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  • Taken with SONY DSC-RX100M2
  • Focal Length 26.3 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/160
  • f Aperture f/4.0
  • ISO Speed 160

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You lucky dog! These pics look great and I recall my 8 Ball reading, you don't need a stinky 240. 

I see you and Jai both use your "loubers". LOL

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That's how we roll in GA Cliff.  As far as a 240, been there, done that, not to say I wouldn't do it again though. ;)

You're getting close to paint on yours, Mark.  The world needs more Green!

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I remember back in high school my louvers rattling like "a trunk full of beer cans" some rap song by Outkast? 4 Pioneer 6907s in a homemade plywood box with a Harmon Kardon 200W amp. Had a Nakamichi Dragon cassette deck. Those were the days! No cell phones just beepers and pay phones, ancient history. That'll be on the History Channel soon, pagers. LOL

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I have a set of louvers that bolt onto the hatch with wood screws.... they will be coming off! I have the mounting hardware for the Interpart louvers that mount to the inside of the trim of the hatch, but no actual louvers to mount them to! ... hard to find....

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Wood screws!? Are you poking Pinocchio? LOL

Lie you sum bitch, lie is what my girlfriend says about that nose sniffing around.

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These Louvers slip under the weatherstrip. No screws.  I had to blow the dust off my rivet gun and rebuild them because they rattled quite a bit, but no more!  Also had to "create" some locking pins.  They were held down with zip ties.

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Apparently the HardWare store solution for the louvers was quite common at the dealers.

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