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Re: Blackhorse grill & rear bumper guards and taillights (pi

Postby 12 ESCAPE - January 16th, 2014, 4:29 pm

Looks great! How was it installing the brush guard? Take long?...CIB i think is the best accessory you got Hooah
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Re: Blackhorse grill & rear bumper guards and taillights (pi

Postby rikshap001 - January 16th, 2014, 4:41 pm

Looks good! Nice to know that I can add the bumper guard if I can find a local, competent welder. Thanks for sharing!
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Re: Blackhorse grill & rear bumper guards and taillights (pi

Postby Meatloafmountain - January 17th, 2014, 2:36 am

12 ESCAPE wrote:Looks great! How was it installing the brush guard? Take long?...CIB i think is the best accessory you got Hooah


The front guard was a real PITA. Taking off the shrouds/splash covers and the front air dam (or whatever it's called) took longer than we expected it to. They've cleverly (annoyingly?) integrated into the front bumper so it became a reverse tetris puzzle.

Actually starting the guard installation made it go by much faster. There were a couple of times we had to become ninjas, like installing the bolt plates on the "shelf" where the front license plate is and installing the threaded nuts, but it wasn't too bad. Expect a decent chunk of your afternoon.
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* WeatherTech Floor and Cargo mats - Saddleman Seat Covers - various Plasti-Dipped interior pieces - Greyman Tactical MOLLE boards

* Magnaflow exhaust - AEM Brute Force filter

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Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Meatloafmountain - January 17th, 2014, 10:25 am

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* Blackhorse Grilleguard - Blackhorse Taillight Guards - Plasti-Dipped stock wheels - Plasti-Dipped grille - Spyder Headlights - Dawn Bodyside Molding - LED light bar - Ford Spoiler - Debadged - LED foglights - Tribute taillights - WeatherTech Lampguard Covers - Plasti-Dipped gas door - front air dam removed - TrailFX Rear Bumper Guard - No Boundaries Roof Rack

* WeatherTech Floor and Cargo mats - Saddleman Seat Covers - various Plasti-Dipped interior pieces - Greyman Tactical MOLLE boards

* Magnaflow exhaust - AEM Brute Force filter

* front strut tower bar - Moog Front Sway Bars - KYB Struts - H&R 1 inch Lift Springs, Front & Back - KONI Rear Shocks

* Optima Yellow Top battery

UpComing Mods / Repairs / Projects:
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Consolidated War Wagon Build Thread
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Re: Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Acadianrider - January 18th, 2014, 8:51 pm

does these seat covers come in pair or just as single.

it doesn't say when I look at their website.

Btw it does look really great !
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Re: Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Escape94 - January 18th, 2014, 8:55 pm

Acadianrider wrote:Btw it does look really great !


+1 :thumb:
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Re: Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Meatloafmountain - January 18th, 2014, 9:17 pm

The front seat covers come as a pair, something I didn't know when I ordered them. Thankfully, they called and asked if I was sure if I wanted two sets of front seat covers.
* Blackhorse Grilleguard - Blackhorse Taillight Guards - Plasti-Dipped stock wheels - Plasti-Dipped grille - Spyder Headlights - Dawn Bodyside Molding - LED light bar - Ford Spoiler - Debadged - LED foglights - Tribute taillights - WeatherTech Lampguard Covers - Plasti-Dipped gas door - front air dam removed - TrailFX Rear Bumper Guard - No Boundaries Roof Rack

* WeatherTech Floor and Cargo mats - Saddleman Seat Covers - various Plasti-Dipped interior pieces - Greyman Tactical MOLLE boards

* Magnaflow exhaust - AEM Brute Force filter

* front strut tower bar - Moog Front Sway Bars - KYB Struts - H&R 1 inch Lift Springs, Front & Back - KONI Rear Shocks

* Optima Yellow Top battery

UpComing Mods / Repairs / Projects:
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Consolidated War Wagon Build Thread
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Re: Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Acadianrider - January 18th, 2014, 10:29 pm

Thanks for your quick reply, I might buy them for my 01 in Camo pattern.
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Re: Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Meatloafmountain - January 19th, 2014, 12:29 am

No problem. What you see here are the waterproof ones. Another step to weather proof/protect the car interior. I know, from living in Alaska for years, that simply walking out to your car in the middle of winter leaves you covered in snow.
* Blackhorse Grilleguard - Blackhorse Taillight Guards - Plasti-Dipped stock wheels - Plasti-Dipped grille - Spyder Headlights - Dawn Bodyside Molding - LED light bar - Ford Spoiler - Debadged - LED foglights - Tribute taillights - WeatherTech Lampguard Covers - Plasti-Dipped gas door - front air dam removed - TrailFX Rear Bumper Guard - No Boundaries Roof Rack

* WeatherTech Floor and Cargo mats - Saddleman Seat Covers - various Plasti-Dipped interior pieces - Greyman Tactical MOLLE boards

* Magnaflow exhaust - AEM Brute Force filter

* front strut tower bar - Moog Front Sway Bars - KYB Struts - H&R 1 inch Lift Springs, Front & Back - KONI Rear Shocks

* Optima Yellow Top battery

UpComing Mods / Repairs / Projects:
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Consolidated War Wagon Build Thread
Off Roading Thread
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Re: Weathertec floors mats and Saddleman seat covers (pics)

Postby Jeff88 - January 19th, 2014, 3:14 am

Your E is really coming together! Do you have the WTs in the back seat as well?

You gotta spill the beans... what do the cords lead to? iPod? Phone?
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