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Old 11-03-13, 08:23 AM   #31
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I like it!

However I do also like what a good set of fog light bring to the table as well.


I think you should try and fill the license plate notch as well, for that super smoothed out look!
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Old 11-06-13, 10:58 AM   #32
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I like it!

However I do also like what a good set of fog light bring to the table as well.


I think you should try and fill the license plate notch as well, for that super smoothed out look!
Would love to but since I live in CA, rolling w/o front plate will get you a ticket. Really hate this law!
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Old 11-06-13, 11:06 AM   #33
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You still can, you just have to get a floating offset plate mount like you may have seen on EVOs or Hondas.
Mounts to the crash bar through the lower grill opening and floats out in front of where the passenger or drive fog light would be. Two bolts and it's off for shows.
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Old 11-06-13, 11:14 AM   #34
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Or something like these http://shop.bigmikesperformanceparts.com/main.sc
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Been over 3 months and no cracking, etc. which is surprising since my street has been under construction for at least the same amount of time. More potholes than usual

I was never 100% satisfied with my work so last wknd I had another go with a skimcoat of filler and more paint. Then just for laughs I shot my bumper lip in chrome and threw that back on. It'll do for now. Happy New Year!
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I still say shave the plate recess and get one of those motorized front plate frames like i linked to above, would make a world of difference in the overall look!


BTW, i really like it!
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I still say shave the plate recess and get one of those motorized front plate frames like i linked to above, would make a world of difference in the overall look!


BTW, i really like it!
Thanks. Keep tempting me and I will do it!
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Thanks. Keep tempting me and I will do it!
Well, you could just make a "plate filler" piece that pops into place using some sort of clip, kind like the way the fog lights were originally held in.
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