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Old 12-12-2007, 10:11 AM
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As I have been doing the re-rig on my Skater I decided there was alot of parts I wasn't crazy about, dash, oil tank trays, center console and now the battery boxes. being that we do alot of fabrication I decided to make new ones, here they are not anodized
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NICE. Good Job
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Tzrider, Very Nice Clean Look!!! Should Look Killer When Installed.

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nice job vent the battery boxes they make heat cool parts keep us posted
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Nice Job.

Make sure ya use nice thick gromets.
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Very cool! Going to be purple I assume?
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just polish and clear it, looks great.
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Those look like something a "car" guy would put in a boat.

Seriously, those are cool. I look forward to seeing the finished product.
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