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Carbon fiber delaminating

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When I bought my 2012 SRT8, the dash carbon fiber was peeling, but a warranty claim was already in place and was changed shortly after the car became mine.

Then the passenger door carbon fiber came unstuck and I was out of pocket to buy a new one. (as it wasn't under warranty).

Now the gear shift plate is coming unstuck from the corners... suffice to say, I am sick of the carbon fiber (never really loved the look, much preferred chrome, black or brushed aluminium). I have emailed Chrysler Australia with N06 (carbon fiber peeling known problem) which I found on this forum, and waiting for their reply. But not holding my breath as I have read many thats "America not Australia fixes"...

I have been looking to replace them all, but can't find anything on the net. CariD have a stainless steel cover for it, which looks awesome, but don't know if it would "fix" the carbon fiber warping or just bend the new part (and not wanting an expensive lesson to find out...).

Anyone installed it or found a billet piece to replace it? As well as the rest of the little pieces?

Any help would be appreciated.

WARNING: the previous statement may contain traces of sarcasm and/or ridiculousness.
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if you pull the pieces a good c&c guy could make them for you in billet or anything else. or and off all the carbon fiber and use a aftermarket covering kit. but all covers eventually fail due to the high heat and changes in a cars interior.

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if you pull the pieces a good c&c guy could make them for you in billet or anything else. or and off all the carbon fiber and use a aftermarket covering kit. but all covers eventually fail due to the high heat and changes in a cars interior.
In the US I have warranty, so every time I have my oil changed in the hot months I have a new shift plate put in.

If I could buy a black leather one I would just replace it that way.

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Thanks for the info Trenton, although not what I wanted to hear....

Lol koooop, that sounds extremely tedious and painful!

I thought someone in the states would of made it by now and be slinging them cheap. Just my luck the first Gen has a much larger aftermarket scene
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Just wondering is this peeling problem only on the carbon fiber version of the trim? Looking at the other models, if someone could correct me if I'm wrong, they are all woodgrain. So is that the only 2 styles in the second gen?
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