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Old 05-17-2013, 08:59 PM   #36
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Just got done with my engine cover. The curves were a pain but i like the way it looks. It should match my oil catch can nicely
Looks good.
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Ok here it all finished
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Old 05-18-2013, 04:30 PM   #38
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That looks sweet man!! Kinda makes me wanna pick some up and have fun in my fox! Lol
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Ok here it all finished
How did you do the passanger dash did you take the front cover off
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Old 05-18-2013, 06:11 PM   #40
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That looks sweet man!! Kinda makes me wanna pick some up and have fun in my fox! Lol
Do it! It wasn't that hard to do the hardest part was getting the damn airbag out on the passenger side.

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How did you do the passanger dash did you take the front cover off
You have to remove the air bag. You tube CJ pony parts push button start install video they walk you through removing the air bag. It wasn't to hard it's just awkward how you have to lay to get to the bolts under the dash
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Do it! It wasn't that hard to do the hardest part was getting the damn airbag out on the passenger side.

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You have to remove the air bag. You tube CJ pony parts push button start install video they walk you through removing the air bag. It wasn't to hard it's just awkward how you have to lay to get to the bolts under the dash
I probably will!!

I don't have a passenger airbag lol!
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Old 05-18-2013, 08:54 PM   #42
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I probably will!!

I don't have a passenger airbag lol!
Lol that makes it easier.
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You are doing a great job! I have always dreamed about the Roush carbon fiber kit, but It got priced and popped my bubble.
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Old 05-18-2013, 09:21 PM   #44
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You are doing a great job! I have always dreamed about the Roush carbon fiber kit, but It got priced and popped my bubble.
Lol vinyl wrap $25 and a few hours and you could have a home made roush kit
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It looks good and forgive me for bringing this up. But the weave pattern its flowing in is in different directions. Was this deliberate?
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It looks good and forgive me for bringing this up. But the weave pattern its flowing in is in different directions. Was this deliberate?
Ya it was. I don't want them all going the same way idk why lol
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Ya it was. I don't want them all going the same way idk why lol
Ah, I see. I saw the conflicting pattern and my OCD twitched. Lol.
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Ah, I see. I saw the conflicting pattern and my OCD twitched. Lol.
Lol
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ummmm, can you say BAD ***?? wow man I totally love that. Hmmm.....
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ummmm, can you say BAD ***?? wow man I totally love that. Hmmm.....
I know what you're thinking lol I plan on buying some too!

Are you in Sarasota FL?
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I know what you're thinking lol I plan on buying some too!

Are you in Sarasota FL?
Yeah! You?
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Cool I'm a little ways east on sr70 in Arcadia
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