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Old 08-19-2010, 10:51 AM
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6.4 Grill Spot Lights

I have seen pictures in past but can't find any. Anyone know a kit or anyone made the lights to be behind your grill sort of like the mustangs do. I hate mustangs but after seeing a few superduties with them it was awsome. And I love having extra lights! I would rock a lightbar but I plow in winter and it sucks to take it off and not have it all winter. Anyone
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Old 08-19-2010, 10:53 AM
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PM Twinturbostroker he built a setup like you want
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:27 AM
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PM Twinturbostroker he built a setup like you want
I thought he had an aftermarket Street scene grille? I think they look really good but if i remember correctly he was very unhappy with the fitment.
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:28 AM
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I thought he had an aftermarket Street scene grille? I think they look really good but if i remember correctly he was very unhappy with the fitment.
Nope he built his own grill
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dont really know where to tell you to find that..but great idea! i love that look. put some pics up when you get it finished!
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Im gonna check out under the hood tonight see how fun it will be. I do like a small light bar too. Thats a much easier bolt up job haha. Not so much time to play and build as I use to workin on my house! Growin up sucks haha. But has its perks

Anyone know of some pics of lightbars. I for once with this truck wanna try doing less to make it look good. I tend to go to far or over the top with all my stuff and one day go dammit would be ncie to have it look all clean like that.

Pickin up a bottle of VHT Nightshade and goint o do my blinkers in my mirrors and 3rd brake light tonight so hopefully that helps me out. Rotate the tires and see what I can do with wiring up this upfitter switch setup I bought and then wire in some reverse lights I have.
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Old 08-19-2010, 04:29 PM
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check out the post in exterior discussion called "lots of new toys" he has a sick light bar. and how much does a bottle of nightshade run and where can you get it? i want to black out those lights too..
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Thanks man.

Well it's 2:45pm and I just got back from the garage. Got a lot done and will take pictures tomorrow. I think I finally got my truck lookin the way I want.
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Old 08-19-2010, 10:57 PM
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O an the night shade was only $14 w tax at auto zone. I did an awsome job on my third brake light I'm super happy about that. Also did my mirror marker lights. They were real easy to take out and after a little mess up learnin how to spray it. Hadto clean one back off and redo it. Up close it's not amazing but nothing to complain about or nothing some bugs won't fix in q few miles.

Overall awsome stuff. Lot of the can left

Black mirror lights an third brake light looks AWSOME !!
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O an the night shade was only $14 w tax at auto zone. I did an awsome job on my third brake light I'm super happy about that. Also did my mirror marker lights. They were real easy to take out and after a little mess up learnin how to spray it. Hadto clean one back off and redo it. Up close it's not amazing but nothing to complain about or nothing some bugs won't fix in q few miles.

Overall awsome stuff. Lot of the can left

Black mirror lights an third brake light looks AWSOME !!
awesome. thanks! is it just a spray can? and how many coats do you put on everythign? and do you have to put clear coat on it afterwards? i'm wanting to do the taillights, 3rd breaklight, turn signals, and possibly the headlights. and post some pics up! i want to see that thing!
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