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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Question: Do you have to entirely remove the headrest to remove the headrest cover?

    Thanx

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    All this talk of Bling is killing me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Quote Originally Posted by V-SATX
    Question: Do you have to entirely remove the headrest to remove the headrest cover?

    Thanx

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    You do have to remove the headrest completely. But it is so simple its pathetic. Push the headrests all the way to the top stops, then, with a paperclip push the little hole on the right hand plastic guide and itll pop right out. Then disassemble the leather from the headrest (took 15 minutes for all 4) and voila youre done. Send to Grant, wait a week, and bingo, new headrests.

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Thank you for the info. Grant sent me an order form today!

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Since there has been so much interest I signed on to this forum. Here are some samples. Well, email me if you want to see so samples for ideas.

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Hey Grant!!!

    Welcome!!! With all the interest, any chance for a group buy?

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Quote Originally Posted by Staxxin
    Hey Grant!!!

    Welcome!!! With all the interest, any chance for a group buy?


    Holy crap ... I could see this as being the biggest group buy EVER!!!

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Grant,

    See I told you, these guys are rabid. Get a GB going and youre machines will be quite busy. Let me know if there is anything else you need me to do (better pix, etc.)
    Grant, I think the black we discussed will be a hit as well....
    Fellas, this guy is so easy to work with, no issues, no bs, and workmanship that is top shelf.

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    I'll check out my headrests later today. Is the group buy in the works?

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    That Looks Great! I gotta have that done!

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Quote Originally Posted by CVP33
    Dave,

    Very nice work and a quality detail. But yo' snap! What you gonna do when yall's activator be all up in that? Then how's you gonna clean it? Nuttin' worse than yo whip all jaded up wit' one of ya' bro's do doo. You hear me? Anybody rollin' in my sled gots to be wearin' do rags and that's that. Peace out.

    The preceding was brought to you by cvp, all black baby and rollin' on dubs. And that's a fact.
    What is the point of the language?
    Just curious as to why your responses all take this tone? Making fun of someone in particular?

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    It was in response to Crowan's "crunk" statement. The language is all in fun and isnt meant to denigrate or be harmful. I met Crowan, he made the N. OH get together from Baltimore, which was quite cool. IIRC, he is ex-FBI and is currently the only V owner with LEO lights in the grill (which look sweet!).
    Its all in jest...

    Peace out!


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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Quote Originally Posted by Florian
    It was in response to Crowan's "crunk" statement. The language is all in fun and isnt meant to denigrate or be harmful. I met Crowan, he made the N. OH get together from Baltimore, which was quite cool. IIRC, he is ex-FBI and is currently the only V owner with LEO lights in the grill (which look sweet!).
    Its all in jest...

    Peace out!


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    At least Carl isn't a card carrying member of the PC Police.

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    Re: Embroidered V headrest project...DONE!

    Quote Originally Posted by Got5onit
    What is the point of the language?
    Just curious as to why your responses all take this tone? Making fun of someone in particular?
    During the past year, during various on-line arguments, the terms "e-thug" and "internet thug" have been burned into the Forum lexicon and have become a running gag when we either give someone a good-natured flame or address the "bling" factor of various cars and accessories.

    Nothing more. Nothing less. If every post was a serious discussion of "exhaust technology and the harmonics causing cabin drone," things would get a bit dull.

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