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This is a discussion on My 2013 WRX Black Upper Interior Conversion within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; This is awesome! Thanks for the write up! Got my a pillars done today as the first step. Now just ...

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    This is awesome! Thanks for the write up! Got my a pillars done today as the first step. Now just need to do the b and c pillars. How do you get them off? How do you get the front seat belt covers off? And with the c pillars do you have to unbolt the seatbelt down at the bottom of the back seat and feed it trough the plastic pillar piece?

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    B pillars, you loosen the bolt behind the cover, pull off the seatbelt cover by hand which will expose the bolt holding it in, remove that, then it should come out.

    C pillars, loosen bolt behind SRS cover, remove push clips, the bolts under the seat do have to come out so you can fish out the seatbelts, theres also a few screws in the trunk area.

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    Hmm I might be doing the pillars it looks great. subscribed
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    Wow! Very nice work, I completely missed this thread last week...must've been doing work or something.

    I will definitely be doing this soon. It's something I've wanted to do since I got the car. Looks good and thanks!

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    Is there anyway to color the seat belt loop black as well instead of leaving it the stock grey?

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    Anyone know how to remove the duplicolor? One of my A-pillars is blotchy and bubbly, and one B-pillar ran...Gotta remove it to re-clean the pillar

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    Not sure if painter would be good to use on that piece

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    how did you get the headliner piece to fit/stay in place? im about to touch up my pillars since the b pillars ran a bit and the c pillars chipped after the trunk swap and I want to do the headliner now

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    Looks dope! Good job. You interested in swapping seats? Lol.

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    Did you use gloss or flat duplicolor? How is it holding up?

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    Its the flat vinyl stuff....it held up pretty well, you would need to scratch it pretty badly for it to come off, i ended up selling the car a little while ago
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    This looks awesome! Definitely would like to do this to my '13 at some point. I wonder if that vinyl and fabric paint would work to do the headliner also? My thought with that though is you might have a spray paint smell that would never leave.
    Love the suede headliner. Sorry if I missed this but where did you acquire the matieral and how did you install? I think I have heard of people bringing their parts to fabric shops to have it professionally install I might consider that.

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    you can, it looks okay, wrapping isnt something you should try unless you have experience, painting the trim is easy though..if you want just pull everything off and spray the headliner, worst case you dont like it just get it covered
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