Ask and you shall receive! I have the finished product of the grill and bezels. I am sure 85% of folks have taken them off before and painting them is not particularly difficult. So no process on that one. Simple as clean them up, shoot them, let them dry for a couple days and install. Pulling batteries and junk is just tedious and not fun, but its part of the gig!Yes Paul, I'd be interested in seeing both, especially the headliner if you only have time to cover one.
Got any pics of your grill & bezel work?
Congrats on the alignment. Nice to have that behind you, isn't it?
I have already stripped the headliner out and taken off the old material. But I can shoot pictures of the install and give a short narrative of how to clean up the headliner and make some fixes on the cardboard before I put on the new material.
And absolutely it was great getting the alignment done. $130 isn't terrible for a shop used to working on prerunners and stuff. The only thing that sucked is it took 2 weeks to get my truck in because they had a truck that was in pieces on the alignment rack. Not a brilliant business strategy but whatever.