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    Really

    i thought it was ***** The Wipers
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    that would be FTV lol

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    edited lol
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    Great How-To nayr. Good work.
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    GoHybrid thanks for that. I am going to give them a call. If you have any foam you might want to break me off a piece of and sell, I would gladly paypal.

    Nayr what black spray paint did you use? It seems to match the the other OEM bezels perfectly.

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    I think its 3M rust remover, GoHybrid will have to chime in for exact type.. he had it laying around from other projects and I was amazed how well it matched.

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    it's actually Rustoleum Rust Converter. Grainger carries it. We use it when we're refurbishing golf car frames, but it is such a nifty flat black, and for all intents and purposes it is a primer, so it sticks pretty well to most things.
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    Nice install I have been doing some research on this for sometime now, I was wondering how you attached the foam to the bezel itself. What kind of Glue did you use?

    Thanks

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    There is nothing holding any of it together. It is all a mild press-fit. If you did want to attach the two permanently, you could always just scuff the inside of the bezel and then use a thin application of PL construction adhesive. It's very strong, impervious to humidity, excellent gap filling, and not prone to hardening and cracking like superglue or epoxy.
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    Thats what I was looking for.
    Thanks Go Hybrid

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