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How Do You Like Me Now, At First I Wasn't Sure If I Had Made The Right Decision With This Color "sedona" But Now I Love It. The First Thing Now That People Ask About This Truck Is "what Color Is That"????. Here's A List Of A Few Mod's: 22 Inch Rims From Akusa With 305/45/22, Upper And Lower Billet Grille From Nissan, Hood Deflector From Nissan, In Channel Wind Deflector From Nissan, Tail Pipe Rerouted To Straight Back With "sebring Tunning" Tail Pipe Tip, Slim White Driving Lights Below Bumper Hooked Up To Back Up Lights For More Visibility, 35% Tint On Front Windows, Black Body Molding Aroung Wheel Arches, Round Tow Hith Cover And Notice That Names On Back Gate Are Gone (very Easy To Remove). That's It For Now. Let Me Know How You Like It.
 

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I Have No Sirious Wind Noise, I Took It To Reno And 8 Hour Drive And Didn't Experience Any Serious Wind Noise Other That When It Is Really Windy
 

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I think you made up my mind on removing the Armada and SE on my back hatch, I already removed the V* emblems and have a street scene grill coming with no emblem ....... 22s are alos possiblly on the way

nice ride!
 

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Thank You Money, Just A Quick Trick To Remove The Emblems, Use A Hair Dryer On Hi. Take A Flat Small Screwdriver And While You're Heating The Emblem Pull With The Screwdriver. There's A Space Between The Emblem And The Body. That's The 3m Tape Separating Both. Once The 3m Tape Heats Up The Letters Come Right Off. The Entire 3m Tape Will Still Be On The Car Heat It Up Then Take You Finger And Rubb It Off. The Glue Left On The Paint Is No Sweat To Take Off. Take A Soft Piece Of Cloth And Soak It With Wd40 And Rubb The Glue Right Off. If You Do It This Way You Will Have No Scratches. Good Luck
 

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Alex, very clean ride. Tastefully done! Love the exhaust straight back. What city are you in?
 

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That is super sharp!!!! I like the lights you put on the back -- where did you get those? I've been thinking of doing something like that...I trailer my boat a lot. Great looking ride!!!
 

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Hold it down big fella. HOLD IT DOWN! Glad to see more playas pimpin their rides.

I love that color, as well as that gold, but I decided to go with black to match my trailer. As soon as we get some sunshine, I will post pictures. But that is sweet dude.....what's up on the interior?
 

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That is super sharp!!!! I like the lights you put on the back -- where did you get those? I've been thinking of doing something like that...I trailer my boat a lot. Great looking ride!!!
THE DRIVING LIGHTS I GOT FROM PEP BOYS AND YOU CAN ALSO FIND THEM AT AUTOZONE. LOOK FOR THE SLIM TYPE AND NOT THE SQUARE TYPE IT LOOKS CLEANER. ALSO LOOK FOR A LIGHT THAT IS SEALED TIGHT BECAUSE YOU GET THEM SPLASHED PRETTY GOOD BACK THERE. TO MOUNT YOU DON'T NEED TO DRILL ANY HOLES. LOOK AT THE LOCATION OF MINE AND YOU GONNA SEE A SCREW HOLDING THE BUMPER SKIN. I REMOVED THEM AND MOUNTED THE FIXTURES RIGHT THERE. IT'S REAL TIGHT. JUST ALIGN AND YOU'RE DONE. GOOD LUCK.
 

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that is DOPE!!

The 22's fit nice!!!
 

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Wiring

I wonder if it'd be a good idea to wire those up with the reverse lights. Where did you mount your switch?
 
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