I have saved and labeled (almost) everything. Please tell me it will all go back...please



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Old 08-10-2004, 09:19 AM
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Yes it will.............but you will have lots of extra bolts....

I always do.
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Double post........... ooops
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I must not have been following along, why did you have to do that?
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Quote:
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I must not have been following along, why did you have to do that?
I think he started by patching up a little rust spot. .... and got a little carried away.

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Old 08-10-2004, 11:23 AM
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I did that once...was going to get to this little rusted screw-mount and had to take a few parts out to get the mig head to it propperly...ended up stripping the entire interior...lol...

So I know from experience...you're fukzored.
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Damn! I hope you labeled everything! Get yourself a nice big jar of anti-sieze when you re-assemble!
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It will all go back.
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Have faith man! Where are you going to put the drill? It matches too well not leave it in there, somewhere.
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One thing I would like to suggest while you have the interior torn apart and removed:

On the doors...take a jig saw and cot 6.25" round holes, centered over where the front speaker gaps are. Then, in the rear, find a 6X9 speaker pattern and cut that out, centered over the rear speakers.

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This is a "simple" dashboard removal. I was trying to get the lower vinyl off to do an interior color change, little did I realize before my forum homeys came to the rescue that it is ALL related.

For those of you with kind words (and helpful hints Makenzie71) I say thankya

For those who doubt, I'll be the one with the smug grin at 944fest '05

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Quote:
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Yes it will.............but you will have lots of extra bolts....

I always do.
Me2. wife seems to think that it's a bad thing. But it's in and staying, so what's the harm, eh?
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finally somebody as crazy as me! That will be sweet when put back together.
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I dunno guys, something sexy about a naked 944

It'll all go back. Installation is the reverse of removal, right?
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Too late now, but digital pictures at specific points would help...
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Hey, I have that same drill!
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No worries. Looks worse than it really is. I tore apart the interior of my 911SC to change the color and (oops) forgot to label or photograph ANYTHING. Sure, it looked scary for a while but was surprisingly intuitive to re-install. I stripped it pretty bare and it came out looking like this...



BTW - A nice shiny set of new hardware can make it all more pleasurable - screws, nuts, plugs etc. Are you in New England? I'd be glad to come by and help if needed.
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Old 02-22-2005, 11:52 AM
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I WISH I was in New England (From Boston originally). I am now in the wilds of Ohio, but I appreciate the offer.

Now that the dash color has been successfully changed

Vinyl dye...the result

I can go forward. Watch this space for updates!

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