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Old 01-19-2007
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Heres some better pics of the painted stuff under the hood:




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Heres an update with some new parts, excuse the dirty engine bay:




I have more on order, chrome Radiator cap cover & High & low side A/C charge plug covers.

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oooo yes that is such a dirty engine bay....
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oooo yes that is such a dirty engine bay....
lol! i was thinking the same thing...

I used that orange foam degreaser whatever stuff in a can and it did wonders but it's still 1000x worse than that haha
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Rick, that cast iron fitting under the egr cover is gonna be rusted up pretty soon. I was thinking about painting mine with caliper paint.
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very nice. that is just too much stuff to clean.
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I'll buy ya dinner and a 6 pack if you come out and clean my engine bay for me.
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Thanks guys, actually Wayne its painted with High Temp BBQ Grill paint so I hope not but its got a slight brown tint to it instead of black :(

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i never understood why anyone would chrome out an engine, but it does look pretty nice! Hey how did you get your yellow top to fit on the stock battery holder? My yellow top didnt fit and I kinda smashed it into the fitting =p
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I bent over/down 1 end of the frame the battery fits into.

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Thanks guys, actually Wayne its painted with High Temp BBQ Grill paint so I hope not but its got a slight brown tint to it instead of black :(

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lol. ok. that makes sense. Mine is rusty and i wondered why yours wasn't. You already took care of it.

Thomas Rider. Check this ranger out. Polished Stainless steel on the bottom of the hood:

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Hey how did you get your yellow top to fit on the stock battery holder? My yellow top didnt fit and I kinda smashed it into the fitting =p
I just bought one last weekend and it had a height adaptor snapped on the top. I just thought it was a packaging deal. They didn't charge me for it but it unsnapped off the top and snapped onto the bottom of the battery. I cut out a small section on one side and viola!
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