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Fiero Carpet by BMTFIERO
Started on: 05-18-2010 01:30 PM
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Report this Post05-18-2010 01:30 PM Click Here to See the Profile for BMTFIEROClick Here to Email BMTFIEROSend a Private Message to BMTFIERODirect Link to This Post
Where can I find new replacement carpet for my cars. Any help would be appreciated.

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Report this Post05-18-2010 02:02 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fieroguy123Click Here to Email fieroguy123Send a Private Message to fieroguy123Direct Link to This Post
There's a link on Mr. Mikes website to a lady down south that does pre-cut carpet kits. I bought mine from her and got the carpet for both sides for $160 with free shipping because mr. mike referred me. HOWEVER, I wasn't very impressed with the quality of the carpet, or the cut. I had to do alot of trimming, but I would rather trim than try to stretch it. So as far as satisfied goes, I give her a 6/10, but the price was right......
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I used Auto Carpet Company, I see they do not make the salt & pepper color anymore. They fit well and have lasted well also. Here is there link:

http://www.autocarpetoriginals.com/

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Report this Post05-18-2010 03:35 PM Click Here to See the Profile for grkboy707Click Here to Email grkboy707Send a Private Message to grkboy707Direct Link to This Post
TFS? Its less than the above mentioned store, and just a little more than the old ladys prices.
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Report this Post05-18-2010 04:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Alex4mulaClick Here to Email Alex4mulaSend a Private Message to Alex4mulaDirect Link to This Post
I have used ACC and it is of very good quality and fit. Nice thick material.
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Report this Post05-18-2010 05:34 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Hulki U. My-BFFClick Here to Email Hulki U. My-BFFSend a Private Message to Hulki U. My-BFFDirect Link to This Post
Just rip some shag carpet out of a home built in the 60's and put that in.
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Report this Post05-18-2010 06:07 PM Click Here to See the Profile for topcatClick Here to Email topcatSend a Private Message to topcatDirect Link to This Post
If you are plannig on buying ACC carpets in the next two weeks, shoot me a pm.

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Report this Post05-18-2010 06:41 PM Click Here to See the Profile for BMTFIEROClick Here to Email BMTFIEROSend a Private Message to BMTFIERODirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by Hulki U. My-BFF:

Just rip some shag carpet out of a home built in the 60's and put that in.


Only if it is burnt orange. Yeah Baby!

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Report this Post05-18-2010 07:16 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fierocarpartsClick Here to Email fierocarpartsSend a Private Message to fierocarpartsDirect Link to This Post
Interested in black?
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FieroCarParts,

I am actually looking for black.... got a set...

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Report this Post05-18-2010 10:18 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FierobruiserClick Here to Email FierobruiserSend a Private Message to FierobruiserDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by fierocarparts:

Interested in black?


I thought that the Fiero Store was handling ACC, ICBW. If you have more than 1 black set. I might be interested depending on... molded, pile type,pads in place, condition, shipping?

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Report this Post05-18-2010 11:00 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Bradley JayClick Here to Email Bradley JaySend a Private Message to Bradley JayDirect Link to This Post
This forces me to bring up a some-what related question-

Is it hard to just buy a roll of carpet, cut & trim it yourself then install it?
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Report this Post05-18-2010 11:57 PM Click Here to See the Profile for IMSA GTClick Here to Email IMSA GTSend a Private Message to IMSA GTDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by Bradley Jay:

This forces me to bring up a some-what related question-

Is it hard to just buy a roll of carpet, cut & trim it yourself then install it?


No....it is very simple. Thats what I did when I changed my interior to black. Just be sure to lay the new carpet over the old that way you have the padding underneath.
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Report this Post05-19-2010 01:50 AM Click Here to See the Profile for BMTFIEROClick Here to Email BMTFIEROSend a Private Message to BMTFIERODirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by Bradley Jay:

. . . Is it hard to just buy a roll of carpet, cut & trim it yourself then install it?


 
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No....it is very simple. Thats what I did when I changed my interior to black. Just be sure to lay the new carpet over the old that way you have the padding underneath.



What type of carpet did you buy? Did the carpet lay well? How did you secure it? Do you have any pics? More info please.
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Report this Post05-19-2010 06:39 AM Click Here to See the Profile for grkboy707Click Here to Email grkboy707Send a Private Message to grkboy707Direct Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by BMTFIERO:
What type of carpet did you buy? Did the carpet lay well? How did you secure it? Do you have any pics? More info please.


X2. This sounds cheap and cusomizable.
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Report this Post05-19-2010 04:20 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Bradley JayClick Here to Email Bradley JaySend a Private Message to Bradley JayDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by IMSA GT:


No....it is very simple. Thats what I did when I changed my interior to black. Just be sure to lay the new carpet over the old that way you have the padding underneath.


Awesome. Thanks.
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Report this Post05-19-2010 04:47 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Fiero1KClick Here to Email Fiero1KSend a Private Message to Fiero1KDirect Link to This Post
I recall that Fie Ro did this when he changed his interior carpet color to tan, and he has possibly the greatest interior ever. Didn't give a ton of details on it though. I saw some at Wal-Mart in black and thought it would work well for my eventual camel/black interior (it's grey now).

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