Join Date: Nov 2003
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Originally posted by wildpanda86
But when the suspension is fully compressed or articulated, wouldn't it rub BIG time into the fenders? Seems like it would need "inland empire" style fiberglass fenders in the front and back (you know the fenders that you see on ford and chevy trucks that are modified for desert racing or Baja)
I agree with you. If it was my SUV, I would have trimmed the fender openings and added the fiberglass fenders. I guess it depends if the owner would like to add it in, or maybe he will later on.
The owner of that custom Pilot stated that he updated the tires to one size smaller (now 32 inch) since the SEMA show, he was having problems with those large tires you see in the pic. With the smaller tires now, he said that it runs good.
'04 Pilot EX Taffeta White, fog lights, HD towing package with trans and HD PS coolers, backup sensors, rear splash guards, auto dimming/ compass mirror and cargo cover Delivery date: 10/28/03 VIN: 518225 Transmission recall completed 7/5/04
DIY: Cloud-Rider bright mirror finish stainless Spectare TM mesh & large holes grilles, Honda half nose mask, large cargo net, wwong's center console pads set, fog covers, door reflectors, dead pedal cover, Dash-Topper dash cover, Covercraft UVS100 Heat Shield windshield cover, Honda 6 spokes alloy wheels X 5 plus wheel locks with Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo tires X 5 and SmarTire tire pressure/ temperature monitoring system, full size spare, Blitzsafe aux input converter, Alpine IVA-D900 with 7 inch monitor DVD head unit, Alpine NVE-N852A NAV Ver 2.0, Alpine TME-M580 monitor and honda-pilot.org stickers
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