2005 Midnight Blue Metallic M6
Magnuson TVS 1900 Kroma Kote 553 rwhp 522 torque 8.5 lbs. boost. Ed Curtis custom cam
JBA Headers and JBA high flow catted mids H pipe Magnaflow Catback GMM Street LPE CAI
TSW Chrome Nogaro Wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tires
18x8 front / 18x9 rear 245/40 front 275/35 rear
2007 Pontiac G6 GT (winter car)
First car 1968 GTO 4 speed Mayfair Maize 6.5
Okay I’ve already got the ones for the fender, how about a price for just the headlights. Also, a couple of photos would be helpful. Nothing for the bumper yet huh?
Originally Posted by Tony's 06...
^^^ Now that I have the fenders, how can I order the lights?
guys email me at maverickman[at]maverickmancarbon.com and i will give you total and payment instructions for it.
the below photo is what it would look like. but do know these were chrome ones i was messing around with. the screw you will get will be the standard stainless steel ones and note that it will be an alan head because these are not sheet metal screws.
nothing for bumper that is a total different size thread and would require me to cut different sized washers which i could do but one thing at a time.
Originally Posted by GTO 06...
how about something for the spoiler screws...
and or something for the radiator shrod instead of the plastic clips...
hum that's an idea!!!! i though i was anal. lol! but let me check to see what will work on that. funny thing is i do actually leave my trunk open during shows. not that anyone would notice. to be honest though i don't remember what the stock bolts look like. have a photo of them?
as for rad shroud.... that was discussed earlier. OE rad shroud "plastic clips" are just that. you cannot get to the other side and there are no threads for anything to tap into. you could do it but to get to the other side you would need to remove your bumper. and anytime you wanted to take them off along with the rad shroud you would have to remove the bumper too. IMO not worth it for looks alone.
Last edited by Maverick Man; 05-28-2012 at 06:07 PM.
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