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    dude, you even put a file cabinet in your truck... that ***** is sweet!!
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    I bet i can get the kitchen sink in there to if i really put my head to it.

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    Front bumper work

    Here is a pix of the front bumper. Install new PIA lights and an escort passport SRX radar system. Here is a link to check out the info on this system. Very cool system and yes it works I've had it for over 3 years now and it has saved my butt a few times from getting a ticket. Some states are pretty hard on radar systems but the nice thing about this one is that it is hidden very had to pick up on.
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    dang man.. "installed prices starting from $1599"!!!!!! I'll use my eyes and spend $0!

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    Yea its alittle pricey but worth it. This week we start wiring up the truck big time. So by the end of the june i should have tunes. God knows i miss it.

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    wow, looks really good. what are you putting in for the new setup?
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    The new setup will consist of the computer, a 10" touch screen in the dash an 8" touch screen in the console alonf with the climate controls, and alpine PXA-H701 processor and controller, Sony DVD player, Boston Accoustics GT 40, GT24, GT22, and GT20, G5 sub in the floor, G2 subs in the doors (all 10" subs) Boston Z5 mids in the rear doors, Z5 and Z6 mids in the fronts doors, Image Dynamics CD-Comp2 HLCD's (AKA waveguides) Stinger and Phoenix gold power and signale wires, dakota digital amp temp & current gauges, Clifford alarm, Escort SR7X, Optima batteries, some other things that He will add to the list as we go.
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    The front laser blinders are typically best installed at a midway point between the license plate and each headlight.

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    Yea that is the best place most cops try to hit the license plate for the laser. I.ve been running this system for the past 4 years and it WORKS I have had cops hit me with the laser look at the gun and hit me again then give me a weird look as i past by them. Funny stuff. Yes its alot of money but i think just in possiable fines and stupied points it has payed for its self over and over and before you ask no i dont speed Sometimes but not all the time.

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    the point of installing the blinders between the the headlights & the license plate is because you dont know where the cop may aim the laser. They typically aim for the plate, but may aim for a headlight if they cant lock on the plate. Placing the blinder midway on each side gives you coverage over both.

    For larger SUV's/Trucks, some kits come with 4 front blinders to give good coverage, as the distance from plate to headlight is too great for one blinder unit.

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