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    Install Instructions RF315

    RF315 Dash Pad Install Instructions 1960-1963 Comet, 1964-1966 Australian XP Falcon and Ute                Congratulations on the purchase of your new dash pad from Rhino Fabrication. The pad you have purchased was made in the USA by craftsmen that honestly care about their end product, and the quality within. Each pad is formed, poured, trimmed and packaged in Oregon at our small manufacturing facility. We have attempted to provide you with a functional and cosmetically beautiful product for your automobile that you can be proud of. We hope you have years of satisfaction knowing that the pad you have purchased was made in America. Our dash pad was...

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    RF307 Dash Pad

    Before attempting to install your new RF307 (1962-1965 Ford Fairlane or 1962-1963 Mercury Meteor) dash pad a couple of things need to be addressed. First inspect your pad to become familiar with the perimeter, any areas that you believe may be a challenge to you during the install and in short take a few minutes to examine the task you are about to tackle. The pad you have purchased is a relatively simple pad to install considering you have the skill sets and knowledge to complete the install.  Be aware that soft trim installation is not a job that everyone can do, or should attempt.  An install job done well gives a great deal...

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    Your Guide to a Successful Dash Pad Color Change

    Ok so here are the directions on changing the color of your dash pad manufactured at Rhino Fabrication. First, our American Craftsmen here at Rhino Fabrication use no silicone in our shop what so ever. The absence of silicone helps keep the surface of the vinyl free of nasty stuff that could possibly screw up your attempt at a great color change on the padded dash you purchased for your classic vehicle. With that being said, remember that by now you have probably opened the package from Rhino Fabrication containing your new dash pad. In doing so you have slightly contaminated the PVC skin surface you will be wanting to color. Don’t panic, this...

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