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I purchased this for my 2010 sxt and I couldn't be happier with the quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. It definitley protects my dash from the sun's harmful rays :thumbup:

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If I'm being a devils advocate by expecting the dash line to be cut straight opposed to (I'm really not sure what to call that cut?) the way it is on yours, then yes, I'll be one.

I wasn't trying to be one... It just appeared it may have been on crooked because the dash line didn't match the factory curve. Sounds like you confirmed that's just the way it is.

Good to hear you're happy with yours. Owner satisfaction is the most important thing.....

I wouldn't be though. Haha


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If I'm being a devils advocate by expecting the dash line to be cut straight opposed to (I'm really not sure what to call that cut?) the way it is on yours, then yes, I'll be one.

I wasn't trying to be one... It just appeared it may have been on crooked because the dash line didn't match the factory curve. Sounds like you confirmed that's just the way it is.

Good to hear you're happy with yours. Owner satisfaction is the most important thing.....

I wouldn't be though. Haha


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Gotcha bro. To each their own. If anything, my dash is protected from the suns harmful rays and dust. :cool:

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