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Offical PVC Piping Welt Thread - Post your ideas here!

After seeing many other members attempt to use the PVC Piping Welt and try to help each other with where to get it and just ideas in general, I figured, why not make a thread for more ideas in one place. Its a much easier search this way and will create a central place for interior piping help.

I'm switching mine from blue to white, but these are just some of the spots I attempted and will be updating as I try more spots. I will update you guys completely once I order enough white to finish off my car the way I want to. I don't want to over kill it, but sharing my ideas as well as learning about what others have tried, can help everyone in the future!














New pics of different spots:






I didn't have time, but I tried to put some around the rear tail light housing too. With the right time, I will be able to get it to work, so that's another spot to add it.

I don't want to over kill the interior, but I want to keep it all even too

Please post up your current ideas or set ups!
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that's soooooo good !!!!!

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I am working on finding out what the best yardage to order is IF you do certain parts and not others. Tomorrow I'll be doing all of the measurements on my lunch. I'm leaving for vacation Friday, so I have my new white on order to test and fit more but I won't be able to play with the white until Saturday the 13th.

I will make a list in the first post that has the best yardage to order based on your plans with the interior.
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so you just push the piping in the creases and it stays ??

what keeps it in that one spot ??
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Yes, some spots or hard or need to be trimmed (I'll post pictures tomorrow night to show what I mean) but everything pushes right in and stays. You can remove it at any time if you get sick of it without destroying the entire interioir.



This is a side view of the piping. The thin piece just pushes between the pieces of the interior
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That blue looks awesome I have to get this done. Are you getting yours off ebay? I looked once a couple weeks ago and was never able to find what I was looking for.. I want something close to deep water blue.. but now that your done with that blue that will work too!
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Please post up your current ideas or set ups!

NICE! I like this!! Gonna steal! hehehe

I already had done my doors/etc, but a month ago, I did this too:



I Gotta say though...if you do this, I recommend you START around the lighter, instead of ending there. Cause that one part can be a bit of a *****!
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Great thread!

Can we also add some links to suppliers/pricing for the piping?

I know of the eBay seller but would like to get from anywhere else if possible.
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Originally Posted by Madcoder View Post
Great thread!

Can we also add some links to suppliers/pricing for the piping?

I know of the eBay seller but would like to get from anywhere else if possible.
I don't know of anywhere else. But not sure why you'd need that. With the e-bay seller, you're looking at a WHOPPING $15 for more than you'll probably even need. Shipping included.

But I guess if anyone else knows of others, sure...add it.

E-bay seller:
hattrick15 | eBay

And now, it looks like they have a facebook page too:

http://www.facebook.com/VinylPiping
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so you just push the piping in the creases and it stays ??

what keeps it in that one spot ??
In 90% of the creases, there's enough gap for the pipping to slide in, but it's tight enough to hold it in place.

In SOME spots, the gap might be a little bigger, so a few pieces of cut tape on that edge can widen it enough to make the fit snug.

In rare instances, the gap is too tight to fit, you can just cut the lip/edge down in these spots, and the surrounding areas will hold it in place.

But for the most part, it's a perfect fit in a lot of the places

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