Is your 60 Series still wearing it's original carpet? Chances are very likely, yes it is 👎🏽
It most likely still has dog hair in there from the previous 2x owners, Maccas chips from that late night last year along with some other 'memories embedded' in it 🍟🐶
Definitely, time to replace 🔄
Your 60 Series isn't a new car, but we know there's been a few times when you've hopped in and thought "geez I wish this interior felt cleaner, newer, fresher" 😩
This is the first step to a fresh interior... 👄
What problems will this solve?
🔧 Installation, our thoughts? 🤔
Pretty simple install, our process looked like this:
A note from our supplier:
Plush Pile - Uses a similar construction process to Loop pile but with a much higher yarn density of 750 grams per square meter.
Plush pile (sometimes referred to as Cut pile) gives a more luxurious appearance and is generally used in most vehicles from the mid 1980's to the present day.
Super Plush - Uses a similar construction process to plush pile but with a much higher yarn density of 950 grams per square meter. Super Plush pile gives of a lush and thick luxurious appearance. Originally Used in the early 70s for SLE commodores, Ford LTD and Statesmen.
Please note our carpet comes with NO holes cut in it. Free fitting instructions:
1 - open your parcel, make sure you have everything you ordered
2 - Lay out your new carpet and pop moulded contours back into place if applicable
3 - Remove door sill plates, kick panels, front seats and rear seat base
4 - Remove centre console (where applicable), seat belt bolts and any other trims retaining old carpet
5 - Remove old carpet, keep it do not discard it yet. Remove old underfelt taking note of where it was. Vacuum or sweep the floor clean. Place the old carpet over your new moulded carpet. Using the old carpet as a template, mark any holes or additional cut outs on the new carpet with chalk. Do not cut yet.
6 - If removing underfelt only, lay it in the same area as you removed it from.
7 - Starting with the rear carpet, place your new carpet in the vehicle by entering it on the tunnel and working towards the sides.
8 - Now repeat this with the front carpet matching the contours of the carpet with the floor
9 - You may need to cut some of the holes you marked out earlier (gearstick, console brackets, etc.)
10 - After confirming the proper fit, cut the required holes as you fit the carpet to the vehicle
11 - depending on your particular model of vehicle it may be necessary to trim the excess carpet from the sides as most carpets are left slightly wider in case the carpet has been fitted slightly off centre.
12 - replace rear seat base, seat belt bolts, centre console, front seat bolts, kick panels, door sill plates and any other trims your removed earlier.
Please note: the colour reproduction of these samples will vary dependant on the viewers graphics/monitor settings. We have no control over these settings and would advise the customer to always email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss their requirements if they have any doubts regarding the correct colour for their vehicle."