Instead of thread, I used hockey tape on mine, and I put it all over to make sure I didn't scratch anything with the clip.
And, here are a few things that will be going on as soon as the weather warms up and the roads get cleaner:
Woo! Carbon fiber license plate frame, and I finally got around to finishing my fog light covers! Waiting for my license plate LED bulbs to arrive in the mail, as well.
86foxgt wrote:Sweet Vibe! I love the new wheels, where did you purchase them from? Also, how hard was it for you to wire your horn in? Thanks!!
MrHatchWagon wrote:Yeah, the install wasn't as bad as I thought at all, and the moment when I used them for the first time was well worth it. I got them on ebay, they're Sickspeed brand horns and they were $40, but you have to buy a relay (if you plan on using one; and I'd recommend it), some wiring, some connectors, and some heat shrink tubing. All in all it must have been about $75 for everything, horns included.
thebarber wrote:Less wheel gap, please
MrHatchWagon wrote:thebarber wrote:Less wheel gap, please
I knoww, I'm seriously considering getting Teins or Canucks. My only concern is I'm afraid the S-techs are too low for where I live, and I hear the H-techs aren't worth it because they don't go low enough. I do like Kitt222's setup, though. Seems like it could work...
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