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post #1 of 3 Old 02-19-2011, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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04 white cc/ dually interior paint upgrades??

hey guys so i got an 04 white cc dually and am sick and tired of the boring grey interior. i wanna get black and grey leather seats in the future (dont have that kind of money right now) so im thinking of spraying my door panels all black along with door sills and all the bottom trim as well as the lower half of the dash.

should i use flat satin or gloss black paint?

im gonna use some carbon fiber where the lariats have the wood grain.

please give me your thoughts and suggestions!!

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I'm interested in doing some painting also. I was thinking about using the SEM satin black dye or the colorbond Ford black.

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Make sure you prep and clean the surface. IIRC I use Dupliacolor (sp?) on my kick panels and they have held up great. I'd stay away from painting any door sills. They get kicked and scuffed too much to keep up the nice paint job.

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