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Taken at a place called the compound down here in Palm Bay, Florida. Just a empty, barren place with 240+ miles of roads. Its heaven on earth.

1994 Z28 Camaro convertible. pretty quick car
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Nice photos.
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Needs an '06+ bumper. But otherwise looks good.
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Needs an '06+ bumper. But otherwise looks good.
with the thin piece of metal and 75% plastic, no way man, more metal is the way to go. protects better i guess
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Nice photos! I like your light setup.
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Nice photos! I like your light setup.
I <3 lights

but seriously I do. Do a lot of night highway/highspeeds driving and its nice to be able to see 200+ yards ahead of you. cheap to build/replace too
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how'd you mount those roof lights?
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how'd you mount those roof lights?
very carefully hehe...

in all seriousness its got 7 screws in each rack going into the roof, sealed around the screws, and on the inside of the rack beams to keep water out. Its held up for 6 months now so all seems good.

and the lights are just seated into the cross beam and wired with fuse/relay/switch. Works well. Did the entire 4 lights forward lights, wiring, and rack for JUST under 100$

if you need more info let me know. i can send pics/info
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with the thin piece of metal and 75% plastic, no way man, more metal is the way to go. protects better i guess
my thin piece of metal and 75% plastic (that,s actually a lot more metal than you think) pushed a rolled, dead, and very smashed mazda 3 off the road that did not have any rolling wheels what so ever. did it pretty well and had 0 damage aside from my licence plate corner bending and a little mud. not being a hater, but it would look sick.
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very carefully hehe...

in all seriousness its got 7 screws in each rack going into the roof, sealed around the screws, and on the inside of the rack beams to keep water out. Its held up for 6 months now so all seems good.

and the lights are just seated into the cross beam and wired with fuse/relay/switch. Works well. Did the entire 4 lights forward lights, wiring, and rack for JUST under 100$

if you need more info let me know. i can send pics/info
Definitely post some pics up! :-)
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I <3 lights

but seriously I do. Do a lot of night highway/highspeeds driving and its nice to be able to see 200+ yards ahead of you. cheap to build/replace too
And good on you for removing the bumper valance! Gen. 4 bumpers look so much better with the valance removed.
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Definitely post some pics up! :-)
https://www.ranger-forums.com/general-technical-electrical-18/roof-rack-lights-need-math-help-127578/

tell me if the pics show up for you, after the crash idk what shows up anymore
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And good on you for removing the bumper valance! Gen. 4 bumpers look so much better with the valance removed.
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you need more stickers on your rear glass
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you need more stickers on your rear glass
bet your tint doesnt do half as good (; keeding

Ive got a manilla envelope full of stickers to put on when ones rot. got em all for free, what else oyu gonna do with them
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Haha. :) I think they look a lot meaner without the valance.
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