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#1 Old 06-24-2013, 08:07 PM
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Horns and new grill installe turned out really well. Was a bit of a pain in the ass to cut the old mesh down and sand everything smooth.


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Looks good man! I plan to cut all mine out of the fenders and bumpers over the winter when I don't drive it much. I hate the fake/plastic grille work on the 08+ looks so cheesy!


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Yeah mine turned out really well was a pain to sand everything down and cut everything. I put gorilla glue on the screws when I screwed them in. If you take your time it turns out really well.


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Yeah it's def a pain to do! I did a lot of cut outs and custom mods to my old Z. My Dremel was like my best friend lol! The new Rex's are just horrible looking with all the fake vents IMO though...they ALL gotta go!


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Luckily I had a cutting wheel and my disk attachment still was tricky getting into the corner. But well worth it


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Gotta get yourself a Dremel man. Makes intricate work like this a breeze. I'd recommend one with speed adjustments as well. I got mine from Harbor Freight (not sure if they're by you) for $20 like 4 years ago and it still works great.



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Yeah I have carbide tips for my matco one that I also used


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My 2 JL w3 12 with a kicker sx1250.1 nice sturdy "amp rack" to hold the box and amp in place.


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