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Originally posted by ssgtbarclay@Nov 28 2004, 04:58 PM
I'm over on Davis-Monthan AFB. Your right looks almost just like mine. How hard were those side markers to change out?

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They aren't that hard... depends on how small/large your hands are. I installed them by removing like 5 or 6 bolts off the bottom of the bumper (underside) and was able to squeeze my hands up there, there are 2 phillips head screws that hold each marker in. So otherwise I think you have to take the bumper off...

Let me know if you have any questions... My install services are available too (small hands), it'd be cool to meet some other owners that are interested in "modding".

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I am located at Yuma, Arizona!
 

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Originally posted by DaTaSPiKe+Nov 28 2004, 07:34 PM-->
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@Nov 28 2004, 04:58 PM
I'm over on Davis-Monthan AFB. Your right looks almost just like mine. How hard were those side markers to change out?

ssgtbarclay

They aren't that hard... depends on how small/large your hands are. I installed them by removing like 5 or 6 bolts off the bottom of the bumper (underside) and was able to squeeze my hands up there, there are 2 phillips head screws that hold each marker in. So otherwise I think you have to take the bumper off...

Let me know if you have any questions... My install services are available too (small hands), it'd be cool to meet some other owners that are interested in "modding".

Chris

I think the easiest way to do it with out skinning your hands trying to squeeze them in there (which I have done already) is just to remove the front tires, remove like 1 screw and like 3 or 4 of those clips on the splash guard to get to them. Taking the tire off is just way easier than removing the bumper and saves the skin on your hands.
 

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I might have to get some help from you guys down the road if you don't mind. Working on an aircraft is easy, working on your car now that is scary.

As far as modding, oh ya I want to mod it with the Veilside Ver. 3 body kit and hood along with a set of Racing Hart J8 Rims.

P.S. Did you know that 350z Motorsports is located up in north Tucson? http://www.350zmotorsports.com/index.html
 

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Originally posted by ssgtbarclay@Nov 29 2004, 01:14 AM
I might have to get some help from you guys down the road if you don't mind. Working on an aircraft is easy, working on your car now that is scary.

As far as modding, oh ya I want to mod it with the Veilside Ver. 3 body kit and hood along with a set of Racing Hart J8 Rims.

P.S. Did you know that 350z Motorsports is located up in north Tucson?    http://www.350zmotorsports.com/index.html

Well I'm always available... so drop me a line, and perhaps we'll see each other around from time to time.

Perhaps we can even do a drive to Mt. Lemon or something?

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Originally posted by DaTaSPiKe@Dec 1 2004, 02:04 PM
I know how take the headlights apart, just not sure where to get the plastic pieces.

Unfortunately, there is nowhere to get them. Ares (from my350z) used to sell them, but not anymore
 

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Tempe, AZ. Soon to be in Tucson.
 

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...keeping the thread alive...ive been out here in Goodyear, AZ for 13 years now and re-joined the z community of owners coming up about a year ago.

Peace, Ron

2006 PPW Veilside v3 350Z
~uNdEr CoNsTrUcTiOn As We SpEaK - mOdS wHaT aRe ThEy?~
 
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