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I removed my dash to paint it red. Now I am unable to reinstall. I can’t get the clips high enough to slid into the slots on the das. Passenger finally done. No luck with the drivers side. Tips and tricks please. Thank you


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You talking about the top of the Dash or front (face) of the dash. Check to make sure you got your AC/ heating duct are lined up properly.
 

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You talking about the top of the Dash or front (face) of the dash. Check to make sure you got your AC/ heating duct are lined up properly.
On the top of the dash inside the truck. The trim that snaps into place at the front most part of the das where it meets the windshield. Inside the truck. Already body colored from the factory. Thank you


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On the top of the dash inside the truck. The trim that snaps into place at the front most part of the das where it meets the windshield. Inside the truck. Already body colored from the factory. Thank you


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Can't help you there, maybe one of the alignment pins moved. Hopefully someone will chime in to get it corrected. Can you post a picture of the area.
 

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Waiting for pictures when you are finished!
 

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@SWT RYD, @SSReplay
That was one of two made by So Cal speed shop
More information and pictures can be found about both on this thread.

Unique One Off "SO-CAL" SSR For Sale

The red and white push truck was at GM heritage center when I was there a few years ago. (I posted my pictures on second page of the previous thread)
The cream and red from SEMA 2003 is for sale in hemmings

 

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Thank you. This is driving me nuts. Also picking up my new red headliner today and want to finish the interior


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don't forget to remove and re-glue both sides of the Velcro patches when you reinstall the headliner... you may want to add the door edge protector to the rear window edges to keep the headliner from "peeling back" and showing later on. Dicktator has pics of His install on this...
 
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