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Old 02-17-2005, 05:05 PM   #41
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nobody is EVAR allowed to build another one! Me, Markko Martin and Carlos Sainz are the only people allowed to have light bars!


If you want to know how, just ask, I'll give you my dims and info on how it was made.
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Old 01-22-2007, 05:59 PM   #42
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so I am about to break down and get a set of flaps...I have been saying I was going to do it for a while, but we have had crappy roads with tons of anti-skid since before the holidays and I am tired of hearing that crap tearing up my car.

Thanks for this write up, Doug. Now I have an idea of how to mount them
They do look pretty cool on the foci, huh? I know a lot of people from areas where they dont get conditions like us shun the flaps, but I think they actually look cool when done right.
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Well, I do still take them off in the summer, cause I don't want to rip one off on a cone...
Yes, they do look all-right, especially for the protection they provide.
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can you guys put up the link to those exact flaps? I don't want to get some flaps online and then receive them in the mail only to find out that they are "universal" and are really meant for trucks but fit the focus.

Thanks! Looks Great!
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