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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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weekend project

my wwekend project. i think it turned out real good



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cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 12:31 AM
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Re: weekend project

ummm what did ya do?

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Re: weekend project

I'm assuming Herculiner? Either way it looks good

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That looks good i only did a two inch wide strip over the fenders i wish i would have done more. does anyone know if you can apply another layer of herculiner anytime over a previous layer and have it stick?

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Yes it will stick.. My buddy re did a solar panel cover and when if dried he couldn't scrape it off so I'm assuming it'll work great.. Btw he didn't even clean it off

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ahhh now I see, yeah I looked at his avatar but didnt notice it.


looks good.

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Re: weekend project

thanks, about 20 hours start to finish, had lots of rust.

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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Re: weekend project

Im gonna do the same thing on mine but i would ditch the body molding if I still had it.

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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-30-2010, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
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Im gonna do the same thing on mine but i would ditch the body molding if I still had it.
yea i liked the way it looks with them one so i left them, but considered takin them off

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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