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    Looking good mate, coming along well.
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    Need some advice one the one guys.

    Nevermind. I've cut them out.

    I will make a piece to wrap around the back, but other than that I think I'll leave it as is. I will try to get the other parts made up with some adjustments at work and get some paint from Supercheap.

    If I can get some more rimex I'll grow the sides to the light grey.


    The side of the fridge has ventilation slots if I cut them out in the stainless I'm going to lose the strength across the front what do you think.

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    Awesome fabrication work to make it fit.. but I have to ask..... why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickhead View Post
    Awesome fabrication work to make it fit.. but I have to ask..... why?
    Why, because I can. It's what I do for work.

    Nah, seriously if you go back about a week or so you'll see that with the strap it was pulling away. I was always going to make the other pieces just to neaten it all up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Need some advice one the one guys.

    Nevermind. I've cut them out.

    I will make a piece to wrap around the back, but other than that I think I'll leave it as is. I will try to get the other parts made up with some adjustments at work and get some paint from Supercheap.

    If I can get some more rimex I'll grow the sides to the light grey.


    The side of the fridge has ventilation slots if I cut them out in the stainless I'm going to lose the strength across the front what do you think.

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    If you take a plastic piece of the interior trim into Bunnings they have a colour spectrophotometer that will read the colour information from a surface and mix up paint to match it.
    You can get a sample pot around 250mls for about $8 from memory, but they will do whatever quantity you need.

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    Thanks.
    But Supercheap and Autobarn both do it in a can just need to provide interior code, pretty sure it's code K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
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    But Supercheap and Autobarn both do it in a can just need to provide interior code, pretty sure it's code K.

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    Oh that's great then, I didn't know they could match interior colours, very cool!
    The codes are stamped on the VIN plate on the fire wall

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    looking good mate, coming along well. I would have just cut a hole, well a rectangle within the side but not up to the top, you wouldn't block that much ventilation by leaving 10-20mm there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cremulator View Post
    Oh that's great then, I didn't know they could match interior colours, very cool!
    The codes are stamped on the VIN plate on the fire wall
    Tightass method of code K: Bunnings close enough because its not a Lexus E3695842-F1D8-4524-A464-CB7C7105CA38.jpeg8CF2906B-056B-4ABB-87ED-F64C053D489F.jpeg

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