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Also, any advice on gluing the pads on? I have this vision of coating the bottom of the pad with adhesive and clamping it between 2 boards as the glue squirts out on my new carpet. How do you do it?
Chas Randolph Sidney, Ohio FFR 6113, '91 5.0 EFI, TFS heads, Comp cam, GT40 Tubular intake, 24lb injectors T5Z w/midshift, 3-link, SAI Mod, TurboCoupe rear 3:55's, 17" Team III's, Picked up @ FFR on 5/5/07, First start 10/5/08, Go Cart 9/27/09, Licensed & Legal 9/30/10. Painted 6/3/12. Graduation 8/21/12. Engine rebuilt & pumped up May '13.
Got mine here at Miami Corp: Miami Corp: distributor of trim products to the auto, marine and upholstery trades.
The upper footbox level doesn't get rubbed.
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F5R #7446: MK4, 302, T5 midshift, 3.55 Posi IRS, 17" Halibrands
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Mark III complete kit ordered 12/03/2007, received #6351 1/22/2008 Homemade mods: driver footbox extension with deadpedal and dimmer switch, widened passenger footbox, brake reservoir mounting bracket, under trunk storage box, custom dash and dash extension, heater forward box, custom glove box, under dash switch panel, Explorer motor carb conversion, first start 7/10/2010, paint by Performance Automotive 11/20/2010-5/7/2011, Graduated 11/22/2011
Thanks for the link John. I'm just about to start that part of the my carpet. I was wondering where to buy those.
306, AFR 185 heads, Kenne Bell Supercharged, power steering, power brakes
Anyway, you might want to think about some stiffener under the carpet. I think it could make your carpet last longer. Also, you might want to buy a couple spare pads. If my record is representative, you'll need them.
The optional FFR floor mats fit and wear extremely well. They protect the original carpeting. They also protect the area that is highlighted in red, although that area has not yet shown any signs of excessive wear.
I also added some Dynamat under the foot box carpet, to cushion it, as well as act as a sound deadener.
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