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Ok so I got paid Friday (made over $400). After paying my bills I noticed I had some cash left over. So I went ahead and ordered a roll pan and tailgate handle relocator kit from Sir Michael's. ETA is 5 days.
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cool it make the rear look alot smoother
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i renamed your topic.. let's try and see better titles...

congrats on the new mods, btw...
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awesome, cant wait to see it....
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Sorry about the title Christain.
I'll have pics up after the install sometime next week. I'll have to talk with the welding instructor at skool about the cuting and welding that needs to be done and I guess I should probably buy some paint too.
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Dont be sorry about the topic, Christian is a perfectionist, everything has to be just right...lol
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I love mine, all Mar-K stuff though, the relocator is a whole new panel, and it all botls in, no cutting needed.

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i love my mar-k kit
very easy install
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I love mine, all Mar-K stuff though, the relocator is a whole new panel, and it all botls in, no cutting needed.

Could you tell me a little more about that? Theres no welding whatsoever?
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There is welding for the cover panel on the outside, but on the inside they send you a whole new panel instead of just a portion. With the Sir Michales kit, they send you this little square peice with a handle in it, and you have to cut a hole in your access pannel, and attach it to there, instead of replacing the whole thing.
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Thanks for the clarification.
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