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Black aluminum OEM Honda running boards, $340 on eBay shipped to my door. Install was very easy, didn’t even have to jack up the vehicle. Less than an hour, very pleased.

Body side moldings purchased from Bernardi, $170 shipped to my door. Install was simple using the templates included. About 30 mins to install, tops.

Moonroof visor purchased on eBay from Hendrick Honda, $129 shipped to my door. I purchased 0R01-TLA-100, advertised for CRV. The one for the Passport and Pilot, I thought was too noisy when installed on the Pilot I traded. The CRV model is what I have on my 2010 Ridgeline, it’s very quiet.

Anyway, I hate installing moonroof visors, difficult angles, poor sight lines, hate it. Got it installed in about 45 annoying minutes. Works as expected, pleased.

So, these accessories list at $830, Bernardi would have been $695 shipped, I paid $640 using eBay and Bernardi.

Probably saved $400 on labor by installing myself, at least that’s what I told the wife.
 

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Well done CGN ^^^^^
 

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Love it, the only other thing I would do is remove the Dealer nameplate from the tailgate and tint the front door windows.
 
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? ‘ that’s funny and I just spit my coffee out a little as I didn’t expect to lol this early ;)
 

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It seems that College Hills Honda and Bernardi are two dealers which are a good source for Passport accesories. I wanted a set of splash guards for my Passport. Retail $115. College Hills $72 (+21 for shipping to Oregon). I checked with my local dealer and they will match online dealer prices if I brought a printed copy of the webpage with the price. (They will not match Ebay sellers). So I saved on the shipping and got them locally for $72, and they were in stock!
 

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It seems that College Hills Honda and Bernardi are two dealers which are a good source for Passport accesories. I wanted a set of splash guards for my Passport. Retail $115. College Hills $72 (+21 for shipping to Oregon). I checked with my local dealer and they will match online dealer prices if I brought a printed copy of the webpage with the price. (They will not match Ebay sellers). So I saved on the shipping and got them locally for $72, and they were in stock!
When I bought the Passport cargo tray my local dealer would not match College Hills or Bernardi. After a bit of talking I got them to "meet me in the middle" which still saved money since shipping from College Hills or Bernardi was expensive.
 

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Love it, the only other thing I would do is remove the Dealer nameplate from the tailgate and tint the front door windows.
I agree. I tell the deal before I take delivery of any car no nameplate unless of course they want to pay me monthly for advertising.
 
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