Member Projects

Member projects submitted by Tom R.. Click on a project name to see images and descriptions of the project.

  

Project Name Project Type Submitted By Date Difficulty
Secondary Fog Switch Lighting Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 4/14/2005
Gas Filler Door Modification Exterior Appearance Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 4/14/2005
Painting the Cladding Exterior Appearance Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 4/13/2004
Removing the Rear Bumper Cover Exterior Appearance Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 4/13/2004
Removing the Side Cladding Exterior Appearance Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 4/13/2004
Kleen Wheels Exterior Appearance Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 10/7/2003
Steel Fog Light Guards Exterior Appearance Tom R.Member Profile6 or more Member Projects 10/7/2003




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