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Old 08-28-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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Just attached a tri bar running pony to my bullet grille. Comments?
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Just attached a tri bar running pony to my bullet grille. Comments?
Not to shabby
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Looks sweet
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Not to shabby
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i like them when they are offset...try shifting the pony to the drivers side end and see what you think
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How much did that cost and do they make one for my 94 mustang?
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i like them when they are offset...try shifting the pony to the drivers side end and see what you think
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Just attached a tri bar running pony to my bullet grille. Comments?

Hood pins, halos, and a billet grille....


How do you like it white or brown?
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Old 08-29-2012, 02:11 AM   #9
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How much did that cost and do they make one for my 94 mustang?
yeah you can find them for sn95's...check AM
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i like them when they are offset...try shifting the pony to the drivers side end and see what you think
I did but my grille is too small so looks bad

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Hood pins, halos, and a billet grille....

How do you like it white or brown?
White or brown?
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yeah you can find them for sn95's...check AM
I wont have to remove the pony right? Cause i would like to keep both of them on at the same time
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I wont have to remove the pony right? Cause i would like to keep both of them on at the same time
That might be too much

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That might be too much
But it's possible. The horse is just a screw and nut basically.
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Re: Billet grille

Beautiful. Offset is a common look.
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But it's possible. The horse is just a screw and nut basically.
It is a pain to take off because they put it on with a locking torx screw, t-15 or t-20 can't remember, I tried to take it off when I plasti dipped mine, but it was too difficult so I just did it on the car.
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I did but my grille is too small so looks bad

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White or brown?


doesn't look bad on my friends car...his the one on the far right with the billit

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doesn't look bad on my friends car...his the one on the far right with the billit
I think cuz I have hoodpins it makes it look out of balance instead of good
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I think cuz I have hoodpins it makes it look out of balance instead of good
move it and post pics...curious why hoodpins? do you have your latch system removed
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move it and post pics...curious why hoodpins? do you have your latch system removed
I already moved it. Looked bad. And just for looks lol
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I already moved it. Looked bad. And just for looks lol
ah...well as long as your happy
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ah...well as long as your happy
True haha. It looks really good on your friends car but it just didn't sit right on mine
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i was talking about running hood pins just for looks. the pony looks fine either way
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