i will look into the evercoat! do u just fill the holes, sand it down, then repaint? sounds simple enough. maybe i should repaint all my interior pieces to match, except the dash.Whatever you do, do NOT use bondo. Evercoat makes this great epoxy urethane plastic adhesive/bonder. It's called Maxim. However the stuff is black so you'd have to paint or cover your panels. Lookout it up. It works great if used properly
Harder then you think....do you have trim screws that will match the carpet?how hard would it be to just cover them in black carpet?
2003 ford rangerWhat car is this ?
good idea. i might try that. otherwise hopefully just buying new panelsIf you can get your hands on another piece of the same type of plastic that you can afford to scrap, try this.....
take the scrap plastic and drill holes in it to create plastic shavings. mix the shavings with some acetone and it will turn it into almost a paste. it should look sorta like melted plastic. then take the acetone/plastic mixture and apply it to the holes and fill them in. it will harden and solidify as the acetone evaporates. then sand it and finish the whole panel with SEM texture coat in the appropriate color.
or if you have a good heat gun u can preheat the panel and apply the plastic shavings and melt them into the wholes as well. sand and finish.
What car is this ?
havent tried them yet. last time i talked to the dealer for a part, it was way too much. but ill give them a call tomm. id rather just replace them with new. also need some of those push tabs too!What did the ford dealer quote you for the part?
I got a new set of a pillars for 15 bucks which I thought was a very fair price for my escape.