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I'm guessing it is Dr. Craig M Jones based on the email address. I don't know who that is.
 

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There are so many built X's we do not even know about.

UNYX was at Paragon and ran into a SAS'd 04. He had no idea that there were Xterra clubs out there.

BTW: I think the rhino lined door panel would be rough on the arm.

But the Recaro seats are interesting.
 

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yes i think the doors are a little much.
 

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Rhino lining the front and rear bumper and steps was good, doing the doors and roof was a little much.
been debadged, looks clean
the rest looks like it was very well done.
interesting the vehicle has oregon plates, but he's in colorado?
maybe something, maybe nothing.
 

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I think the doors look like crap!

It looks like the hood has had something applied to it as well.
 

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i dont know but i asked him if he would like parting with the sliders and he seemed kind of looney
 

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FrankB said:
Why would you rhino line the inside of the doors? That can't be comfortable on skin or friendly to fabrics. Maybe I'm missing something.
Moving to China to practice acupuncture? I don't think "comfort" is in his vocabulary.
 

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Who asked about the MT having issues? Not sure how many MT's have had issue's, but I don't think it as many as this guy makes it sound. Hell I have over 21K of city/Highway/OR driving with no complaints.
 

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I agree that the rhino lining on the inside door panel would be uncomfortable but it is a pretty good idea for the inside/outside of the pocket/bottle holder.
Mine gets scuff marks on it all the time from my shoes scraping it when I get out and the various junk I throw in there.
 
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