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  • Originally posted by Willflow View Post
    For your hood latches look at jeep hood catches. They are a lever over type and may be better for you. As for the wiper take a look at some factory single systems. Some use a two arm setup that rotates at blade attachment end. That way you can get an angle change as it travels and I bet you can achieve a totally hidden arm. As always, I enjoyed it.
    Thanks for the comment! I will have to look into it

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    • Working on the rear diffuser. Also starting the cost challenge.

      https://youtu.be/fDRwKZMtO2c

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      • If you don't need access behind the diffuser why not mold it into the body? Wouldn't that make it stronger as well? I have to say yes, for the cost I wish the kit for together better. Keep up tje good fight!

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        • Originally posted by Willflow View Post
          If you don't need access behind the diffuser why not mold it into the body? Wouldn't that make it stronger as well? I have to say yes, for the cost I wish the kit for together better. Keep up tje good fight!
          Yes, I think someone else may have mentioned that as well. I like the idea! I am definitely leaning towards joining the two panels. thanks for the suggestion!

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          • Cost of my build is paper bag embarrassing.

            https://youtu.be/YMcKzEb2Va8

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            • There is a reason many of don't bother to keep up with it. We probably all did on our first build, and then said never again.

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              • Not Moving and Moving

                https://youtu.be/aHSKyMTPhbo

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                • Securing Panels

                  https://youtu.be/Sb8_F8RfR4s​​​​​​​

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                  • I have always wondered how some glass body's and body kits are mounted. It really is amazing there doesn't seem to be a kind of universal method.

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                    • Originally posted by AndreaBur
                      Hi, I'll just say that I'm super interested in reading your comments. The idea is very cool, I hope you will succeed By the way, I would also like to create something similar...
                      Thanks Friend! You should definitely go for it!

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                      • Originally posted by Willflow View Post
                        I have always wondered how some glass body's and body kits are mounted. It really is amazing there doesn't seem to be a kind of universal method.
                        Good question. At least for what I got, there are no instructions so I am making it up as I go.

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                        • Working on rear panels

                          https://youtu.be/zIMPfVs9EvU

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                          • New Controller

                            https://youtu.be/YFB6ihVxjrw

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                            • Slicing and splicing panels

                              https://youtu.be/imGpuHQRHCc

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                              • Vinyl Wrapping and Taking New Neighbors for Rides

                                https://youtu.be/aLD1vJn5M_I

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