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    Got my Lilliput installed in my dash

    Think it turned out prety decent.... Not bad for my first time. The hardest part was securing the lilliput to the console. Any reccomendations to make it sturdier?

    Finished up Bondo



    Finishing Sanding



    Texture Spray



    Rubber Coating Bumper Spray



    Finished


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    THat looks nice. great install

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    forgot to ask what all stuff did you use? and how did you get the buttons so prefect?

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    what do you mean the buttons? thats the lilliput case molded into my dash panel

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    oh ok that make sence.lol. So to avoid getting fiberglass or bondo on the button you put some sort of blue tape?

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    Looks too great for a first time!
    Let us see it installed.

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    Great job mate,
    i'm too doing the same thing, can you please see if you can answer thee following questions:
    What is the blue tape you have used to cover the screen buttons and Screen itself while painting.
    And is that Black Bumper Paint a Matt or gloss

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    Quote Originally Posted by kickercivic1
    oh ok that make sence.lol. So to avoid getting fiberglass or bondo on the button you put some sort of blue tape?
    so you take the buttons out

    i did not want to spray it with the buttons out though, as it would build up residue in there... So i put it together and taped it... worked great


    oh and while it was my first time working with this... I had to redo it 5 times to get a perfect finish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eazyrog
    Great job mate,
    i'm too doing the same thing, can you please see if you can answer thee following questions:
    What is the blue tape you have used to cover the screen buttons and Screen itself while painting.
    And is that Black Bumper Paint a Matt or gloss

    cheers
    Matte paint and the tape is standard masking tape. doesn't damage the screen, or pull anything off the buttons.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejmack
    what do you mean the buttons? thats the lilliput case molded into my dash panel
    How hard was it to disassemble the Lilliput LCD?
    Installation Complete, pics soon

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