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its like wrapping a present…
Only different (as it said in the movie)

I'm wondering when you overlap the sides and you have glue on the carpet like he showed, wouldn't the glue get on the bottom layer? I know you will cut one side out but then the other side still will have glue on it...

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I'm wondering when you overlap the sides and you have glue on the carpet like he showed, wouldn't the glue get on the bottom layer? I know you will cut one side out but then the other side still will have glue on it...

my thoughts exactly. but since he is the one working in the custom shop. i will take his word on how it is done.

killer video...props to poster
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This is in the back of a 99 pathfiner , it is louder than i expected!!
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I think everyone have different way of carpeting box but this one look ok.
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nice vid, thnx chefmyles
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OMG ive been wondering how the hell to do this (THE RIGHT WAY) for soooo long. thanks man for the info n vid. much props to ya
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