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Old 07-14-2005, 10:27 AM   #15
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Audrey/John:
ThanX for the referal on the shades. I ordered a set as soon as I saw your pictures. I got the Front Screen Set and the Wheel Covers along with custom sizes for the side windows........ they threw in a set of Mirrow Covers for free. The whole shebang was a little expensive, but I love the product.... the best I have seen myself. Took not quite two hours to install with no problems. The company was very responsive and got the shipment out in a timely manner.
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Audrey and John,

How did you deal with the Hydro Hot exhaust and the left rear wheel cover. Or does your exhaust not exit through the wheel well?
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Those look awesome! Nice install!

FYI...WRV Accessories Center has suncreens in stock for both front and side-door models and can ship them out if you ask nicely...
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Don't let Mike fool you. He shipped them out to me, and I don't remember asking nicely. Good price too. If anybody cares, they were pretty easy to install. All it takes is a ladder and a drill.
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