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    does anyone know of a good topic on how to install rim in continental kit i got the enteral rollerz one looks kinda hard didnt know if there was one on here thanks

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    Originally posted by 68impalatattooman@Mar 12 2010, 10:09 AM~16870481
    does anyone know of a good topic on how to install rim in continental kit i got the enteral rollerz one looks kinda hard didnt know if there was one on here thanks
    i thought it was hard to, but ended up building it in less than 5 hours welding cutting etc............... its easier than it looks bro you should try it
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    Originally posted by WICKEDKUSTOMS@Mar 14 2010, 08:06 PM~16889185
    i thought it was hard to, but ended up building it in less than 5 hours welding cutting etc............... its easier than it looks bro you should try it
    got everything together just got to put it on the bumper......am i going to have to cut the bumper to mount it????




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    putting it on the fleet?
    if you are...man, thats where the saying measure twice, cut once comes real handy. if you're doing this yourself or got a homie around to help you figure out a way to measure so it sits flush and sits properly. if anything at first make sure the kit is tilted towards the trunk.... i seen too many half assed builds where it looks like the kit is flopping around on the ass end.
    then find where you can bolt it on, drill the holes, measure up the latch mechanism, drop the bolts in and set the kit. once you have a general idea its not as hard as its made out to be!
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    Originally posted by DarknessWithin@Mar 22 2010, 05:03 PM~16964059
    putting it on the fleet?
    if you are...man, thats where the saying measure twice, cut once comes real handy. if you're doing this yourself or got a homie around to help you figure out a way to measure so it sits flush and sits properly. if anything at first make sure the kit is tilted towards the trunk.... i seen too many half assed builds where it looks like the kit is flopping around on the ass end.
    then find where you can bolt it on, drill the holes, measure up the latch mechanism, drop the bolts in and set the kit. once you have a general idea its not as hard as its made out to be!
    Cool thanks the mounting and the latch seems to be the hardest

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    Originally posted by 68impalatattooman@Mar 22 2010, 05:38 PM~16963820
    got everything together just got to put it on the bumper......am i going to have to cut the bumper to mount it????

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    Originally posted by HARDLUCK88@Mar 26 2010, 08:57 PM~17011901
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