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    Quote Originally Posted by mcanzio View Post
    On another random note we both have the same number of posts! lol
    LOL... just one up'd ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROK View Post
    i like the stock westminster wheels better, bud. the black is way better than silver esp with what you've done. what happened to the autobio grills?
    The stock Westminster wheels have a 58mm offset and would rub against the front struts...the only way to resolve that issue is by fitting 5mm spacers...which I did not want to do. Oh and the autobiography grills are fairly hard to find for the full-size...and wayyy too expensive...some guy wanted $1300 just for the front one...side vents had chrome on them and priced absurd as well.

    Unfortunately, I sold my stock Westminster wheels. ROK, I originally ordered a set of 22" Kahn RS wheels like you have on your sport, however, by the time they came in I decided I wanted to buy a RR Sport this summer and go all out on that truck. Alex at TAG had a brand new stock set of RR sport wheels at the shop taken off from one of the KAHN builds and I decided to just buy those off him. This was I can keep this bad boy for off-roading etc...and hand it down to my mom later this summer and not worry about her scuffing my wheels lol

    This was kind of a minor refresh..ballin' on a budget for this build...sort of...wasn't that cheap actually haha...budget for my terms I guess haha. I have a 15K stereo in my other ride so I guess this build was somewhat on the lower side.

    For some reason while writing this post...I had the papa americano beat playing in my head...for some reason it makes me think of you ROK hahaha jk

    I think you should play this beat whenever you write a post...no matter how played out it is!! New trend...theme songs for writing posts!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QU3t1...eature=related

    and to michakaveli....back to square one haha ...tied at 40
    Last edited by mcanzio; 05-05-2011 at 08:27 PM.
    2008 Range Rover SC Westminster
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    2001 Range Rover 4.6 HSE
    285/70R16 Nitto Trail Grappler's
    2" OME Lift w/ Fox Reservoir Shocks
    Tom Woods Driveshafts
    Custom Stereo

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    There's no question that 24's look great on the Rover but it's too much of a headache. I think your set up looks great especially with those off road tires Worry free is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcanzio View Post
    The stock Westminster wheels have a 58mm offset and would rub against the front struts...the only way to resolve that issue is by fitting 5mm spacers...which I did not want to do. Oh and the autobiography grills are fairly hard to find for the full-size...and wayyy too expensive...some guy wanted $1300 just for the front one...side vents had chrome on them and priced absurd as well.

    Unfortunately, I sold my stock Westminster wheels. ROK, I originally ordered a set of 22" Kahn RS wheels like you have on your sport, however, by the time they came in I decided I wanted to buy a RR Sport this summer and go all out on that truck. Alex at TAG had a brand new stock set of RR sport wheels at the shop taken off from one of the KAHN builds and I decided to just buy those off him. This was I can keep this bad boy for off-roading etc...and hand it down to my mom later this summer and not worry about her scuffing my wheels lol

    This was kind of a minor refresh..ballin' on a budget for this build...sort of...wasn't that cheap actually haha...budget for my terms I guess haha. I have a 15K stereo in my other ride so I guess this build was somewhat on the lower side.

    For some reason while writing this post...I had the papa americano beat playing in my head...for some reason it makes me think of you ROK hahaha jk

    I think you should play this beat whenever you write a post...no matter how played out it is!! New trend...theme songs for writing posts!

    YouTube - Papa Americano Arabs

    and to michakaveli....back to square one haha ...tied at 40
    you sound like a real level-headed dude man thx for the posts and really am looking forward to you getting exactly what you wish for!

    it's all relative man... forums like these have a way to get things twisted... bottom line, you are straight up ballin! nice rig, superstar.

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    looks good!
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    Bumper should be out of paint on Monday...with pics to follow
    2008 Range Rover SC Westminster
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    2001 Range Rover 4.6 HSE
    285/70R16 Nitto Trail Grappler's
    2" OME Lift w/ Fox Reservoir Shocks
    Tom Woods Driveshafts
    Custom Stereo

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    wow its gonna look sick.. are you guys painting the lettering while it's on the car? or removing it, painting it, and putting it back on?

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    Fingers crossed that I will get to pick up my truck tomorrow afternoon
    2008 Range Rover SC Westminster
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    2001 Range Rover 4.6 HSE
    285/70R16 Nitto Trail Grappler's
    2" OME Lift w/ Fox Reservoir Shocks
    Tom Woods Driveshafts
    Custom Stereo

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    GOGOGOGOGOGOGOGOGOGOGOGOGOGGOGO bet you're friggn excited!

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    Got it back today!! Looking sooo sick!! Will take some better pics this weekend!







    Last edited by mcanzio; 05-14-2011 at 03:29 PM.
    2008 Range Rover SC Westminster
    (2010+ MY Conversion)


    2001 Range Rover 4.6 HSE
    285/70R16 Nitto Trail Grappler's
    2" OME Lift w/ Fox Reservoir Shocks
    Tom Woods Driveshafts
    Custom Stereo

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