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    What do you think?

    Hello everyone. I made some simple modifications to my Jeep this weekend. Removed the hood bumps and placed some louvers, cowl vent and added a Wrangler decal to each side. Simple mods and total cost for everything around $60. IMG_7209.JPG3B66967D-EAEC-4FCC-873A-7A29D2522D9E.jpgIMG_7179.JPGAppreciate your feedback


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    I like it. Always a fan of hood decals. I just put a new hood on mine and Iím waiting on the decals. Feels like the Jeep is naked.


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    Here is my honest opinion, I like the louvers and decals but not these things.
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    If you have the mirror dent thing going on just get it dent removed or something!


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    JC Whitney is happy with your style choices.


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    No dents at all. I like the look of the cowl armor. To each his own. Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salmo23 View Post
    No dents at all. I like the look of the cowl armor. To each his own. Thanks.


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    Exactly! Thatís the fun of all of this, you may think my choice of no rear bumper is stupid but same difference


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salmo23 View Post
    Hello everyone. I made some simple modifications to my Jeep this weekend. Removed the hood bumps and placed some louvers, cowl vent and added a Wrangler decal to each side. Simple mods and total cost for everything around $60.
    Appreciate your feedback


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    That's the best thing about owning a jeep, you get to set it up exactly how you like it. Enjoy the experience 👍👍

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    Hood decals look good. Thank God you have the passenger side flag decal facing the right direction - one of my biggest pet peeves ever. Not crazy about the hood vents but that's just me - doesn't matter what I think in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    JC Whitney is happy with your style choices.


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    Lol


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    The flag facing the right way is important to me to. I asked a military buddy why his flag was backwards. He said itís not, itís assaulting forward. Iíve never forgotten


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