Triumph TR6 Crash Pads and Ashtray
The original method of production for the waist rail trim, dashtop and crash rail padding is called foam box moulding. It isn’t really suitable for mass production, especially as it involves 3 separate operations. The first is the metal press tool to produce the mounting metalwork (as in the dash crash padding). The second is the vacuum forming tool, which puts the shape and grain into the vinyl. Finally, these two components are assembled into a box which aligns the skin correctly relative to its metal work and expanding foam is injected between the two. Open the box and out pops the finished article, though this may need light trimming. Regrettably though this trim is nice when new, both skin and foam are easily damaged. The foam also seems to succumb to the ravages of sunlight, not that too much ravaging by sunlight occurs in the UK. The actual crash protection offered is negligible and the hardness of the foam varies considerably.
Interior Trim Information
If you modify it - then you own it!
All our re-manufactured interior trim is produced to the highest standard. If you genuinely believe that any of our trim (seat covers/carpets etc) does not/will not fit then we will either exchange it, or offer a full refund (in line with our normal procedure). However, if any item of trim has been modified in any way whatsoever (ie cut, trimmed, unstitched, etc) by the purchaser in an attempt to rectify a problem, then any claims for faulty goods will be Null & Void.