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Thread: Evo Skins, Carrier & Rear Fascia (pics)

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    Evo Skins, Carrier & Rear Fascia (pics)

    Thanks to this forum, I was able to get this thing installed. It would have been 1000 times more difficult without several members write ups. Even still, several cuss words word tossed around. Thank you all for taking the time to post, and answer questions.

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    Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Looks good!
    Thanks! Now I'm trying to decide if I should stay with silver accents, or go all black.

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    Wish you had added silver to the EVO plate on the carrier, that would have worked with with the silver below. None the less sliver still looks good I say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natebartlett View Post
    Thanks! Now I'm trying to decide if I should stay with silver accents, or go all black.
    Looks good! Personally I'd go black on the fascia and raw on the rings. And paint the muffler black too!

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    Nice job...not an easy install at all. I personally like the black


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    A forklift? No fair!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stotch View Post
    Looks good! Personally I'd go black on the fascia and raw on the rings. And paint the muffler black too!
    Yes, definitely painting the muffler. I picked up a can of high temperate header paint. Hoping to get a chance to spray it this weekend.


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    A forklift? No fair!
    Hah.. I lucked out on that for sure. I was telling my buddy that was helping me that we could build some type of frame to support the carrier, he was like "Bro...we've got a forklift".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffj View Post
    Nice job...not an easy install at all. I personally like the black


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    Thanks! I'm leaning towards all black. I just know that the fascia is going to get lost in all of the blackness. That's my only hesitation. Maybe some type of accent behind the logo to help bring it out.

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    All black baby!

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