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It looks nicely done but I would have taken all that money put into the interior and put it towards the price of a high end SUV. The interior is nicer than the Chevy IMO. I'm not a hater but don't think too much of the Tahoe.
 
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Originally Posted by yalmutawa View Post
lol the guy didnt mean a navigation to navigate u
to fancy the Dash board and he have a point but lovely , was it EHSAN who did the job ?
Well i'll think about that ;p, and yes it was done by EHSAN.
 
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It looks nicely done but I would have taken all that money put into the interior and put it towards the price of a high end SUV. The interior is nicer than the Chevy IMO. I'm not a hater but don't think too much of the Tahoe.
You can call this a project, the idea is having the best looking tahoe in kuwait "I hope so", then i'll be adding some preformance goodies.
 
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It looks nice but why didn't you continue the suede pattern on the whole door panel insert or any of the pillars?
 
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It looks nice but why didn't you continue the suede pattern on the whole door panel insert or any of the pillars?
it'll look very busy this is much better
 
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Originally Posted by yalmutawa View Post
it'll look very busy this is much better
Honestly I think having plastic pillars with all that other work looks like poop. I would at least use a flat suede with out all the stiching. It completes the look in my mind.
 
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don't like the suede. i think would look really good with full leather... like some of the guys here, am undecided.
 
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I'm undecided. I like everything except for the stripe, but it does go with the paint so its hard to say. I think its a hate it or love it interior.
i agree 100%
I don't hate it. That stripe is what has me on the fence.
 
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The workmanship is awesome from what i can see. I think the strip is different. I think having the bolster of the seat white w/ the center the suede diamond pattern would look sick. Cleaning the seats would suck though. Nice work.
 
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I would try to cover as much of the plastic on the doors as possible and do something with that middle seat in the middle row.

I also like the idea of the navigation.
 
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How do you remove the dash wood trim pieces, I want to have mine painted but am not sure how to remove them. Are they clipped in or screwed in? Thanks in advance.

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awesome work
 
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How do you remove the dash wood trim pieces, I want to have mine painted but am not sure how to remove them. Are they clipped in or screwed in? Thanks in advance.

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Sorry for the late reply, i am on a trip to europe so i'm not going online alot
As for removing the dash wood trim i don't know exactly how did they do it but the removed the entire front panel coz they had to do that to, if you want to i can check with the shop for a full DIY as soon as i get home (2nd of august)
 
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Looks comfy. Not sure about the white stripes though.
 
 
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