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Old 06-24-2014, 08:24 AM   #1
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Replacing carpet around steering column

The carpet around my DP steering column and under brake/accelerator pedals is looking rather shabby. Wound like to replace with a rubber type surface that looks good, will hold up and is easy to clean. Has anyone done something like this, where did you get the product and any installation/ upkeep issues. Thanks!
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carpet is easier to work with and covers that area better.
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Amen to what Ernie just said. Look at my post for the fun I've been having.
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Many coaches have carpet. Some have the black rubber bellows. Some have nothing. When you look close at the joint there maybe a grease zerk there that you can add a little grease to. There maybe one under the floor outside. I use contact cement and hot melt glue to keep the carpet in place.
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