Same place that did the tint, etc. They're the factory lights. They just pulled them off and smoked them with a couple shades of a product they use. Not sure what it is exactly. Second car I've had them do. I believe the process is basically sand, smoke, smoke again then polish if I remember correctly.Looks great! Where did you get the Smoked Taillights?
I thought I recognized that PP in their post!Today was skid plate day! The boys at JSport USA just got the official Passport skid plate back from the powder coater and I was able to pick one up.
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Jordan was kind enough to meet me to drop off the plate in one of the JSport Passports. I like that the first Passport I saw "in the wild" was trimmed out similar to mine.
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The install is 6 bolts and was done in 20 minutes. Nice piece, well thought out and surprisingly light.
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Thank you! Yea, I’ll get some pictures. I’m really bad about not taking pictures of in-progress mods. It was interesting though, I got my cutting tools out prepared to cut out the notches in the trim based on the instructions for other running boards I’d seen (these come with none). But they engineered the brackets in a way to get around those. I’ll post some pics soon.@bhertz82 , any chance you could snap a photo of the underside of the running boards? I'm working with @Jondz to try and fabricate lower profile brackets for the Honda OEM running boards and I'm curious how JSport sorted out the mounting. Your build is really coming along, I like where you're headed!
@DavidCSmithDP ,@bhertz82 , any chance you could snap a photo of the underside of the running boards? I'm working with @Jondz to try and fabricate lower profile brackets for the Honda OEM running boards and I'm curious how JSport sorted out the mounting. Your build is really coming along, I like where you're headed!
Jesus. I thought I was doing good being on pace to have it paid off in two years. Well done. Scratch all the wheels you want.Just wrote my last online bill pay to Honda Financial Services for my Passport!
I financed it for six months to get $1000 off MSRP and it added 80 points to my credit score!
Thank you, sir. You were quite the inspiration to the process.Looks fantastic!!!! Love every bit of it!
Here ya go. It needs a bath.I’d like to see a photo showing your wheels and the side of your passport! The rivet look is very cool looking!
I had the lift kit installed and the new wheels and tires done, including mounting the factory tires back on the factory wheels after removing the tire pressure sensors, at a place in Kernersville, NC for about $700. May wanna check them out. Kernersville Tire and Diesel/Route 66 Custom Built Trucks and Jeeps. They do all the builds for the local Dodge/Jeep dealer.Just checked with one dealership in high point, nc that can apply this kit. Labor for the lift: $800, for the skid plate: $300. That brings the total to around $5K! They initially quoted me $3500 just for the kit. I called Jsport and was called by the person they recommended at a Honda dealership; he quoted me the same price Jsport website does. Then gave me a number for another 4 X 4 shop that would definitely have lower labor rates. “It’s a nine hour job.” Hmm.
Ohhh I don’t know. $750 shipped sounds good.How much do you want for them?
Thank you for posting! Totally wouldn’t have noticed otherwise. PM replied.I sent you a PM regarding buying them from you.