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Old 10-06-2011, 04:12 PM
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Two deliveries, yesterday.

Got the overhead console so I could replace the lights, got the whole thing because I could not find just the piece I needed. I guess now I have spare parts or parts to sell.



Got a new to me bumper to put on the ol' girl until I can find the right Ranch Hand at a decent price.



Which brings me to my a question about the overhead removal. I saw just one screw holding this up, I believe it was in the sunglasses bin. Is this correct?
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Old 10-06-2011, 04:37 PM
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Lightbulb Just one screw and bam!!!

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Which brings me to my a question about the overhead removal. I saw just one screw holding this up, I believe it was in the sunglasses bin. Is this correct?
TXtinct, there iis one in the sunglass' holder and that is it, start pulling at the front and work your way back... on my '05 anyways.
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Cool, thank you sir. Did you ever get your LED situation worked out?
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I started work on the only rust on my X, the bottom of the drivers side front door. I pealed back the skin where it folds over the shell of the door, cleaned all the loose rust out and POR-15ed everything, folded the lip back and por'ed again. After the por set up a little I took a syringe and injected por-15 into the clip holes for the lower rubber piece. So the whole bottom crack of the door should be submerged and sealed once dry with POR-15. The passenger side front door just had a little minor surface rust just starting at the seam, I also cleaned that door up and injected it as well with por. Tomorrow I will be able to paint it back white and eventually put the rubber back on.














I know this will annoy you but I want to know. Which camera you have used to take these shots? They are really damn good shot?
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man that is some bad rust! i dont know if i could live with it on our ex like that! i know the day will come tho.
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Ya those were some ugly pictures, I hate rust
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I know this will annoy you but I want to know. Which camera you have used to take these shots? They are really damn good shot?


Sarcasm? The camera can take good shots, I know most of those pics aren't the best.

The camera is a sony dsc-v3


And a pic with this camera I took to ruin this page. lol
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Nice cam & you ruined more than 1 page Snow
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Took the Ex camping last weekend - Alabama hills. For those interested there's a 315/75R16 in the rear and a 305/70R16 in front. I know AlaskanEx, yet another mismatched rim.

Wow, double wide post on this page...
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Old 10-06-2011, 10:22 PM
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Oh, yeah. And the 315 will fit in the back with a longer eyebolt, but not the zipped cover.
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Nice bushwacker lines on the body Sean. I like seeing the X really used. Reminds me of my days in Arizona with my old 4x4 Yota
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LOL i was about to say...another style of rim wont be long you'll have 4 diff styles haha

just commuted with mine today, tomorrow will be 5 10 hour days at work and i think we're doing 10 hour days this weekend also. kill. me. now! please!

on the bright side. paycheck will be nice!
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Sean, great pics, nice scenery there, Gigger
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Happy Friday Higger and all!!! I got my over head console lights swapped out and working. It got dark on me so I had to use my head light as my son likes to call it... Now I'm fully lit up in LED. All is right with the world.
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TX, that sounds great, love led's
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