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Rider Graphics install
Slowly but surely. Last week was the side stripe extensions. This week I tackled the hood. They say measure twice cut once. I am sure I measured 10 times. Finally, I said what the heck. It threw them up there and they darn near centered themselves. I have to say, anyone considering doing this, these graphics (quality) are great. If you take a little time, read the directions and plan ahead you can do it.
I will offer up this; I choose to have the hood decals made without the holes for the washer nozzles and then removed them from the hood for a nice clean look. Took all of 10 minutes for this step. Go this way...you will be glad you did.
I know some folks prefer the "clean" look, but I believe this black on yellow combo cannot be beat.
Next week...hood pins.
"I'm Not Yellow, I'm Just Made that Way"
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<---2012 R/T Classic, 6 Speed, STP
Magnuson S/C; JBA Headers; 87mm T/B; Hurst Short Throw Shifter; Jina's Custom Headrest; Blastin Bob's Resonator Delete; Speedlogix Skip Shift Eliminator; MOPAR Sequential Turn Signal; MOPAR Splash Guards; MOPAR Stage 1 Lowering Springs; BT Catch Can; Braided PCV and Breather Hoses; 15% Window Tint; Rider Graphix Hood Stripes; Billet Hood Pin Kit.