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It's a put-the-car-up-on-ramps-instead-of-jack-stands-and-remove-the-splash-guard install so I'm not sure when I'll get around to it, especially with boxes in the garage for the move. Hopefully I'll be able to this weekend.
 

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If you werent so fast to post pics, I would have called and said "dude wheres my grill"..One thing I learned living on a major road with a bus stop in front of my house for 12 years,is that "IF I DIDNT SIGN,IT DIDNT ARRIVE"
 

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So how does it look in person? From what I read it is powder coated and very nice quality, that's why I wanted it in the first place instead of some flimsy put on w/ zip ties thing. Glad you got it your hot little hands! Can't wait to see it on (and for you to photochop it onto lucy for me!
) :goodtimes: Good luck w/ the install....at least you've removed that splash guard before! K&N anyone, bueller? You need an air ratchet?????
 

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Originally posted by jinxxycat@Jul 26 2004, 08:41 PM
So how does it look in person?  From what I read it is powder coated and very nice quality, that's why I wanted it in the first place instead of some flimsy put on w/ zip ties thing.  Glad you got it your hot little hands!  Can't wait to see it on (and for you to photochop it onto lucy for me!
)  :goodtimes:  Good luck w/ the install....at least you've removed that splash guard before! K&N anyone, bueller?  You need an air ratchet?????

<span style="color:darkblue">From the couple of minutes I stared at it and figured out how to attach it, it looked really nice. Very shiny


Yeah, the K&N was my first venture in removing the splash guard (although I just had to loosen the front for that). The oil changes are fun. Haha.

[drool]Air ratchet..........[/drool]</span>
 
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