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Old Mar 13th, 2012, 12:37   #21
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The only marks I can see are around gear stick, is that it all?

I want to wrap it. Do you think they are deep enough to show when wraped.

Also a dumb question but my car is not an auto. The boot around the gear stick looks a different shape to yours.
The console is the same - no matter if Auto or Man. The boot goes over the trim.

The dents though - not trying to run the console down - will show. The material will bend/stretch into that area...
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Daim, I've got a full set of Walnut trims (plastic) and centre console if your interested.

They are just sitting in the shed from when I upgraded to the R-Design trim. Make an offer matey you can have them.

Out of interest how much would you want for the walnut set, toying with swapping the silver/aluminium trim I have now

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Out of interest how much would you want for the walnut set, toying with swapping the silver/aluminium trim I have now

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The only marks I can see are around gear stick, is that it all?

I want to wrap it. Do you think they are deep enough to show when wraped.

Also a dumb question but my car is not an auto. The boot around the gear stick looks a different shape to yours.
Sorry I must have missed this post the other day.

Yes, those little dents is al the damage that there is.

As Daim has pointed out if you tried to wrap as it is then the dents are likely to show through, you could however apply a touch of filler to fill the dents and then it should wrap fine.

Again as pointed out the consoles are all the same no matter if it is auto or manual, on the auto it is just left as you can see from the pics and on the manual your gear stick gaitor plugs the hole.

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Got what I wanted My search has ended!

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