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Old 04-02-2006, 08:00 PM
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Need some help...who makes this????

I think I found the color for my truck. What I need to know is if anyone knows who makes this cowl induction scoop. From what I can tell it is a bolt on. I can't remember where I got the picture from. By that I mean I don't know if it was just a general site with different pics or if it was an individuals truck that I saved the pic for an idea. I know that when I saved this pic I had about 4 others with it. Anyways, I like the looks of the scoop and if it is a bolt on I think it looks pretty good. I like the way it wraps down the front of the hood more so than a standard cowl induction hood. So if anyone has an idea where it may have come from, let me know. Thanks.





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Old 04-02-2006, 10:22 PM
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Kevin,, I know Harwood and Goodmark make cowl induction scoops, but I don't think I have ever seen one that wraps all the way down to the front lip of the hood like that, good looking scoop
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Old 04-03-2006, 06:11 AM
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I don't think you would like that after you put it on YOUR vehicle. Notice how the leading edge doesn't align with the bottom of the hood? I think you'd drive yourself nuts with it.
It will always look like a stick on or a bolt on. I have to believe its a Lund "stick on" deal like those louvers they sell.

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I have seen that scoop in an ad not long ago, tried Fairlane maybe. later Don
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Old 04-04-2006, 07:38 PM
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It tool some investigating but I found what I needed to know. I did a search using the pic name thru ASK.com and found a site that led to Truckinweb The truck was a feature truck and the scoop is called a cowl hood clip. The article stated that is came from East Coast Customs so the mystery has come to an end. I would rather have the cowl hood but I am a little further into the truck than I first anticipated, so the money is going to go into paint. For a little fender bender, the project is snowballing. I just ordered new carpet, hood liner, new hinge pin kit, and other misc. items. Hopefully by the weekend I can have it in primer. And the bed should be done tomorrow. I took it out of town the other day and am having the inside of the bed and the complete underneath shot with spray in bedliner. For a front fender replacement, it turned into a color change, and now has turned into this. Notice in the last pic where the heat shield has been missing above the catalytic converter. Looks like it was a little warm Anyways....hopefully by the weekend, or at the end of the weekend, I can have something looking a little more positive. But then again...just a few more bolts I can have the radiator support off, the engine and tranny out. Hmmmm!!!!!! How many others have started a simple job of replacing a few parts only to keep going on and on and on and on?







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Old 04-05-2006, 06:21 AM
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errrr, ummmmm, I just started by fixing a rock chip....

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If that's your small project Kev, I'd hate to be around to help you with a big one.


Beenway, that's the most cancerous looking rock chip I've ever saw.
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What's going on 38? Long time, no hear. Yes, that is my small project. I think at times I get a little to anal about things and that is why they snowball into an avalanche. Hopefully I can have it back together in a month. I'm only getting to work on it on the weekends with the way the work is going at the shop. By the time I go in at 4:30 in the morning and get off at 3:30 at night, I start running out of gas. Then it seems like the arm and the arthritis is getting worse. The meds have been changes but not helping much. Plans are to get everything primed this weekend. I have to get it together pretty quick because with the weather starting to warm I already need to get the yard mowed and finish rolling it. So there goes a half a day for that. Then the wife is going to start in on me to get started on her addition to MY garage for her greenhouse. It's just one viscious circle it seems. Things are slowly coming together on the truck though. The bed should be done tomorrow ( spray in liner in bed an underneath) so I can pick it up, give it the once over again as far as sanding and get it in primer. That should only take a couple of hours. The doors are completely stripped of the guts and glass, so all I have to do is hang them and get them in primer, then all I have to do is tape the dash and glass and get the cab primed. Once that is done then it is just a matter of getting th epaint situation figured out. I still haven't decided whether I am going to attempt to shoot it myself here, or talk to a buddy and see about him letting me shoot it at his place, or just have someone spray it for me. If I shoot it here at my garage, I will have some serious cleaning to do in th egarage before I attempt to spray in there. Oh well, just something else to add to the high stress of daily life. BTW...how is your project coming? Any major headway this winter or have you been like me and time flew by before you realize it?

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