Thanks, I was most pleased too considering I did it all myself, sometimes I can really screw stuff up The bumper guard is purely cosmetic. It's all plastic and probably weighs like 5 pounds. I still like it though.zero said:Very nice pictures. The finished jobs look very clean and professional.
I really like the metallic dash trim. I'll bet that Honda adds that as standard to the RT-L trim level in the near future ('07 model) It seems to 'belong' in the vehicle.
What is the front bumper guard made of? Is it metal mostly or plastic?
Didn't have to. It stuck on with adhesive over the existing dash. It's very thin so doesn't effect the operation of the buttons & dials. I was worried at first it would be thicker and protrude out a little more but it's really a perfect fit.BamaRidge said:Very nice work. Was removing and replacing the dash very hard.
Hope it will stay on, only time will I guess. Had I a choice I would have still gotten the steel blue but with an Olive interior. The gray is actually two tone also but not by much and I find it a little dark inside. I think the Olive is far better but my dislike for the Amazon Green color out weighed my like for the Olive thus my blue choice.cztomo said:Looks great, that was the color I did want, now I am not so sure maybe the green since has two tone inside. But great pic.and very nice job on all. Do you feel that metal overlay will stay with out dogears? Meening dont pull up in couple months...
Ignorance is bliss . Looks like this weekend is going to be rainy again and most likely my truck will be in the shop again anyway. Lets shoot for weekend after next.bongus said:See what you did...now I have to buy the metal trim sooner than later. Looks great and hopefully we can meet for a photo shoot on Mt Diablo.
Hey CaliforniaRidgeline, interested in meeting other owners for a photo shoot at Mt Diablo on April 2nd?CaliforniaRidgeline said:That looks pretty trick. I like it alot. You shouldn't have to worry about the adhesive. I had a factory woodkit (plastic) installed in my 99 accord...it didn't budge. Now that's an idea... a wood kit for the ridgline hmmm....
let me see...Dear Honda Factory...please make kits in mahagony, birds eye maple and burled wood...oh and while you're at it...carbon fiber....lol...we can dream can't we...congrats on your truck!