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3 hours ago, Mercracing said:

What’s everyone running for floor mats? Weather Tech? Husky? GMC? Other? I want to get a set for the front and rear as a nice Christmas present to myself.


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Husky, fit great, good price and have a great lifespan as far as wear goes.

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I have the weather tech, full/extended length for front and rear...

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So I bought a buffer last week and some scratched up taillights, what y’all think? (First time doing this myself) For sell btw 😂 if anybody is interested, next is the cluster lens since a lot of those are usually scratched up and kinda hard to find a replacement lens. 

 

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After wet sanding the imperfections and light scratches 

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After buffing and polishing not a scratch on them 😎 😆 

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43 minutes ago, Frankielozano214 said:

So I bought a buffer last week and some scratched up taillights, what y’all think? (First time doing this myself) For sell btw 😂 if anybody is interested, next is the cluster lens since a lot of those are usually scratched up and kinda hard to find a replacement lens. 

 

Before pics068AA648-0920-4BD9-9284-314265A04D5D.thumb.jpeg.24c99ca6c94390641fdaabb7626cb43c.jpegBBA9A13B-88FA-48C4-9614-B51466F67E74.thumb.jpeg.e42eb12d198676f165ec4adc7e019a26.jpeg

After wet sanding the imperfections and light scratches 

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After buffing and polishing not a scratch on them 😎 😆 

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Looks great, nice work!

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12 minutes ago, JimCost2014 said:

Looks great, nice work!

Thanks man I was paying a dude 30$ a set to buff them for me. It actually takes alil practice but not hard at all just need to have the right equipment and materials.

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Just now, Frankielozano214 said:

Thanks man I was paying a dude 30$ a set to buff them for me. It actually takes alil practice but not hard at all just need to have the right equipment and materials.

And it helps to have a set to practice on that is not yours, that way you do not have a "ghetto" looking set on your truck if they come out bad.....

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34 minutes ago, JimCost2014 said:

And it helps to have a set to practice on that is not yours, that way you do not have a "ghetto" looking set on your truck if they come out bad.....

I actually have two sets both are nice af and shiny, one set is for my truck other is for sell in the market 😎 😂 

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Husky, fit great, good price and have a great lifespan as far as wear goes.

+1 on the Husky’s.


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6 hours ago, CP4 said:


+1 on the Husky’s.


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+2 on the Huskys. I would like the OEM full coverage, but I wasnt about to pay for it. I like my Huskys just fine.

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+2 on the Huskys. I would like the OEM full coverage, but I wasnt about to pay for it. I like my Huskys just fine.


+3 for Husky!!!!


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9 hours ago, Frankielozano214 said:

Thanks man I was paying a dude 30$ a set to buff them for me. It actually takes alil practice but not hard at all just need to have the right equipment and materials.

I had a couple get caught in the jet buffer before. Lol. Luckily they were cheap lights. It takes a steady hand. 

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26 minutes ago, cbrsilv15 said:

I had a couple get caught in the jet buffer before. Lol. Luckily they were cheap lights. It takes a steady hand. 

Yeah way easier if u have somebody holding them 😂 or if they’re installed on the vehicle other wise u have to worry about it shooting from under the buffer 

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I just got my rear camera harness today from @pgamboa.  This will let me check out the rear camera while in drive.  I just realized the GPS shows up on my speedo too after installing the I06 HMI and radio module from @GTPprix.  It just keeps getting better and better.  Lol!

 

For those of you who have bought harnesses from Phil, have you wrote a review over on http://harnessdr.com?  I got the DIY DL3 kit a while ago before the website was up and going.  I can't imagine the number of guys here that have been helped by Phil.  🤣

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I want to know more about the rear camera in drive...

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