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    Quote Originally Posted by rascole View Post
    A little Christmas present for the H3. Line-X Ultra sprayed on the fenders and grill. Really prefer the Ultra over the Premium, smoother texture and thinner coat. New black KMC XD rims and Cooper Discoverer STT Pro.

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    What is the ballpark price range for just the fenders? I am thinking of getting this done but I know line-x can run expensive.

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    Best thing I've done so far. Taped the rear door jamb to stay down permanently. No more random dinging noises!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer4LO View Post
    What is the ballpark price range for just the fenders? I am thinking of getting this done but I know line-x can run expensive.
    $100 per fender and grill. Even though the rear fender is 3 pieces he considered it 1 piece due to the smaller sizes.
    2006 H3 Adventure & modified Rancho with SOA

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    Quote Originally Posted by rascole View Post
    $100 per fender and grill. Even though the rear fender is 3 pieces he considered it 1 piece due to the smaller sizes.
    Doesn't sound that bad. One more thing, did they just spray the material right on the truck or were they taken off and sanded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer4LO View Post
    Doesn't sound that bad. One more thing, did they just spray the material right on the truck or were they taken off and sanded?
    I took off all the fenders, real easy to do by the way, to make it easier and less chance of overspray and parts getting glued together. Spent about $50 on new clips to replace the ones I broke.
    2006 H3 Adventure & modified Rancho with SOA

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    Quote Originally Posted by rascole View Post
    I took off all the fenders, real easy to do by the way, to make it easier and less chance of overspray and parts getting glued together. Spent about $50 on new clips to replace the ones I broke.
    I get ya. I had a fun time with the clips when I went to take off the E&G fender flares off. Did you need to get new seals/gaskets that go between the fenders and body?

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    No, Line-X is too thick to add the rubber gasket.
    2006 H3 Adventure & modified Rancho with SOA

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    Installing some rocker switches
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    Quote Originally Posted by BW_Hummer H3 View Post
    Installing some rocker switches
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    Looking good

    When I did mine like that I put some pie cuts into the main bracket (6 switch holder) so that it could follow the contour of the console, then I followed but by clamping and JB welding the bracket in place.

    I am glad I took the time to get that sitting flush, but It might not be an issue for you depending on where yours sits.
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    I just finished putting together all the kit needed to do a OEM Fog light to LED pod swap.

    Components needed for least hacking possible:

    Two flush mount LED pods of your choice
    H13 plug adaptor - depending on if the pods you have come with bare leads or if they come with connectors like mine you might need a different part then me
    Sheet of ABS plastic
    5" hole saw or a jig saw and a steady hand
    Fog light bracket printed to scale (another member that's no longer active made this available) printed on 11"x20" paper at work with "scale to fit page" print option checked does the work
    Steel for making the above bracket
    Spray adhesive
    Metal Band saw/ jig saw/ cut off wheel on a grinder
    Paint
    And some other stuff that I will update later as I remember

    I will post up progress pics as I go this evening after work, but for now here is the main cast:
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    Here are a few photos from today work on this project:

    1st pic is making adjustments to the original design and testing for clearance

    2nd pic is 95% done the circle plate to fill in the void of the 5" round fog light hole that will be left behind when the OEM units are removed

    3nd pic is the gluing the templates to the steel that they will be cut out of, since the print out is to scale I thought I would give this method a try

    Tomorrow I will finish up the brackets & then paint them, then come Sat the STARR HID headlight & these new fog lights will be installed

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    Could have saved you some trouble. The oem blank pods from a Sierra/Silverado fit the fog light hole. Easy enough to mount the flushies in there and make them adjustable. Sorry only pic I have but you get the idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BW_Hummer H3 View Post
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    Where are you installing the rock lights? Up inside the wheel well? Has anyone every done that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acer4LO View Post
    Where are you installing the rock lights? Up inside the wheel well? Has anyone every done that?
    Know tons of people with leds in the wheel wells definitely possible and extremely easy I could imagine. Also know people who have used flush mount led pods and taken out the chrome insert on them for better light output.


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    Quote Originally Posted by awalsh View Post
    Know tons of people with leds in the wheel wells definitely possible and extremely easy I could imagine. Also know people who have used flush mount led pods and taken out the chrome insert on them for better light output.


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    My bad I meant has anyone ever done it on h4o or anther site with install pics. Here is a rig that needs no introduction that has them:

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    But yeah I was thinking of using those flush mount led cube pods that you get on amazon and cutting a hole at the top of the wheel well for them. The only thing I was worried about is weather or not there was anything that would be in the way above the wheel well.


 

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