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Boot Interior Inspiration

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2019/02/26 21:57:17 (permalink)

Boot Interior Inspiration

Hi All, 
I've attached some pics of my install for the boot- fitting the side panels together is painful. Currently got brackets on the main panel with velcro and velcro tabs on the underside of the top curved section. Velcro does too good a job- hard to manouver together to get a snug joint because the velcro makes contact too quick, hard to move it into position.
Looking for any suggestions on any other fittings/ method that might work to fit the panels flush together.
Looking for any suggestions

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    Re: Boot Interior Inspiration 2019/02/27 09:40:38 (permalink)
    Would magnets work Len ? 
    Have used them before on dash builds that worked well .
    easier to move the panel about once pushed up . 
    RS components have a massive range and if you got some small but strong ones you could recess into the panels . 
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