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What have you done to your K2 today?

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Put new tires on: Sumitomo Encounter HT's, stock size. Finally decided to just leave it stock and have fewer potential headaches.

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Hope everyone gets some Christmas goodies!!  Looking forward to seeing what you guys post in the next couple weeks.

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Did you ever get any pics of the light output? I'm about to buy one. Just want to get an idea how much light it will throw.

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Sorry for the delay, here you go
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With Light Bar on
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Look's Good .

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Sorry for the delay, here you go
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I appreciate it. Looks like I'll be ordering one.

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I appreciate it. Looks like I'll be ordering one.

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It’s an excellent light and especially for the money. Before my trip overseas, two of my neighbors complimented on mine, they’ve since already ordered and received theirs, awaiting their installs


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Carbon fiber wrapped my interior trim pieces. 

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21 hours ago, Cheverado said:

Carbon fiber wrapped my interior trim pieces. 

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That looks really nice.  What material did you use? I have looked into some dark brown/grey wood grain 3M Di-Noc to wrap my wood trim in.  I can decide if I can make it look nice.  I won't be satisfied unless it looks as good as yours.

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This is the 3M Di-Noc Graphite. It’s a pleasure to work with. It is like sheet plastic when cold but flows where you want when you heat it up. Really nice stuff.

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Left my K2 at a Ram dealer this morning. Rear main seal was already toast but the trans started acting ip so between that and the new Illinois trade in tax we are about to get hit with, it was time to pull the trigger.

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1 hour ago, Cheverado said:

This is the 3M Di-Noc Graphite. It’s a pleasure to work with. It is like sheet plastic when cold but flows where you want when you heat it up. Really nice stuff.

Awesome.  If you don't mind me asking, how much material did you purchase and where from?  Do you have a crew cab?

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I have a double cab but I had plenty left over. I bought 24”x48”. This is the rear of mine.

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