Inferno LB coming along!

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  1. OU81taco16

    OU81taco16 Well-Known Member

    That’s what she said!
     
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  3. OU81taco16

    OU81taco16 Well-Known Member

    2&2 drop it at your favorite spray bed liner shop that do many colors these days. I can stand on mine doesn’t crack 275lbs. Ha IMG_0069.jpg
     
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    bumpedmyhead

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    Morimoto XBs in! I decided to remove the grille and go in from there, rather than the wheelwell. The grille is so easy to take out, and access is really good. Install was pretty easy. Remove the outer bezels. There is only 1 screw holding in the fogs (tabs hold it in place). Unplug them and take out. Easy. Morimoto does not put the plug end on their new lights, but they are included. They want you to check polarity, which was really easy, then install the plug. It just uses click-in pins. Whole thing took less than hour. 20180921_095947.jpeg 20180921_095954.jpeg 20180921_100621.jpeg
     
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    bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Lamin-x in the trash, where it belongs. Lifting up along edges in 15 places. Just wont work with these domes.
     
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  6. swift96

    swift96 New Member

    Lovely truck!
     
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    bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Took a little trip to Colotado last week, and when I arrived home..... 20181007_075845.jpeg
     
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  8. Lil G

    Lil G Well-Known Member

    Sweet
     
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    bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Installed the Xenon Depot LED kit. Big difference. Havnt taken any night pics, but, the beam pattern is solid and wide. Wider than stock. The color is excellent, and matches the Morimoto fogs and DRLs perfectly. I dont have any flutter or vibration issues at all. Its a bit tight in there, and a little difficult to spread out the fins wide. I unbolted the washer bottle, and moved it over, to gain easier access to passenger side. They come clocked to the correct position, which is helpful.
     
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    bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    I snapped a few night shots.
    1. Just drl and parking lights.
    2. Drl, parking, and Morimoto XB fogs.
    3. Xenon Depot led headlights (low beam), parking, and drl.
    4. High beams, XDepot lows, drl, and parking.
    In person they seem brighter than the low quality camera phone, but a big improvement over stock. 20181019_194929.jpeg 20181019_194937.jpeg 20181019_194947.jpeg 20181019_194952.jpeg
     
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    bumpedmyhead

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    First pics of new Marathon front seat covers. Took about a month to get. They come in 3 pieces, headrest, back, and bottom. It is easier to unbolt the seat, so you can attach the velcro strapping underneath. Very nice quality material. Fit is excellent. Seems to fit tightly. No funny smells. 20181029_165518.jpeg 20181029_165537.jpeg 20181029_165559.jpeg
     
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  12. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    I like the fact that the seat cover has storage in the back.
     
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    bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Got the other cover installed today. I had a back procedure done, so Ive been moving slow. It was a lot easier to remove the seat. Just 4 bolt and unplug 2 sensors. Seat covers look great! I will try them out for a month before I order the rear cover. 20181101_123432.jpeg 20181101_123410.jpeg 20181101_123453.jpeg 20181101_123442.jpeg
     
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    bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    Other than, possibly, ordering the rear seat cover, Im gonna take a mod break. In the middle of peparing for a new home workshop! Land is cleared, building engineering done, and waiting on plot plan, for permitting.
     
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