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I just changed the fuel door to the brushed aluminum on Friday. I'll have to get new pics up on that sometime next weekend.
 

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Nice. Just like mine will be. Minus the fuel door. More pics!!!!!!!
 

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Updated with pics on the grill change-out.
 

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looks good! i noticed the pics make the steel gray look a little darker than in person, anyone else see that?

imo i think the chrome gas cap will look sweet with chrome wheels. oh well, pics of the brushed cap plz!
 

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            looks good! i noticed the pics make the steel gray look a little darker than in person, anyone else see that?

imo i think the chrome gas cap will look sweet with chrome wheels. oh well, pics of the brushed cap plz![/b]
Agreed. The Steel Gray in pictures looks green or brown sometimes. In person though , they're definitely darker and you can tell that it's definitely gray.
 

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Nice. But when you get the time you should take more shot from outside and some wie shots of the interior. :D

I can't wait to get mine!
 

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is it that easy to change the grill? what are the steps in doing it??:)
 

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It's cake. Check out my cardomain website, page 2. All you have to do is as follows:

Step 1. Open hood.
Step 2. Remove the two (2) screws on the top side of the grill.
Step 3. CAREFULLY, push in the tab on each of the four (4) tabs holding the bottom of the grill in. You will feel a slight pop when you get a tab loose.
Step 4. Pull grill out
Step 5. Install new grill. Push in tabs into bumper
Step 6. Re-install screws on new grill.
Step 7. Take lots of pics and post or Kincaid will let you know how valuable your post is!!! :)
 
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