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Emblem looks good. Thanks to Tom. Worth the wait. You screw into the heat shield, not the metal! Nice backing plate. be careful removing the little plastic tabs that hold in the shield. Had to use a large screwdriver, flathead type and wiggled them loose. I did some underhood wiring on my other ride and broke em but these seemed stronger. Worth the price Tom. Install time is just about 14 minutes, give or take. No skill level required really.
 

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SSR Emblem

I also received one from Tom and I look forward to installing the SSR logo in the near future. The material is very high quality and the workmanship is A+++ and it looks like it will be easy to install. It will surely add a touch of class to the engine compartment! :thumbs

Thanks again Tom for making those available.


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SSR Emblem

Finally got mine put on this morning. Looks great and only took about 15 minutes to do. Thanks Tom, Great piece of work. :thumbs :thumbs :thumbs
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What was that thread?

Which thread was it that we tried to nego. the price for those billet logo? I just can't find it.

I gotta get one for my hood. They look awesome installed :thumbs

Question? how do I remove white salt deposits left on the underhood insulation after being driven and gotten wet in the rain. Any good suggestions.
 

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Someone told me to just scrub and hose it out.
I sprayed flat black paint over mine.
 

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I do the same - using a satin black.

Tom, I'll be contacting you when I return from our holiday cruise - need those letters too.

Ray

By the way - drove from Vancouver B.C., down I5, stopped in Eugene, Oregon last night (had a blast trying to find a motel and a restaurant without millions of people waiting - we caught the tailend of the Ducks/Huskies game - definitely got lots of looks.) Today, stayed on I5 through Sacramento, and are stopped in Stockton - heading for Vegas tomorrow.

The score so far is PT Cruiser - about 150, Magnum 2, Crossfire 1, WalMart transport 4587 (well, that's a guess, but a whole lot of them) and 0 SSRs

Ooops - forgot - about 12 minis

Ray
 

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trade places

wish I could trade places.
I'll try to go up to L. V. on wednesday. Hope to meet with you and others there.
keep us posted about the events and directions and select a good site and time for SSR cruzin/showoff


have a safe trip!
 

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Emblem looks good. Thanks to Tom. Worth the wait. You screw into the heat shield, not the metal! Nice backing plate. be careful removing the little plastic tabs that hold in the shield. Had to use a large screwdriver, flathead type and wiggled them loose. I did some underhood wiring on my other ride and broke em but these seemed stronger. Worth the price Tom. Install time is just about 14 minutes, give or take. No skill level required really.
Cruz,

I love your plastic emblems for the rear deck lid. How do I get the metal emblems for under the front hood and also how do I get the flaming skull for my 2005 here in Sarasota, FL.

Thanks,

Joe Schuhriemen :angel
 

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You can get the underhood emblems from Tom, (see post above). The plastic ones came from Norva Plastics in Norfolk, VA. They were only $30.00. I put velcro on the back of them to make them stick to the carpet. Got the skull at Garden Ridge. You will have to wait till next holloween for those kinds of things. There will be plenty then. I scooped up everything skull related I could find this holloween for my truck.
 

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Metal logos under the hood

SSRcobra said:
Someone told me to just scrub and hose it out.
I sprayed flat black paint over mine.

Tom,

I am interested in getting a set of metal logos for under the hood. How do I get them and how much are they. I just ordered the plastic ones for the bed area and both of them would look slick on my new 05. Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Joe :seeya
 

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Plastic Logo,s

Hey ED wonder if you could post Norva Plastic web site or PH# to contact then.Also like your awesome paint work i have kinda the same looking skull on one of my Harley,s and Tat on my back lol yep its true will send you pics of bike if you like Doug. :thumbs
 

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Norva Plastics
Howard Everton, Manag.
3911 Killam Ave.
Norfolk, VA 23508
757-622-9281

In regards to removing the shield for Tom's billet underhood logos, just use a very wide flat head screw driver (I used a 3/4" flat head) and slowly pry up the tabs with a twisting motion. They pop right out. There is a template that you drill into the heat shield that Tom provides you when you order one. Set that up and drill the holes into the heat shield, attach that and then the logos go on the other side with the screws and bolts.

Ed:) :party
 

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Billet Underhood SSR Logo

Thanks Tom, received my Logo today, but will have to wait till after the holidays to install. Family get together for the holidays in the state of Tennessee :grouphug . It really looks good, quality craftsmanship and looks easy to install as everyone has said.

Much appreciation from a new member, looking forward to more shared information on accessories and get togethers.
 

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I had run out of my under hood logos right before Christmas (opps)

Anyway they are back in stock if you are intersted in them you can PM me or send an email

Thanks
Tom
32 day until spring :D
 
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