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yes or no on grille?

 
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Old 01-05-2010, 05:24 PM
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Does your future look like this?

 
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no im the original owneer of the truck.

and that is indeed what the future of my truck will look like...hopefully by next week. looks good now im drooling
 
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Old 01-05-2010, 08:33 PM
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Whats up Pat?? I like the first one
not much, just keeping busy with more projects around the house


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Old 01-05-2010, 09:20 PM
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not much, just keeping busy with more projects around the house


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i was wondering the same thing haha
 
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the best thing I ever did to my truck was get rid of the two tone and go all black.
 
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Old 01-06-2010, 02:31 PM
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i forgot you did that jwool

how much did that run you?
 
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I got T-boned on my passengers side so it needed to be fixed anyways. I always wanted it all black so that was the perfect opportunity to do it. So, I took it to a "friend" who has a body shop in Waco and they did it for me. I claimed it on insurance so the check covered most of it. I think I was only out about $100 which isn't bad at all. They did a pretty half assed job on it though which didn't make me too happy. Patman and I pulled off my front license plate one day to mount it in a different location and found out that they didn't even take it off to spray. So there was literally tan lines from where they just sprayed right over it. So I had them repaint that finally after raising a big stink. He also did my handles and mirrors too and they didn't turn out much better. He redid them again and they're still not right and starting to chip a little bit. Needless to say i'm not taking any paint work to him anymore. When I get my saleen kit on I'm just going to have them re-do everything and my interior again too since he screwed that up too. You'd think that someone who has been around a paint shop their whole life could do a decent job but I guess not.
 
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Yes

This is a great deal. I put one on 2 weeks ago direct bolt on. And if you truck is black the paint looked perfect. Only bad thing is that the entire grill in plastic and a little flimsy but the price was right.
 
 


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