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Old 12-14-2013, 08:11 PM   #36
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Its really nice but you gotta find out about that company and how much prep work is involved in making it fit like in the pics. The ones I posted are all 3 Cervinis 13/14 model year hoods and, in my experience, Cervinis is almost 0 prep, paint and go.
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Its really nice but you gotta find out about that company and how much prep work is involved in making it fit like in the pics. The ones I posted are all 3 Cervinis 13/14 model year hoods and, in my experience, Cervinis is almost 0 prep, paint and go.
Yeah i read about it on their website. Heres a direct link. What do you think? Designed and manufactured in the US as well.
http://www.revelaredesign.com/#!/pageLinks
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I wouldn't be a guinea pig that's for sure. Cobra Auto Designs was made in the USA too IIRC... Cervinis is proven and that means a lot when you are doing 80mph and are confident its not going to fly up and possibly get you killed. I'm not saying this company makes crap but like I said I would not be a test subject.
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I wouldn't be a guinea pig that's for sure. Cobra Auto Designs was made in the USA too IIRC... Cervinis is proven and that means a lot when you are doing 80mph and are confident its not going to fly up and possibly get you killed. I'm not saying this company makes crap but like I said I would not be a test subject.
True. Very good point.
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Don't u just love deer? The good news is we killed about 10 this yr at camp. I moved to KY about a yr ago and I'm in farm town western ky their are deer everywhere! I wish could kill them all because I almost hit one about once a week! Sorry to see the dmg!
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Don't u just love deer? The good news is we killed about 10 this yr at camp. I moved to KY about a yr ago and I'm in farm town western ky their are deer everywhere! I wish could kill them all because I almost hit one about once a week! Sorry to see the dmg!
Such filthy, disgusting, stupid animals. They do absolutely no good for the environment. Between the accidents they cause, crops/gardens/grass the eat, and the Lymes disease they spread, they really need to allow hunting year round to help control the population. VA is one of the highest percentage states for deer related accidents. Saw a stat that 1 of every 108 drivers in VA will hit a deer per year. Insane.

Only deer i like, are the ones formed in the shape of a jerky stick, or steak. Or in my chili.
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Yeah we don't allow wild cattle to roam around walking all across the roads and killing drivers. Deer are just as stupid and a much better, leaner meat so yeah kill em all. I haven't hunted in forever but my father has got at least 3 so far, might have got more this weekend. I usually get like 50lbs of good venison each year from him because they just aren't going to be able to eat it all. He usually gets a solid 200-300lbs of meat throughout the whole season getting a few bucks and a bunch of does.
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Unbelievable man. You can try to avoid idiot drivers on the road, but nature not a chance. I hope everything gets fixed up perfectly and better than before, we all feel your pain.
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Yeah we don't allow wild cattle to roam around walking all across the roads and killing drivers. Deer are just as stupid and a much better, leaner meat so yeah kill em all. I haven't hunted in forever but my father has got at least 3 so far, might have got more this weekend. I usually get like 50lbs of good venison each year from him because they just aren't going to be able to eat it all. He usually gets a solid 200-300lbs of meat throughout the whole season getting a few bucks and a bunch of does.
I dont hunt either. Fish a lot. But never got into hunting. Definitely going to look into it next season after this ordeal, as I have a ton of friends that do. Sometimes you never understand how big a problem is, until it directly affects you.

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Unbelievable man. You can try to avoid idiot drivers on the road, but nature not a chance. I hope everything gets fixed up perfectly and better than before, we all feel your pain.
So true man. So true. Thanks for the kind words.
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Sorry to see that man but look at the good news at least it was a deer and not a 300-400 pound hog those will really do some damage
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Sorry to see that man but look at the good news at least it was a deer and not a 300-400 pound hog those will really do some damage
Those are delicious too especially if you have a good butcher that'll spice up some of the ground meat. Seasoned boarburgers are some of the greatest tasting things ever.

Honestly though I think the majority of animals are potentially delicious. Preferably they stay the hell out of the road though.
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Those are delicious too especially if you have a good butcher that'll spice up some of the ground meat. Seasoned boarburgers are some of the greatest tasting things ever.
Yeah me and my dad process all of our own meat and yes they are very very delicious. I love me some deer and hog mixed sausage
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Yeah me and my dad process all of our own meat and yes they are very very delicious. I love me some deer and hog mixed sausage
Send me some! Lol
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Send me some! Lol
So you are saying you want his sausage in your mouth?
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So you are saying you want his sausage in your mouth?
Lmao... Guess i set myself up for that one.
But, if its made from venison and hog, yeah sure, lol
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Well just a quick update, they still haven't written a final estimate, as they found more damage in the suspension and are waiting for the insurance company to come back out. So far the total is up to around $7920. Probably gonna get close to $10k worth of damage once its all said and done. Good news is there is no frame/structure damage.

Estimated completion date is 1/17, but the shop manager told me dont be surprised if it was longer.
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Well just a quick update, they still haven't written a final estimate, as they found more damage in the suspension and are waiting for the insurance company to come back out. So far the total is up to around $7920. Probably gonna get close to $10k worth of damage once its all said and done. Good news is there is no frame/structure damage.

Estimated completion date is 1/17, but the shop manager told me dont be surprised if it was longer.
damn :/
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damn :/
Yeah dude, it sucks.
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Just a quick update guys, pretty much all parts have been ordered now, and are starting to arrive. Estimated completion date is 1/17. Ended up getting the Cervinis Type 4 Ram air hood, along with the street scene Gen 2 front spoiler which will be painted black to match.

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The shop sent me a few pics today. Fender and hood finally showed up so they did a test fit. Hoping to have it back by the end of next week.

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They should literally be able to spray the Cervinis pretty much right out of the box. Hopefully the front spoiler is just as good. Going to look great.
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So sad love the hood tho!!!
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