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    Yeah, that's not bad at all. You should be ok just to wrap that.

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    What pedals are those??


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    Here's another option. I really like the work he did on the lower arm rests!

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    E46 steering wheel/SMG paddles/shifter surround/trim refinishing service

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    Quote Originally Posted by sc330i View Post
    What pedals are those??


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    Here's another option. I really like the work he did on the lower arm rests!

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    E46 steering wheel/SMG paddles/shifter surround/trim refinishing service
    That looks very good. The match is close enough that it wouldn't bother me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    I love how it matches your silver cube
    I believe that's brushed aluminum all around.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    So itís ok to just wrap over the plastic? Any other tips that you have for me?
    I bought a Porter Cable 1500HG when it was on sale. A hair dryer would do fine, but I felt this heat gun was more friendly for n00bs like me as the heat is more adjustable. I used this wrap: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0058DIDTY. Still have a ton left over.

    I only did the lower trim. The trickiest parts were the curves for the spokes as the wrap needs to stretch a bit. Not sure if it's the correct way but I had to make a cut out on the edge of the wrap to make it easier to apply. Also the emblem can be slightly tricky. If you don't take the emblem off you have to work around and cut around the M logo. I ended up cutting slightly into the logo. Then I cut the four corners to apply around the edges of the logo. If you decide to remove the logo, then you have to figure out how to remove it and re-glue.

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    On mine I took acetone and stripped finish off then re sprayed in it black. So far itís held up really well.


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