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    Repair your old OEM mats from creasing

    I acquired 754 with a nice plush set of original floor mats. The only problem was a fold in the middle and rub hole on the bottom.
    So I proceeded to flip over the mat in the sun. Stretched it out, then put five coats of plastidip spray.
    After it was done curing I bought a peel and stick tile for a buck fifty, then stick it on the back.
    I them used a piece of anti skid padding for drawers/cabinets.
    She don't move or bunch up anymore!

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    Interesting approach, and a great and innovative way of dealing with the issue!

    Thanks for sharing with the rest of us - certainly looks like it will hold up indefinitely into the future
    "Driving Concours - proving it's possible with every mile!"

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    Is that sarcasm?! BTW do you live in the server here.. Like lawnmower man? Haha.

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    "Driving Concours - proving it's possible with every mile!"

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    I knew it!

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    Let's keep that on the down-low though, OK?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamerguy51 View Post
    Is that sarcasm?! BTW do you live in the server here.. Haha.
    Well, He does have more time now, I know for a fact after Talk found him pissing on them they kicked his ass out of there!!

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    I'm Switzerland. Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom kish vin.4357 View Post
    Well, He does have more time now, I know for a fact after Talk found him pissing on them they kicked his ass out of there!!
    Damn straight - they gave me the flush, , and then did this to me

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    I'm Switzerland. Hehe
    That's probably for the best - I just couldn't do it while remaining true to myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamerguy51 View Post
    I acquired 754 with a nice plush set of original floor mats. The only problem was a fold in the middle and rub hole on the bottom.
    So I proceeded to flip over the mat in the sun. Stretched it out, then put five coats of plastidip spray.
    After it was done curing I bought a peel and stick tile for a buck fifty, then stick it on the back.
    I them used a piece of anti skid padding for drawers/cabinets.
    She don't move or bunch up anymore!
    Is the tile used to stop it bunching up or to fill in the hole?

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