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    Well, I cut the sheetmetal on my TJ for the first time tonight. I didnt have any problem doing it . . . it was kinda fun. I just measured twice, cut once. Actually it was measure 10+ times, cut once . I followed this guys thread, which was very interesting to read: Hood Vents and Cooling

    I didnt take any before or during pics, but here are the afters. I really like the way it turned out.













    I'll try and take some daytime pics, but this is all I have for now.
    Last edited by Dukes69; 07-31-03, 09:28 PM.
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    LOOKS GOOD CHRIS!

    Itll be interesting to see how well it works in keeping the heat down. You could fry an egg on my hood

    Tam
    2002 TJ on 35s a bit of lift with some stuff
    Rock-ItMan all the way around

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    • #3
      looks good, duke! but.... it looks like your priorities are all mixed up. get the thing flexing, then make it all fancy j/k
      looks good... really
      >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
      ERIK


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      • #4
        Originally posted by NAILER341
        looks good, duke! but.... it looks like your priorities are all mixed up. get the thing flexing, then make it all fancy j/k
        looks good... really
        I have to do something while I'm waiting for parts to come in from RE. I rebuilt the front shaft yesterday . . . tomorrow, who knows!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by NAILER341
          looks good, duke! but.... it looks like your priorities are all mixed up. get the thing flexing, then make it all fancy j/k
          looks good... really
          No kidding ! I hope he gets his parts soon ...... If he gets too bored the next thing we'll see is a typeR sticker!!!

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          • #6
            Hey Duke, looks real good. How much did they cost? Did you get them from the dealer or somewhere else? So was it like $60+ or did you score in a junkyard? Looks really nice though.
            Last edited by YJWOLF; 08-01-03, 12:41 AM.
            Screw you guys, I'm goin' to pismo.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by YJWOLF
              Hey Duke, looks real good. How much did they cost? Did you get them from the dealer or somewhere else? So was it like $60+ or did you score in a junkyard? Looks really nice though.
              I found them on E-bay . . . paid $41 for the Louvers and splash pans, and sold the splash pans for $20. So I made out pretty good, I think
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