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post #1 of 9 Old 06-17-2017, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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Map pocket delete

Just wanted to share some pics of a little project I did today. Bought map pocket delete panels from lmr "made by tmi". Install was Pretty easy.

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post #2 of 9 Old 06-17-2017, 08:48 PM
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I bought some snake skin pleather from Hobby Lobby for $8 and made my own. ####'s pretty baller.
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I bought some snake skin pleather from Hobby Lobby for $8 and made my own. ####'s pretty baller.
Nice!! Let's see some pics

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I'll try and remember to snap some tomorrow.

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All you have to do is remove the staples from the pocket material, leave the under material stapled, and then put it back on. You literally paid for something you already had lol.
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All you have to do is remove the staples from the pocket material, leave the under material stapled, and then put it back on. You literally paid for something you already had lol.
then it just looks like you ripped the outer part of the picket off, because that's what you did. It cost me about $20 to do this. I've done them before in black vinyl for a nice clean oem look for the same price.
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Another option to deal with sagging map pockets...

I bought some 3/4" elastic off amazon for $2 or so, and just restrung the pocket.

Good as new
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That's what I did ^^

The no pocket look is just weird to me, plus where would I keep my maps? I actually have a state map in the pocket lol
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