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Noah: Hey, everybody, Noah with ExtremeTerrain here, and you're looking at the RedRock Interior Trim Kit in Red, fitting the 2011 to 2018 Jeep Wrangler JK. Now, if you're looking to spice things up in your interior with a splash of color, but you don't feel like breaking the paint cans out, this red trim kit is perfect for you.What can really change the look of an interior is some color, like a pop of red. But I would not suggest buying a can of spray paint and just hitting the interior with it if you plan on selling it ever again. Maybe the next owner might not like the red paint so much, or you might even get tired of it after a year and you wanna change it up. With a trim kit like this one, you can slip it over the existing trim and when you wanna take it off, you can. Everything is held on with double-sided 3M tape and it's a pretty commitment-free modification since there isn't any glue or drilling or anything like that. Now, they slip on, they stick on, and that's definitely the charm of this kit. They're finished in gloss red and I think these will go good with a lot of paint colors and that's really up to you. This is a 12-piece kit and it's all-inclusive. You don't need to buy anything else to change the trim color all the way across the whole dash.Interiors take a beating, and it's where you spend tons of time. Things get dirty, they get whacked and that's where you tend to see a lot of really cheap interior modifications fail pretty quickly. These aren't built like a lot of other interior upgrades, and they're, actually, made from ABS. ABS is extremely lightweight, it's really strong, and extremely durable. I think that ABS is the material of choice, at least in my opinion, for this application, and you're definitely going to be pleased with the durability of this trim kit. The red finish on the outside even has a scratch-resistant coating on the top layer, so fingernails, coffee cups, and keys aren't going to gouge the surface.The trim kit costs around 70 bucks, which is a great price that really goes hand in hand for a no-commitment install as well. Pretty much any upgrade these days that falls under 100 bucks is very affordable in the world of automotive.According to the site, the install difficulty is only one out of three wrenches, obviously, but the install is going to take you about two hours. Doing a trim install like this, it's really important to clean everything really well and take your time if you want it to stick and stay properly. It's not hard, but it might take you a little while. To show you how it's done, next up we have an XT customer who installed this on their own Wrangler and took the time to walk you through the process.Man: All right, so in the installation instructions, you're supposed to get a wet wipe that has alcohol or a disinfectant wipe. You're supposed to clean down the thing. We'll go start with the driver's side door paneling. It's supposed to be clean, pretty much get all the dust off. So, go ahead you do that so that it has a good stick on it. You take it out. As you can see everything is here and you'll peel those off. They can be sticky. And then, of course, you want to line it up. As you can see the two nails right here will go over the screws you have bored into the door. And then I'm gonna fit right over and you apply firm pressure. It'll look just like that.All right, now we'll go do the steering wheel. So, it'll be three panels that go right here. Of course, take your wet wipe or anything with rubbing alcohol. Wipe it down, get all the dust and the grease off. It's gonna show you over in the package, the first thing you get will either be the left side or right side where all your buttons are. So, for this one, I have the right side, first. It's a little like that, once I take all the stickers off the bat. As you can see, there's three of them, or four. These ones just fit right over. You can line the corners up with the roundness of the steering wheel where the horn is. And then you just press it on, firm pressure, like you did with the window panel. I know, like that and you just keep going around line, each one will come in the package in three so you can do all at once. Same thing, you got the four here you line it up the same way, corner to the roundness of the steering wheel and it will pretty much match it and look like that. I got red because I matched the theme of my Jeep, but you could probably buy other collars on the ExtremeTerrain website. So, then this is the RedRock interior trim. So, again, just like the other side on the right, you apply a firm pressure, you know, it'll stick. And that'll be what it looks like once both of those are on there.And now you got the two things below the horn, and those will come in two separate things, but they'll be kind of connected. Again, you take those out. And these ones only have four strips. You got two down the middle, two on the sides. And the curve here you're going to want to match up with the bottom of the horn. Know what sides on. And just press it on. And, of course, like everything else you'll apply fim pressure. Make sure you get there on the sides or front with the strip. You can almost see the strip through it. Keep it on there. Put pressure on the side, the front, just press down. Even pressure. That's what it's, generally, look like once that's all done.All right, next, we have the air vents. And again, those come in four pieces all in the same package. So, like the instructions say, you want to take a wet wipe or something that has rubbing alcohol, rub it on the outside. I have the vents closed so I can put the circle on it easier. But there's enough room for you to get that on if they are open. So, you open these you will see that there's little indentations on the plastic, red marking here and you'll see the stickers like everything else on the back here. You want to make sure it matches. The dents will match where areas that you will be pinning on. So, you see the same things right here and you want to match it up with that. So, the short ones are pretty much like that. And now we can just get the stickers off. These stickers on here are connected to make it easier to get off. It is possible that he might rip on you depending on how you take them off. Just like that, when they're connected. You wanna be careful that you just scan the red tape on here and not the gray sticky that's on here. So, you're gonna use all those rough. I used indentations. And you're gonna match the shorter ones up with the shorter things on here. That should fit right over. Apply a firm pressure while you're doing everything else. That all way around. That should get tight seal. Then you still move it like you can without it and you can still push everything open. Then you can still twist. There is not any air out of that hole.All right, now we're on to the second event as you can see I have everything on here. Again, the same thing there will be four areas that you peel off and it's the same way just indentations inside where you would match it where these little mini vents are. Again, you could have it open or closed when you do this I'm having it closed so I don't have to worry about anything. Again, you just take them off I already have these kind of pre-peeled a little bit to make the videos go more smoothly. I've, also, already wiped this. We do the same thing to everything that these sticky backs are going to be touching. You wipe it with the alcohol or any kind of wipe that's cleaning. So, again, you take these two little indentations and match it wherever. It doesn't really matter what direction it's on, the indentations are matching where it goes. Again, you pin them on there as you can see just like that. Then you do your pressing. All around. Again, you can twist and do whatever if you're doing twists and you can open this and it does not inhibit or block any of the air at all. You can twist it both back and forth like Wrangler known to be doing.And again, we're going to this one already pre-wiped. Take all the stickers off so it look like that. It should be pretty clean. Again, you take the two small indentations and match it wherever. Feel the seal around, press. And again, as you can see, you can open the vent both forward and backwards and twist it still just like a Wrangler is known for. Now, we have the fourth vent cover. Again, everything was already pre-peeled and it was already wiped down. This is the one that's going to be all the way over here. Then you do that, you're matched up the indentations with the small mini vents. Firmly press around all the stickers here, and you'll be able to open a vent backwards, forwards, and twist it.Okay, now we'll go do the Jeep 1941 sticker cover. So, this one, as you can see, it'll be Jeep right here, and 1941 there. Now, you both say since 1941, if you want to match it exactly as it is, it'll have the screw covers on there. So, you know, and it'll look the same. It ain't just do the same thing as everything else. You wipe it down, and you peel this backing off.And again, you'll be able to match it where the screws are since 1941. We'll go over to other since 1941. That's just one strip. It will be bending a little bit so you want to make sure you apply firm pressure and go all the way down as it's one sticky strip. Do as much pressure as you can and it should stick and will stick. As you can see, with the since 1941 on all the air cover vents, this is what they look like once they are installed.Now we will move on to the two back doors. If you ordered the set that only covers the two-door Wranglers, this will be it. If you want to see what the four-door Wrangler looks like for the back doors this is coming next. All right, so this is the pentagon side door as you can see there will be two screws right there. It will match, and then pretty much look even just like that. So, of course, like this one you have the one, two, three, four, five sticker back. You peel all those off. Now, you have everything open like that. Then you just want to follow the curve should almost slide right over, slide firm pressure on everywhere the stick was, which is pretty much the whole thing. You can almost grab a fist, just press around with your thumb, or use your hand, take another fist and go all the way back up. And then, so just like that.All right, now we're on the driver's side door. Again, when you look at these panels, they are gonna be sided to each side. The corner right here, we're a touch, and each door, both passenger and rear, have a corner, so you wanna make sure you have the right paneling for that. Again, you take all the stickers off, make sure you wipe it down, and you just put it over and make sure it match, and it'll almost fit right over like a glove. And you apply firm pressure all the way around. Then you can almost grab the handle and use your thumb to push, use that extra strength. And it will look like that.All right, and for the last part of this installation, we are in the back side right behind the passenger seat. Again, you will wipe this down with a rubbing alcohol wipe or any kind of cleaning wipe. Preferably one that's specified for cars. You will have all these stickers trying to pre-peel. Just take them right off. Let's put us in the gray. And again, like I mentioned earlier, there's going to be a pointing side right here. And if a door will have a pointing side, you want to make sure the pointing side that you're matching goes right over. And then, again, as you fall along, everything will go over just like a glove. You're going to put firm pressure down. Again, you need to use this handle right here to get yourself a better grip. And it will look like that.Noah: That was the RedRock Interior Trim Kit in Red, fitting the 2011 to 2018 Jeep Wrangler JK. For all things Wrangler, go ahead and keep it right here, at extremeterrain.com.
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