It looks like the templates are gone. I guess I will have to use my sewing skills to reinvent something that will work for me. I like the idea of keeping things from sliding.[/QUOTE][Moderator Edit: On page four (4) of this thread, there are templates for making your own non-slip cutouts.
I got black at Wal Mart when I got the E Her name is the Tardis even though she is Shoreline Silver Mist color. I love the Dr. Who series.)Ok... here is the deal. I would like to do this to my E as well. I have the Shoreline Mist Exterior so the interior is gray/black.
I can not find any gray or black rubbery lattice stuff anywhere. I checked K-mart, but of course Matha's only has pretty girlie pastels and Wal-Mart only has bright pretties as well.
Where can I get some manly stuff!!! Something grey or black?
Any idea folks? I am tired of my cell phone taking a ride on the dash board coaster.
I bought some cheap shelf liner, made my patterns and cut them out and wound up hating them. Gladly gave the $20 to buy the Ebay ones and love them - higher quality material and much better cut. Live and learn.You know for under 20 bucks you really cant beat the price i just found them and think im gonna spring for some if it takes me an hour to fab these up and to pick up the material there goes 20 bucks. Thanks again guys!
Doesn't come up anymoreI put some of this stuff into my new Element and I found it took a little time to make templates of all the cut outs. So for the benefit of future users, I've scanned in my templates, touched them up in Photoshop. They're not perfect and you might need to do a little minor trimming but here they are below. Just to make things a little exciting, you can figure out where they go.
Just a technical note, these scans are designed to print properly on a typical PC monitor that use 96dpi screen resolution. However, most Macintosh systems use 72dpi. If you need a mac version, please click on this link: http://www.jimlin.com/pics/mac/mac.html
Keep in mind that not all macs use 72dpi. If that is the case, then the only other alternative is to load the images into a program like Photoshop which will scale properly no matter what dpi your monitor is set at.