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#1 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 06:18 PM
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Daytona tail light overlay

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What would the set cost shipped to 03452?

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What would the set cost shipped to 03452?

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165.00 + 16.50 shipping
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Is that with the dodge logo?

Also just bought a Jeep GC today and it looks like I need this. 82213221. how about that?

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Is that with the dodge logo?

Also just bought a Jeep GC today and it looks like I need this. 82213221. how about that?

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26.86 for the logo, 312.40 for the uconnect, same shipping
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Do you know if that uconnect kit is a simple install? of would the dealer have to do it? I thought I saw something about the dealer having to flash the comp.
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not hard to install, will require dealer activation, reconfigure the tipm, thanks
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Recommend not buying the overlay....terrible fit!
I wish I never bought it...
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Overlay on mine looks awesome...

It really makes the rear end unique.

To each his own....


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installing on my son in law this weekend, will post pictures
I love mine, dislike the factory look

yes the fit isnt perfect, however there is a better way to install

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guinea pig, 2012 Challenger R/T 6 speed.......

and the mission, Daytona tail light overlay

is it a perfit fit....no....is it for everyone no!!!!

however, on mine and my son in law liked them so much, now on is

first step, use a heat gun or blow dryer and remove the dodge letters of the rear tail lamp assembly

clean residue....doesnt have to be perfect, cause you wont see it

dry fit the overlays

clean the edge of the edge and the whole tail light with pro-solv or something similar, basically a de greaser

wipe the outside edge of the lamps with an adhesion promoter

do the same with the inside of the edges of the overlay

apply additional tape on the top and bottom edge of the lamps, all the way across,

peel the two way tape and install both left and right tail lamp overlays

get a person to hold the decklid partially open,

next step is much easyer if you have 2 people one on each end of the center overlay

carefully center it and push into place bending slightly from center out on both side, apply some pressure and make sure good contact has been made

clean the center of the overlay with the pro-solv, wipe with the adhesion promoter, and center and apply the new dodge logo

stand back and admire your work

with help of 2 people, installed in less than 20 minutes, total, of course have done this a couple of times

Luke

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