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j-10 jim
i have said it before
but your front end with the green and the black is AWESOME
such a neat job.

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j-10 jim
i have said it before
but your front end with the green and the black is AWESOME
such a neat job.
I agree! Both J10Jim's and Crankyolman's look awesome. two of my favorite front ends on this forum.
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I like the black with the green as well. Since I'm going to paint the lower half of mine with a dark color, and since it already has chrome bumpers and had the shiny grill, I wanted to go with chrome on everything. I thought about going with that style of light but chose the ones I did because they have that vertical stripe look similar to the pie pans. I've been thinking about those brackets and since I just bought an air compressor that can run a die grinder and 4 or 5 hand held grinders that will do the job, I will probably go ahead and remove the brackets. If I ever want to reinstall the razor I can always fabricate some new brackets and install those.

The headlight bezel issue is only getting worse but I want to give BJ's a chance to make it right before I say too much about that but if you haven't seen it already you can read about the issue here http://www.ifsja.org/forums/vb/showthread.php?t=184627

I haven't gotten much done lately because it has been wet, cold, raining, snowing, which is rare in Seattle in February (or any time for that matter) and I took my wife to Vegas for a 3 day weekend. I have some ideas in the works for the bed and and am considering trying to rebuild my existing tailgate but that means removing it and driving around without it for a while while I do that but I have just about given up on finding a good one that I can afford.
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