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    How to remove center plastic peice from hood ??

    Im in the process of changing out my chrome peices for some black ones, but I cant seem to figure out how to remove the center peice. I tried removing the plastics under the hood but have had no luck. What do I need to remove to gain access to this part.


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    There is alot of plastic up there are you talking about the storage caompartment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    Im in the process of changing out my chrome peices for some black ones, but I cant seem to figure out how to remove the center peice. I tried removing the plastics under the hood but have had no luck. What do I need to remove to gain access to this part.


    look inside there are two hidden allen bolts w/loctite .hard to find and easy to forget when puttin' back together

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    to get the front chrome peice off you have to remove the hood (shell) from the black pastic support (bottom). theres like 10 or 12 screws holding the 2 halves together (there are screws underneath the hoses on the hood aswell, that you will have to remove). once all the screws are out the shell just pops off and you can easily remove the front chrome piece.

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    does the shock assembly also have to come off inorder to seprate both parts ??

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    dont forget the four bolts under the plastic tubes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    does the shock assembly also have to come off inorder to seprate both parts ??
    nope

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    i was missing the two small screws behind the shock assembly. once i tokk those off it came apart pretty easy. All done now, looks great. thanks guys

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    lets see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by apactorpedo View Post
    lets see it
    I bet you $$$ HE...1, broke something, 2nd he's cussing away trying to figure it out. and 3rd, He's saying @#[email protected]#^%%&**&^%^$%$ YOU Jammer 1 ....... I will start a thread for you with pictures. You have to drill everything out and buy stainless steel nuts and bolts. This way you can take them off and on anytime. same goes with the bumbers and moldings. be carefull on the moldings when you drill Happy New Year BRO!

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