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I will say that you should fully support the dash when it's off the car laying down. I had mine laying on it's face for a while on the transmission tunnel, and in the west Texas heat, it developed a few small cracks on the rolled bottom lip as the ends of the dash flexed down.
MKIV Complete Kit(order placed: 4/5/16; order completion: 5/14/16; delivered: 5/24/16): 3-link, PC, cutouts, vintage gauges, glove-box dash, chrome roll bars; 17" wheels, B/T leather seats, wind wings/visors sourced during separate 50/50 sale; side pipes and headers sourced through Gan-n
First start: 6/22/19
Drive train: Levy 408w w/carb, TKO600, Moser 8.8 with 3.55s and GT rear brakes
Paint Plan: Under consideration (probably dark grey/titanium with silver stripes)
MK4 w/ Mr. Bruce FIA body, Levy 331 w/ Speedmaster Stack Injection, IRS, ABS, PS, PB, FAST FI
Pick your width, they have all sizes. Cut the length you need and you can reuse several times.
I use it for keeping wiring, parts, and pieces together while I am working on them. I would think
it would work good for the dash. Working in the IT field, it works great for keeping cables looking good.
I used velcro. I like it. Thank you. I will remember that for the future. You can see it here if you zoom in.
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