Yes one can is all it takes. Too much and it'll look garbage when you scratch em on the trail. Just did a change though. Saw some gld pokin through where I missed. Kinda liked it so I wet sanded with some 600 grit in some different spots. Gives it a rustic look and will go well with the camo scene. Will do the clear on the lenses didn't think bout that. How do you post pics on here?
With IPhone a jeep forum app it's simple, otherwise download them to photobucket, then post a link.
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trailhound - I mounted mine similar to TRAVASS. That seems to be the best place, easy to mount and well within reach, and if you mount it close to the dash you still have seat movement.
How does that shifter work for you?
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Todays progress. sorry so long for pics, just got to computer. I am not sold on the camo pattern. But i am thinking this is what i am going with. I live in southern Oklahoma so we dont get any rain...this would fit my terrain better. I kind of like it...its different.
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