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Old 01-25-2006, 07:52 PM   #11
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rear shot of '00 SLE'*.... yes, hang down... further...but the bumper is cut out...
I remember from washing it weekly... can't really see it from this shot - too dark.
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John/Chris-

If you get a chance, would you mind snapping some pics of the system from the Y-pipe back? I wouldn't mind seeing the hangars too and the tips where they clear the rear fascia. If you've already put her back up, don't worry about it. Thanks!

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On it now... Hold on!
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See new post harrydunn. Sorry I just didn't feel like sticking it in this one. Also I didn't want to have people scroll for the photos.
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Hope it helps. Sorry for the triple post.
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Got the mufflers/Y-pipe in. Will be shooting them with high-heat flat black this evening. Mocked up the left one and it fits right up. Just need to have a shop weld it into place. Tips are going to come off. They look tacky without the bumper coves.

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Tips are going to come off. They look tacky without the bumper coves.
harry, things are looking good. what kind of replacement pipes will you use?

Tracy, that'* a nice pic of the twins, I like it.
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Got the mufflers/Y-pipe in. Will be shooting them with high-heat flat black this evening. Mocked up the left one and it fits right up. Just need to have a shop weld it into place. Tips are going to come off. They look tacky without the bumper coves.

looking great, any ideas what your going to do for tips yet?
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I am still unsure about the tips. I'll probably grab 2-3 designs from a local parts store to see what looks nice. There should be enough room past the hangars to afix them.

Got the swoops in too. I am actually considering putting them back up for sale as I may have my eye on another style of wheel I found (don't you hate it when that happens?!!) They look fantastic however. I don't know, I'll have to let them sit for a couple of weeks before I decide. If I decide to sell them, I'll post them on here first for what I paid before I go eBay. The seller sure held up his end of the bargain with the description. They're flawless.

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I am officially drooling over those rims....
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