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post #41 of 54 (permalink) Old 03-17-2019, 10:58 AM
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No drill, should have made a video on the install, but this video explains it..
https://youtu.be/AmIGsAOTdTM
The second time I watched the video, that is the time I realized it is your channel! I'll watch the others once I have time.

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I got them on Taobao for even less than the current sale price you'll see in link below from Aliexpress.


Hood Dampers on Sale now.
damn how reliable are these things lol no drilling, what if one day it fails and the hood comes crashing down on you
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Those look like the ones on my car. Came from Poland. Paid $55 shipped.

The strut tower bracket on mine looks different, but same concept. I still need to get a new bolt. Oh well. Function>Form

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No, different setup


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damn how reliable are these things lol no drilling, what if one day it fails and the hood comes crashing down on you
Dude stop being ignorant with your comments, are you eleven years old or something? Oh wait you're banned, welp the witch is dead.


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Dang! I like the slybracket idea. Might have to look into doing it for mine. How sturdy is it on our thin plastic "splitters"?

Build's coming along great!

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Dang! I like the slybracket idea. Might have to look into doing it for mine. How sturdy is it on our thin plastic "splitters"?

Build's coming along great!

Surprisingly the plastic bars on our bumpers are fairly strong can take a beating, the bracket installed is very sturdy, also you can position wherever you want it, I offset it closer to driver side instead of the usual center mounted look, It grips one of the horizontal plastic bars with left and right spring activated notch grippers that grips the bar then you tigthen for a even more secure grip.


I've driven thru high winds, bumps in the road still on there like a champ. Also install is easy just slide thru openings let grippers latch onto a bar, position where you want it tighten and install included license plate bracket holder and license plate and be done in 15 mins or less.


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Could you post photos of the interior of your car? I think I read that you have wrapped some of the pillar posts with suede. I have been thinking of doing the same but there's always something "more important" to do...

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This is an amazing build log Love it.
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If I may ask, do you have a link for this one?
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