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Parts are hit or miss really, at parts stores or at vendors.

I've had good and junky bits from the same vendors, so I guess it just amounts to their parts makers.

It is sort of a moving target it seems with fitment and quality.


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Yet another wrong part. Amazing how well things fit and look when you get the right carpet. Now I have an extra low hump carpet to add to the list of extra stuff sent to me. Maybe I will make floor mats out of the low hump one.

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