Change to Yellow interior stitching

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I wasn’t a big fan of yellow interior stitching so had it changed. Very pleased with quality of work.
 

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Very nice! How did you change it, dye or restiching?

I'm lukewarm on the chartreuse.
 
I’ll share more details once I get my truck back.

My buddies Doing a bunch of stuff for me. I just put 35” Nitto MT’s with 18” fuel vapor wheels, looks badass.
Borla exhaust, color match wheel well flares, skid plate, recovery hooks, black badging etc is in process
 
I’ll share more details once I get my truck back.

My buddies Doing a bunch of stuff for me. I just put 35” Nitto MT’s with 18” fuel vapor wheels, looks badass.
Borla exhaust, color match wheel well flares, skid plate, recovery hooks, black badging etc is in process
How about some more specifics?
 

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I was wondering how you did they thread dying?
 
Looks good! I did mine right after I bought it. Didn't like the narrow track width and hidden tires.
 
Can you please provide details on how to change the stitching color. I don't like it in mine at all. Was almost a deal breaker on the truck.

Much appreciated!
 
Looks awesome! My HD ZR2 is being built this week, I’m glad I found this info because the yellow stitching was almost a deal breaker for me!
 
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I just bought a Michael's red fabric marker to test. It really leaves a nice deep red, picture makes it look a.little faded. Not sure it fully wiped off the leather though, but didn't want to rub it until thread dried good. Gonna see what it looks like in a week.
 

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Thanks @AXE ! If it will not rub off the leather, then it's a non starter for me.
Yeah, the marker has a sharp point so was easy to put on. It looked wet for a second then absorbed in thread. However it looked wet on leather. I dabbed it and most came off but there's a hint of red still there. I'll wipe with damp cotton cloth later and see if it comes off.
 
Yeah, the marker has a sharp point so was easy to put on. It looked wet for a second then absorbed in thread. However it looked wet on leather. I dabbed it and most came off but there's a hint of red still there. I'll wipe with damp cotton cloth later and see if it comes off.
Keep me posted
 
I wiped the fabric dye from the leather and it came off easy. Seemed to stay on the thread pretty well after a few days. You can see the white cloth shows the excess dye wiped off. Might go for it.
 

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