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post #1 of 123 Old 10-07-2015, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 123 Old 10-11-2015, 01:26 PM
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Took a rubber mallet to the stock oval finisher and offed with it (slides off with some force only being held in by protrusions). Replaced it with a better looking one (to me anyways ) from an Accord Coupe V6 (MY_2003-2005 or also first generation TSX). It's got somewhat of a snug fit on there but I'm not taking any chances so I used the securing screw that comes with it & hand tightened it down some more. I really dig the less flashy, chiseled, and angular look of it.

Also found a cargo net I didn't know I had laying around and it fits right up, save the two lower securing points which I had to zip tie it down to the metal holders that are visibly situated behind the rear seats.
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Took a rubber mallet to the stock oval finisher and offed with it (slides off with some force only being held in by protrusions). Replaced it with a better looking one (to me anyways ) from an Accord Coupe V6 (MY_2003-2005 or also first generation TSX). It's got somewhat of a snug fit on there but I'm not taking any chances so I used the securing screw that comes with it & hand tightened it down some more. I really dig the less flashy, chiseled, and angular look of it.

Also found a cargo net I didn't know I had laying around and it fits right up, save the two lower securing points which I had to zip tie it down to the metal holders that are visibly situated behind the rear seats.
There should be 2 attachment points on the bottom for the net. Just need 2 carabiner clips to attach them.
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spee-dee dropped these guys off. not exactly cheap lol but oh well. i bought 2 sets in case the first set goes out prematurely. installed the mirror white pair. i will probably do an hid kit eventually.
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spee-dee dropped these guys off. not exactly cheap lol but oh well. i bought 2 sets in case the first set goes out prematurely. installed the mirror white pair. i will probably do an hid kit eventually.
Good to see you're not touching the clear bulb part of the assembly since i've seen way too many people on the forums do that!

How much did you pay for them?
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i paid too much @ $32.99 a set.
so the mirror white, when facing a wall, has less yellow showing. not too shabby, let's see how long it lasts now.
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Well Yesterday I had some vinyl work done..
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Yesterday I installed the TRD air filter, removed the secondary air filter, changed the break-in oil, added a set of all-season floor mats, and installed factory mud guards. Not a bad day.
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Picked this up down at the Targets yesterday and for $49.99 and some change + 30 minutes of my time, not too terrible I think. As you can see the interior liner is uneven out back for some reason so I had to do an uneven trim on the mat. I could've trimmed everything off and just used the checkered portion but at the same time I wanted max coverage. Good enough, no body is gonna see it anyways.
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Looks good I think
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