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1 piece GT taillight panel by JPH87
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Originally posted by fierofinder:

interested in one of these. Was wondering what the method is for attaching this piece to the backs of the stock lights. I'm assuming it is bolted together so that it can be easily seperated for any maintenance.


There is just screws that are counter sunk around the edge of the fiberglass that go into the thick plastic of the stock rear I will take better detailed pics in the next couple of days but you can see it on page 2 thanks Justin

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I am interested in one can you PM me with price and shipping though USPS to 85392 area code.


These are $185 shipped to the lower 48

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Not to sound cheap, but can I get a shipping discount if I order two of these panels from you at the same time? How much would the total be?

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Not to sound cheap, but can I get a shipping discount if I order two of these panels from you at the same time? How much would the total be?


I could do that for $335

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PM sent.

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PM sent, Justin.

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pm replied your panel was shipped today thanks

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JPH87 -- ok I installed the tail light rear guts and the 6 screws ... I inserted the panel... looks just fine fits great .... my question is how do I attach the panel to the guts so they are correctly aligned for permanant installation .... I cant reach inside to put a temporary screw ...
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If Justin did not reply just yet, PM me, and I will call him for you. I cannot wait to see what you did?

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Danyel if you have questions beyond this call me at 509 370 0509 and I will talk you thru it. I Talk alot better than I type.The panel is made to fit with your factory tails back half you have to cut some clips off the plastic back the screw them together. After taking you factory covers apart bolt the backs back on the car and bond them together in the center with 2 part epoxy this is just to set there distance apart and make sure your bolts will line up. then take it out and place it in this cover which is trimed to line up with the back. counter sink some screws around the edge and its done you will then be able to take it on and of like factory. I will also post some better pics tonight or tomorrow that should help.

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I need one of these, PM sent

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Hey if anyone is good at photoshop, would you be able to through in some C6 tails, so I can see what my vision will look like? Would really appreciate it.

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AAHHHHHHH **slaps forehead*** I was trying to screw the panel on with everything in place !!! DUH !!! oki I'm not going to post pics yet ... gotta keep ya on your toes

Thanks JPH87

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Ok here is some pics with some direction on how to mount this cover to your factory backs
After you have your tails stripped down remount the backs and glue them together in the middle with some 2 part epoxy.

There are some tabs on the bottom that need taking off.

Then counter sink some holes around the edge of the panel

Then place the backs into the panel this is a tight fit put one end in first then work it in with a screw driver if needed then line up the back edge of the tail back with the edge of the cover. Then screw together. The plastic around the edge is thick and holds a screw well 4-5 on top and bottom and one on each corner should be plenty

There are some tabs on the car near the lock and 1 out towards the edge you can either grind them off the car or cut out the panel shown here


Now youcan bolt the assembly to the car just like the originals and the fit should be right on


Now depending on the lights you use you may have to trim some plastic out of the factory backs


Hope this helps I hope those that have bought them are happy looking forward to seeing these on some cars I think I have shipped out about 7 or 8 positive feed back so far but don't hesitate to ask if you have ?? Thanks Justin

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Hi panel looks great I'm interested in buying one how much to 65610 thanks David

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to the lower 48 they are 185 shipped

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I'm hoping to see a Notchback version of these. Any chance of that happening?

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I'm thrilled with the way it came out Not bad for an amatuer. I'm going to wait till next spring to attach it with winter right around the corner. I also test fit the panel and it's perfect. I'll take some more pics next spring when it's on.



[This message has been edited by Gokart (edited 09-24-2011).]

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That looks very well done, good job! I like how this looks like a stock assembly in appearance, at least to me.

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That looks very well done, good job! I like how this looks like a stock assembly in appearance, at least to me.


TKS! I like emblems versus a decals. They look more stock. These are stainless steel too.

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Nice work that looks really good. That was my idea to give you a blank canvus and see what happens very nice thanks for posting

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I'm hoping to see a Notchback version of these. Any chance of that happening?



Only if I end up building a notchy some day just don't sell enough of these kind of things to build a mold just to sale parts but if I do one for myself I will definately sell a few

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JPH87,
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I've been so damn busy.... mine is still sitting on my workbench grrrr !!! Gonna have to wait a little more ... the previous post pics looks fantastic !!!
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JPH87,
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I'm not in the habit of bumping but just wanted to make you all aware that might be interested in one of these I will make them until spring by then all the glass work I'm doing to my car will be done. Shortly after that I'm going to tare my exsisting shop down to build a new one so I will not be able to make these for a year or better just an FYI thanks Justin

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Can you PM Me some information about options an pricing to 78701 please? Thank you, Ben

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Any possibility of a recessed license plate spot in the middle? Fieroseverywhere and I were talking about different rear bumper covers and valances and the license plate location on the rear gets in the way. I know Amida was also struggling with this for his new rear diffuser...

Just a thought that I would be very interested in...

Thanks!!!

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Report this Post01-31-2012 10:17 AM Click Here to See the Profile for possumlipsSend a Private Message to possumlipsEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

I have 3 gt's that need tail light covers. I'm having a hard time finding new or used ones that look good.I may have to go this route instead.GoKarts look great.

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Any possibility of a recessed license plate spot in the middle? Fieroseverywhere and I were talking about different rear bumper covers and valances and the license plate location on the rear gets in the way. I know Amida was also struggling with this for his new rear diffuser...

Just a thought that I would be very interested in...

Thanks!!!

Josh

I will take some measurements I have an idea on how to do this with my existing mold

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Awesome! Looking forward to what you can come up with!!!

Thanks!!!

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Bump to keep this alive.

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love this thread. but how do you install lights after you cut the holes..

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Originally posted by Gokart:

I'm thrilled with the way it came out Not bad for an amatuer. I'm going to wait till next spring to attach it with winter right around the corner. I also test fit the panel and it's perfect. I'll take some more pics next spring when it's on.







All I can say is "Wow" and it's spring...

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I made some changes to mine http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...088932.html#lastpost
Look forward to seeing what others have done with theirs!

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Are these still being produced?

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If he doesn't reply by Friday, bump the thread, and I will ask him.

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There still being made just on a per order basis

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I would like to order a talilight panel. PM sent.

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