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Now that is sharp! Planning to retail those?
 

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Looks great
 

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Very nice, how long did this take you?
 

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Looks really good. Seems like people would be willing to buy them from you if you sold them.

Do they sell these elsewhere though, or do you really have to do it yourself if you want these for your Pioneer?
 

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I haven't seen any for purchase out there yet but I know a lot of people wanted them when honda were offering them but I think they wouldn't stick bc the texture of the doors so I had the idea and wanted to let everyone else know, it is cold out side and some of us drink a little beer out in the shop so why not be doing something constructive I would like to see a lot more new ideas cause if you want something and can't get it around here we build it a person could use polished diamond plate, raw aluminum, you could glue it on or you could even screw it on or rivet it sorry about the lac of punctuation I'm on an iPad and its a pain
 

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Tyson,

But did you toke the factory graphic decals and then you put those in the aluminum sheet? Or is a regular vinyl? I was trying to do the same thing over the weekend and I couldn't find the red vinyl in Hobby lobby where did you get it? And the aluminum sheet was like 10 bucks a small piece in home depot. Please give us some directions I want to do the same thing. 10 points for you in those decals Tyson!
 

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I got my aluminum from a glass shop I used to work at, they use it to trim out new store front installed in older buildings, it was like 30 bucks for a piece of scrap, then I went to a custom sighn/graphics shop with the hood of my wheeler to match up color n bought like a 20x24 piece and had them add the transfer tape cost like 20 bucks then I cut aluminum out n applied the vinyl then glued on, but be carfull applying the vinyl as I had a ton of air bubbles I had to pop with a razor blade and rub out
 

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If you have any more questions just shoot me a text at 1660-342-five nine nine zero and I can send you some pics of the aluminum I used and talk you through it a little better, plus i can answer your questions a little faster, cause I'm not on here all the time
 
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