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post #1 of 11 Old 12-09-2007, 10:34 AM Thread Starter
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got a big question for ya'll. i have a 94 250 xlt that has wood inserts on the dash and door panels. all door inserts fell off 1 was missing went i bought the truck and now dash is falling off. what do u all think new hand made wood or polished aluminum diamond plate inserts. thanks for input.
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I'd go with some nice stained wood. I've seen so much diamond plate in my life that it's a thumbs down for me now days lol

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How about all brushed aluminum, or tooled aluminum...that would leek sweet. Kinda retro/big truck-esque.

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thaks for the idea.

looking at what u fellas have said i think i am going to roll with th stained wood with brushed alum. inserts. it with look pretty cool i think and i will try and post some pics. after i am finished. thanks a bunch guys for your input.
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How about brushed aluminum trim with stained wood inlays. Now that would look sweet.


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never thought of it

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How about brushed aluminum trim with stained wood inlays. Now that would look sweet.
that sounds even better. thanks i'll try it that way and like i said i'll try and post some pics when done.
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get some thin aluminum sheets you can get them from most hardware stores for a decent price. Then get some wood venier from home depot or lowes. Then stain the venier, use a wire wheel on a drill and brush the aluminum. Then using some good adhesive you can attach the wood venier to the aluminum. Brushing the aluminum will allow the adhesive to bond better. I would use a two part epoxy to stick the two together.

Heck you could do this with brass, copper, stainless steel. All would look good depending on what color your interior is.


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sounds great, my interior is dark red & gray. i think alum. w/ wood inlay will look perfect. thanks and happy holidays.
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I've been looking too...found these

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I would like to find a set of factory silver lariat trim pieces. I guess you couldn't get 'em in '97.

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