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post #1 of 19 Old 07-20-2012, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Carbon fiber dash for 04?

Anyone know where I can find a carbon fiber dash for my 2004 F250 CC?

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check out swfabrication . com

they make AWESOME carbon fiber parts!

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If your just want to look you could have it Hydro-dipped.

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If you get it dipped, don't get the generic cf look- it doesn't even resemble actual cf twill pattern. Clear coat it too as it'll rub off after awhile. That's how they do phone cases just FYI. Idk I wouldn't dip it, looks cheap IMO.
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The factory cf trim in my truck is not real cf. Would the dip match the factory trim?

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Yes you can get it to match what u have now, it would just be a matter of matching the patter with all the available CF films.
mst678 don't worry about it, everyone has their thoughts on how to do stuff. We all have this in our factory trucks, which is why I suggested it. The hydro-printing is how ford get the wood grain patterns on all the interior parts....

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Im going to go this way when i decide what color to use it makes the main dash look MUCH nicer smoother and more finished
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My wife wanted more wood grain. I wanted more also, but we went with the 3-D version. I do like it also! I imagine the carbon fiber would fill the dash with the 3-D like this.

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