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    Exclamation Carbon Firbre on grill

    Hi all

    Isit possible to wrap the chrome V on the front grill of an astra MK5 Sporthatch 3door with carbon fibre vinyl? If anyone has pics please upload Thanks

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    yes it is possible but very difficult!

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    d dave has had it done for years on his mrk4 GSi
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    possible but a right mission
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    but the wife thinks its better to spend money on food and silly things like that.

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    i cant see how its going to be a mission really...

    its a pretty simple job to do
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    there is alot of internal corners and awkward fiddly bits, ive done my interior with the di noc stuff and after doing that i can imagine that it wont be easy...

    have you done anything with di noc stu?
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    but the wife thinks its better to spend money on food and silly things like that.

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    Might give it a go, gonna do the chrome strip at the back first then do the front. Hopefully i wont get no problems while doing it! Thanks for the feedback

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    just keep heating it mate and you'll be fine, good thing about the di-noc stuff is if you balls it up just peel it off and start again

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    Wow nicely done!

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