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Old 08-19-2013, 01:43 AM   #1
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MMD vs Roush Quarter window louvers

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So I'm very interested in getting quarter window louvers and narrowed it down to the Roush style. In my research, I've found the Roush official louvers and MMD louvers, they look exactly the same, but I'm not 100% sure on it. Is there any differences between the MMD and the Roush louvers? Besides price of course. Any help is very much appreciated, thanks!
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Not sure if there is a difference, but i love my MMD louvers. AM did a perfect job matching the paint as well.

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Not sure if there is a difference, but i love my MMD louvers. AM did a perfect job matching the paint as well.
Those look very nice
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Not sure if there is a difference, but i love my MMD louvers. AM did a perfect job matching the paint as well.
Those are sick! The '13-'14 style Stang has been my favorite style of Mustang since release.
I went with the blackout decal, and finally got everything installed into it. Not as cool, or clean as yours, but I'm fairly proud of it.

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Those are sick! The '13-'14 style Stang has been my favorite style of Mustang since release.
I went with the blackout decal, and finally got everything installed into it. Not as cool, or clean as yours, but I'm fairly proud of it.
Thanks bro i appreciate it. Yours is looking great as well. I love white with black accents on these cars.
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Thanks bro i appreciate it. Yours is looking great as well. I love white with black accents on these cars.
Thanks! I was going for something like that, I just recently plastidipped my emblems, so it's all coming together like a two tone type thing.
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