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Discussion in 'Clarity' started by fotomoto, Apr 22, 2019.
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I've only got little over 8k miles on mine and when I went to the dealer they were saying the tread was 7/32 front and 5/32 already on the back ones.
Holy Moly...Well Done!
Forget the tires, your clean and uncluttered garage is marking mine look like a third world ghetto!
You have shamed me into working in a hot garage this week.
I will however be interested in how the new tires work and wear.
Lucian must have just moved in. Did not get around to unloading all the stuff yet.
Here are the pictures. I am quite pleased with the final result:
I know the saying "If you have to ask....." but how much were those mats? And what kind are they?
Lol!!!! No I’ve lived there for 9 years. It was like everyone else’s cluttered. I decided to take a day off In This Georgia heat and get it right. It literally took me 8 hours.
Just commit one whole day and “Get Her Done”
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It's custom Tuxmat for Clarity. Costs about $200. Here is the Amazon Link for it. The mats were custom cut and took some efforts to put in. But with the way it's done, I'm very comfortable that when I replace them someday, the interior underneath will still be in mint condition.
Ordered the maxpider mats today. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07HHSD9F1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I got those because the fronts can be purchased separately and they have some good reviews on the forum here. I already have some generic aftermarket "heavy-duty" mats in the rear that don't get much use so I didn't want to buy a full set.
Good reason. Let me know if you like the maxpider mats. I think I may get them down the road if the Tuxmat's front seat mats get worn out before the rear ones. Being able to buy the fronts separately is definitely a plus!
I did have 15% put on back and side windows. It’s a Ceremic tint. I was told it provides IR protection to assist in reducing Heat in the vehicle above ambient temp. I also did a 50% tint on the front which is a first for me. I absolutely love the tint with the dark gray. Totally worth
I debadged today. It was over 100 in CA today so I just waited til sundown and literally used a plastic spatula from the kitchen to pop up the badges. Once I had the edge they slowly peeled off and any excess adhesive could be removed with fingernails. Ideally having a plastic razor blade to Use while you’re peeling back the badge would be easiest. Left only front and back H. Looks awesome. Sadly I had to add my purple car pool lane stickers but worth it and just looks better and better.
Too bad you can't put the stickers on the inside of the windshield, but with so many benefits, I get why you put them where needed.
I only put on two of the four stickers so I’m keeping my fingers crossed that I won’t get hassled. But between the tint and the stickers I may just be asking for it.
I read a comment once by someone who got pulled over for only having three of the four stickers. Each sticker has to be on a specific part of the car, so it won't take long for your missing stickers to be noticed, although I suppose the one on the left rear quarter panel is harder to see while you are in the HOV lane.
Then again people drive in the HOV lanes all the time without any stickers and get away with it, but if you have paid for the stickers you may as well put them all on regardless of how ugly they are, no need to risk a fine.
Just came in today. Fit. Like. A. Glove. Even the latch points lined up perfectly. They have a carbon-fiber look to them, fairly light and rigid with a velcro-ish bottom material and since they fit the footwells so well they don't really need any extra rigidity & weight to keep them in place. Like another member said, I find the emblem a little much. It's riveted on so if I can't easily remove it without causing cosmetic damage, I'll try toning it down with a permanent marker.
The Tuxmat logos are also a bit too noticeable, I was thinking about masking it off and spraying the logos with black Plasti Dip
As long as the logos don't see a lot of foot traffic which I don't think they will, that should work well. I think I might even have some flat black on the shelf.....