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    IVA under-dash

    To “block-off” the under dash area for IVA requirements, what have people used, and what method of fixing?
    Any pics appreciated too....
    Thanks
    Simon
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    In the past I used Millboard available from Woolies. I created a shaped panel by slightly grooving the Millboard for folding and using small rivets to maintain the shape. The panels were then fitted either side of the tunnel boxing in the dash area. If you have a heater don't forget to cut out the floor vents! Close fitting is a good idea to avoid knee banging as well.

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    I know some have had issues with the heater matrix being directly above the passenger’s feet. I made a simple aluminium shield and covered it with carpet.
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    Ok gents, thanks
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    carpet tiles
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    Cardboard template made, and then transferred to plywood board.
    Cut out with jigsaw, round edges with a file, and covered in vinyl by stapling on the rear - board them matches the dash.
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    Black polycarbonate sheet folded and cut fixed with self adhesive Velcro. Tester was well impressed
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