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    Just on a side note. If you want to texture the finish like the rest of the cars interior you can use something like this: http://www.eastwoodco.com/email/default.asp?T1=10242Z

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    Shakes, definitely do not use a topcoat. The Rustoleum Custom Interiors paint looks great out of the can. I wouldn't do anything else to it at all. The most important step is the prep work prior to painting. Make sure to get it well primered and sanded very smooth before painting.

    Good luck! Can't wait to see it.

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    Does anyone have a picture of what that texture spray looks like?
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    Good lord, I also have a 99 GC, and this is EXACTLY what I would like in my car.. But I have no fabrication skills!

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    just give it a try! you'd be surprised what a little patience and a lot of reading can accomlpish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unsavory
    I added a few more pics of the screen in operation. What do you think of my "Please Wait" screen?
    I want a screen the says "Please Wait" when I boot my car Jeep... I mean start my Jeep!

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    Unsavory...looks like you are using a C134/6 style case?? How did you run the wires from the ITPS (external) to the board - namely, the power-on jumper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unsavory
    Dunno if this post will get deleted or not since I am not going to put the pics directly into this thread. No time.

    But if you want to check out my project, feel free to take a peek.

    http://www.disassorted.com/gallery/v...rputer-Project

    I'm using the EPIA-M10K. These pics are mainly there to showcase the screen install.

    Cheers.

    If you ever want to part with that face-plate, I will take it from ya!

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    so really, what did you do to relocate the ir.
    I am working on my project this weekend and dont think i want all those buttons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnorrell
    How did you run the wires from the ITPS (external) to the board - namely, the power-on jumper?
    I drilled a hole in the back just below the power plugin (yes, it was tight but got it right on mine and my buddies). Then I mounted a female DB9 BNC connector in the hole which runs to the power jumper on the motherboard. I then used a male BNC cable to run the power from the ITPS to the case.

    I'll try to get you a pic if I can remember.

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