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post Aug 10 2005, 11:18 PM
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QUOTE (RHINESEL @ Aug 10 2005, 10:55 PM)
Is the closed fog surrounds the "no fogs" option?
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That's the one! thumbsup.gif

You could always take out the covers that are in there, but mine are open and there's still a plastic trim piece:



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where'd ya get such nice neat little arrows.. lol

has anyone painted theirs yet?

i need to get new pics... such a gem of a find .. this gutter mesh stuff.. lol


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post Aug 11 2005, 10:53 PM
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This questions may have a simple answer but...

Are those plastic trim pieces easy to take off? I haven't changed my oil yet so I havn't had a roll under the car to check everything out. I like the open look alot more.

And if so.. Are the pieces cut for the black trim on your car by the foglights or is it one full piece of mesh?

Finally (I hope) are the blue zip ties light blue or dark? I have Moonlit Blue and I'll need to decide between blue and black.

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Oh yeah, one more thing.

Would it be possible to get a pic of the aluminum? I wonder if it would look good with the chrome fog light surrounds...


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QUOTE (RHINESEL @ Aug 11 2005, 10:53 PM)
Are those plastic trim pieces easy to take off?  I haven't changed my oil yet so I havn't had a roll under the car to check everything out.  I like the open look alot more.
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I have no idea.
QUOTE (RHINESEL @ Aug 11 2005, 10:53 PM)
And if so.. Are the pieces cut for the black trim on your car by the foglights or is it one full piece of mesh?
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I make separate pieces for the fog areas and the center. They overlap and get zip-tied together behind the plastic trim piece.
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Finally (I hope) are the blue zip ties light blue or dark?  I have Moonlit Blue and I'll need to decide between blue and black.
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They're a royal blue that wouldn't stick out too badly against Tidal Wave.


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Thanks for the info. I'll check out my trim pieces and get back to you with my order.


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I have a 04 GT... on the biggest package what the hecks for the grill is that for the actual grill or the lower air dam stuff? confused!


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QUOTE (Gun5 @ Aug 12 2005, 05:04 PM)
I have a 04 GT... on the biggest package what the hecks for the grill is that for the actual grill or the lower air dam stuff? confused!
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Your question is a bit confusing but I'll answer it as best I can.

The "biggest" 04-05 package (3b) consists of 4 pieces.

1 piece for the left fog, 1 for the right, and one for the air dam as seen here:


The "grille" piece goes behind the stock grille just as an extra measure against any small rocks or whatnot that might want to try to get in there.

Does that answer your question?


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QUOTE (gonzo777 @ Aug 12 2005, 05:54 PM)
Your question is a bit confusing but I'll answer it as best I can.

The "biggest" 04-05 package (3b) consists of 4 pieces.

1 piece for the left fog, 1 for the right, and one for the air dam as seen here:


The "grille" piece goes behind the stock grille just as an extra measure against any small rocks or whatnot that might want to try to get in there.

Does that answer your question?
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ah got any pics of how its twisted on the stock grill? ill probably just get the lower dam part


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QUOTE (Gun5 @ Aug 12 2005, 07:08 PM)
ah got any pics of how its twisted on the stock grill? ill probably just get the lower dam part
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I know this isn't an '04 grille but this is the basic idea.



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I'm going to be out of touch probably all of this weekend and will reply to any messages on or by Monday.


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Thanks Gonzo. I was in the hardware store and saw the gutter screen so I picked up a roll. Thanks for all the pics.


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