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Old 11-10-2012, 09:04 AM
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:36 AM
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Nice work Jeff
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Thanks, Ken. Not as good as Oleg, but it looks better than when I started!
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Picked her up from the paint shop today. That artifact at lower left is some kind of reflection, I didn't see it when I snapped the picture.
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Nice repair! If you reinstall a factory mud flap, pack the fender-contact areas with axle grease first, and the underlying paint and bodywork will last longer.
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Looks awesome Jeff!
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Nice repair! If you reinstall a factory mud flap, pack the fender-contact areas with axle grease first, and the underlying paint and bodywork will last longer.
The whole thing is getting covered with body armor which is part of the 4x4 labs bumper I built. I had to get this painted before I could put the bumper on because the armor covers most of the quarter panel, including the underside.
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That'll be even better - please post the pix when ready.
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That'll be even better - please post the pix when ready.
Teaser:

http://www.risingsun4x4club.org/foru...ad.php?t=19275

My son is on his way over as I type this to help me mount it up. Man that sucker's heavy!
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