dannyman2381
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dannyman2381

TYF Newbie, 38

dannyman2381 was last seen:
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    1. wyattz71
      wyattz71
      That sounds cool.. Throw up a pic when its finished. If i go through all the effort of taking that shit off ill probably paint it black like the denali plastic trim or somehting real close to black. The grey/brown look is a little desert storm camo-ish for me.
    2. wyattz71
      wyattz71
      yea man, anytime. You should like the ride; I'm running OEM grade monroe shocks (nothing special, but not the cheapest) and the ride is pretty good.

      Also, i forgot to mention but i'm sure you can see this... the front fender flares are shaped into the lower Grey valence so you should definitely take all that shit off. Sold the whole set on here to a local tyf member for $150 i think. Its not too hard to do, all bolt-on's except for the last rail. There you'll have to drill out the rivets. They're under the car and you'll never see the holes.
    3. wyattz71
      wyattz71
      hey man i got the 2/3 so i dont know if you have plans for the front or what..

      The rear was easier. My buddy has a full lift so that obviously helps but other than that be prepared to replace your shocks if they need it because you have to disconnect them in the process. It will be super convenient.. I have 285/70/17's so i actually had some rub in the rear but i ripped out all the wheel lining and dont have any rub at all now...

      As far as the moldings, there were no holes, just some rub marks, clean them then use a scratch remover.. worked perfect for me and there weren't really any paint differences.

      hit me up if you have any more questions.
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    Feb 3, 1981 (Age: 38)
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