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Christmas break mods. ALOT (Before and After)

Christmas break is almost over so I thought that I would post up some before and after pics.



Headlight Mod
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Paint Trim
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Flomaster super 44 :)
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Window Tint 35% in front 12% sides and rear windows.
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Tbar crank
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New Emblems
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I have only did seat covers for the interior and i and really iching to do more mods for in interior. Suggestions very welcome!

Coming this summer>> BL and 33's





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Looks great!
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Good changes there. You should get some of that headlight restorer stuff and polish your headlights up though. I want to find a set of those rail covers!!!
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looks alot better! yeah, clean the headlights up a bit and your golden.
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VERY NICE!!

What'd you use on your flares and valence?? looks GREAT!!!
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What'd you use on your flares and valence?? looks GREAT!!!
Looks even better in person. It is spray paint. I was going to shoot it with my paint gun but I talked to my painter buddy and he said that the bumper paint works the best. It is basic bumper coating by duplicolor paint from autozone.

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Good changes there. You should get some of that headlight restorer stuff and polish your headlights up though. I want to find a set of those rail covers!!!
I sanded it down with 2000 grid sand paper and then used some restorer its better. Should I sand it down more and use more restorer. I was going to sell the bed rails or get a tool box and keep them. I kept them and tool boxed it up. LOVE THE LOOK
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Looks good. You were busy over your break.
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Looks awesome. The flare/bumper paint really makes a difference.
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looks great. you really sharpened the truck up
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From the left side of your truck it looks like thebed and cab are two different shades of red. YOu truck looks pretty good. I like the way the tool bocx site flush with the bed rails. Your seats look nasty though.
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very nice, looks brand new now. im actually in the middle of painting my headlights right now, PITA at times, worth the outcome though. you should definatly get some of the headlight restore stuff, and some 06 corners and it would look even more amazing.
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looks good but i say loose the rail covers
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looks good but i say loose the rail covers
nah i love the look with the bed rails and box.
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Looks like you were busy good looks... i would say some seat covers and maybe paint the center console stereo bezel
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You should find some explorer bucket seats!
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Yea I want to run the center console from a 99 expl and I can do the jump seat mod. Just the matter of finding one. I got some seat covers now.
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looks great! but take off the side bars.
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a lot of good mods for sure!!
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