[DML] Re: Recovering the console.
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[DML] Re: Recovering the console.



Dave,
You have to be very careful,if you attempt to recover your 
console,unlike the dash or barnacle,is is made of cardboard,(the 
frame part of the console)and is easily distorted/damaged,especially 
if and when you take off the original material,you will have NOTHING 
but a very flimsily cardboard,that will most likely,just fall apart 
in pieces,once the original material is removed,you would either need 
to make or put the console in some sort of stationary fixture to keep 
it solid and held in place while it is being recovered.You should be 
able to make a holding fixture to hold it firm from 1"X 3" Pine 
Lumber,and drywall screws,easily gotten at your local Home 
Depot/Lowes.Hope that helps.
cbl




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "drdhdmd" <doctorDHD@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Has anyone recovered their own console?
> 
> I am looking for tips...
> 
> Thank you,
> 
> Dave Delman
> D² & 6530
>









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