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Old 01-06-2013, 11:45 AM   #101
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My truck orig was from pismo beach area in Cali when I bought and brought it home I hated them. But one drunk night later I ended up ripping them off. Drinking saved my life. I will never quit now ;p to get the glue off I have this 4" rubber buffer that goes on the end of a drill and it pills it off very nice believe mine was from harbor frieght. Any parts store will have it in auto detail. Beautiful truck btw
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My truck orig was from pismo beach area in Cali when I bought and brought it home I hated them. But one drunk night later I ended up ripping them off. Drinking saved my life. I will never quit now ;p to get the glue off I have this 4" rubber buffer that goes on the end of a drill and it pills it off very nice believe mine was from harbor frieght. Any parts store will have it in auto detail. Beautiful truck btw
Thanks for the compliment, I'll keep the buffing wheel in mind. If I do it, I'll use a heat gun, that always seems to make moldings and glue almost fall off.
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I thought about a heat gun but I get to scared I will ruin my clear coat. Lol
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Today I upgraded my interior lighting to LED thanks to BrowningSCrew.

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I planned on replacing my license plate bulbs, but the replacements I bought were too large to fit. I also plan to replace the bulb under my hood, but forgot to earlier. I've done this with past vehicles, but never with such high quality LEDs. I am very impressed with the output of these lil guys.
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Today I upgraded my interior lighting to LED thanks to BrowningSCrew.

I planned on replacing my license plate bulbs, but the replacements I bought were too large to fit. I also plan to replace the bulb under my hood, but forgot to earlier. I've done this with past vehicles, but never with such high quality LEDs. I am very impressed with the output of these lil guys.
Looks good man
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If you still want that offroad look, go with the Black Bull Bar. I think it would make it look mean!
http://www.autoanything.com/grille-g...A4535A0A0.aspx

Also, remove the plastic door step and replacce it with a Black Nerf Bars
http://www.autoanything.com/nerf-bars/61A3869A0A0.aspx

Just a few ideas. haha. Good luck!
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I read on some bull bar or brush guard thread where you said you were gonna take off your Bull Bar? You still going to do that? Because im in the market for one, if u decide to part with it. haha. By the way, I love your truck, I wish mine was newer and a 4 door but I want to make mine kinda like yours.
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I read on some bull bar or brush guard thread where you said you were gonna take off your Bull Bar? You still going to do that? Because im in the market for one, if u decide to part with it. haha. By the way, I love your truck, I wish mine was newer and a 4 door but I want to make mine kinda like yours.
Thanks man, and yeah I took it off, along with the side bars, there's a few guys around town that want them so they get first dibs, but if I can't get rid of them they'll be for sale on here.
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