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Dec 26, 2014 at 21:12
Dec 26, 2014
No. Your are a homo dude. Why else would you come on here and post such nonsense? Go fuck yourself.

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Nov 6, 2014 at 21:45
Nov 6, 2014
Think whatever you want isolationiswhatever... I like that pic. I like women. Oops.

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Sep 18, 2014 at 22:10
Sep 18, 2014
Nice. Nothing better than athletic women who don't mind getting dirty from time to time. Love it.

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Apr 27, 2014 at 13:53
Apr 27, 2014
Yeah the cutting was more than I though it would be on the header. Down lower you have the existing holes for those clip on bolts, those need to remain in tact and the two holes that are on the top as well. You will need to hit up the auto parts store to get two more clip bolts and screws for each headlamp to install on the upper holes. Most of the header panel can go as long as those four holes aren't affected. I used a dremel with a cutting bit attached and zipped through it fairly quick. As far as the grille, I ordered a pre-cut one from MKM customs. Cost about $200, but installed super easy and they use a CNC machine to cut the grill at the bottom with good precision. I was tempted to get a stock grille and cut it myself, but I'm sure I would have jacked it up pretty bad. Here is a link for the grille I got. http://www.mkmcustoms.com/chrome05-07superdutyecursiongrilletofit99-04.aspx

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Apr 18, 2014 at 19:01
Apr 18, 2014
Thanks! The most difficult part of doing it was dremeling out the header panel for the headlights. I got the set on ebay for about $160, and it came with the harnesses, and instructions. I followed the instructions but found I had to clear out more of the header panel to get them to fit correctly. Also that kit had a different turn signal bulb housing to the stock wiring harness, I ended up using the old housings with the new bulbs which worked fine. Really freshens up the front end. Now I've got to polish that front bumper to have it match all the rest of that stuff up there... hehe.

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