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post #1 of 6 Old Oct 27th, 2007, 4:06 am Thread Starter
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First off, let me say that Don Muddman is a great guy to deal with. I placed an order for the armrests while he was having a problem with the powder coating finish. Straight away he emailed me saying "we have problems, I understand if you withdraw your money", to which I answered "just keep the money and send them when it is all sorted." Well it took almost 3 weeks, but in that time he kept me up-to-date with an email every few days (you could just hear his frustration). As soon as they were ready he shipped them, and 8 DAYS later (not bad from the states) they arrived.
So I have now installed them and have a few piccies of the finished product.
Being an early '99 model, I did not have to worry about the trunk light switch as they had not added that yet. They were a snap to install, and the finish is top quallity.
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Agree with your comments.

What´s the little red button for ?.

Are the sheep skins from Oz ?.

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Agree with your comments.

What´s the little red button for ?.
Red button is wifes push-to-talk button for the CB.

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Are the sheep skins from Oz ?.
Yes they are. Some guy in Sydney does them to fit. Ordered them through the local sheepskin shop.

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Must be same I bought then, think they are called GoodWool
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Nice Brian. Hope Mim enjoys them, guess we'll hear soon enough! What was total cost to get them?

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Nice Brian. Hope Mim enjoys them, guess we'll hear soon enough! What was total cost to get them?
They cost $312.00 with shipping. Not bad considering the alternative are US$350.

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