my ZD30 had some TLC.

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Re: my ZD30 had some TLC.

Post by iandvl » 11 Oct 2016 08:17

Looks awesome. :salute: :salute:

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Re: my ZD30 had some TLC.

Post by JoshJ » 11 Oct 2016 08:52

Thanx Guys. Much apreciated!

I used the OE lights for the simple reason that I can get replacements over years to come. Rather then an aftermarket product that is availible only for a short while. And it also safed me some coin :lol:

Cedric, thanx for the Duram 88 mentioned somewhere else. It works great!
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Re: my ZD30 had some TLC.

Post by iandvl » 11 Oct 2016 08:56

JoshJ wrote:Thanx Guys. Much apreciated!

I used the OE lights for the simple reason that I can get replacements over years to come. Rather then an aftermarket product that is availible only for a short while. And it also safed me some coin :lol:

Cedric, thanx for the Duram 88 mentioned somewhere else. It works great!
I was pondering on using the OE lights on my bumper. Sadly, there will not be enough space between the brackets bolting to the chassis, and the corner where the bumper will start bending to the wheel arch. I will need to make some other plan... :think: :think:

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Re: my ZD30 had some TLC.

Post by Dustin » 11 Oct 2016 09:45

That is one sweet rear bar !!! :thumbup:
How much are you selling them for ? :lol:
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Re: my ZD30 had some TLC.

Post by ricster » 11 Oct 2016 10:06

" Cedric, thanx for the Duram 88 mentioned somewhere else. It works great! "

Pleasure bud.... that stuff really works and sticks like sheeeet to a blankeeeeeet.... :rolling: :rolling: :rolling:
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