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    Style light bar install

    Hello
    This is my first time in the forum. I recently bought an 04 GT convertible, that my wife and I have been loving. I bought a light bar for it, but need to find a installer. Anybody know where I can go?
    Thank you

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    If it's the kind that needs any drilling I would trust Prestige Auto Body

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    Club President Rick has installed a bunch also.
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    I installed my own in just a few hours with no trouble. Came out great, but you do need a friend to help as it's not small and things get awkward quickly without a helping hand. (Thanks, Jay!) As long as you read the list of required items and have them ready when you start, it's no big deal as long as you are a bit mechanically inclined.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToplessPony94 View Post
    I installed my own in just a few hours with no trouble. Came out great, but you do need a friend to help as it's not small and things get awkward quickly without a helping hand. (Thanks, Jay!) As long as you read the list of required items and have them ready when you start, it's no big deal as long as you are a bit mechanically inclined.
    If I'm not mistaken -- there's something trickier about the lightbars in the 99-04s than in previous gens. I remember Rick saying something about it. (or maybe it was just the Cobras?)
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    GT40 Tubular upper and lower intake, GT40 heads, Trickflow Stage One cam,
    BBK 70mm Throttle Body, 24lb Injectors, Silver Fox Transmission AOD SPT-1 Valve Body,
    Headers, O/R H pipe, Flowmasters.
    Dyno July 2016 - 253 RWHP / 293 RWTQ

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    Thank you everyone for the suggestions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToplessPony94 View Post
    I installed my own in just a few hours with no trouble. Came out great, but you do need a friend to help as it's not small and things get awkward quickly without a helping hand. (Thanks, Jay!) As long as you read the list of required items and have them ready when you start, it's no big deal as long as you are a bit mechanically inclined.

    You're welcome ! :-)

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    I tried emailing Rick, but no response. I guess he's not interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightnlar View Post
    I tried emailing Rick, but no response. I guess he's not interested.
    Depending on which e-mail you used, I know he's been having issues with the club phone which has the email set up. Also he's been having some family obligations recently as well. Your best bet is calling not emailing him.
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    Thank you 52. I will try calling the contact number on the website.

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