lucky8926 said:Are you trying to say my scoop looks like crap???
TheGearman said:A Stuck On Hood Scoop Looks Like . . . Well A Cheap Stuck On Hood Scoop . . Get The Real Thing . . . . . I Just Installed An SRT-10 Hood $600 from dealer, New Grill Shell $70 ebay, Paint & Install $500 . .
I was only playing. I am lucky that the climate never even reaches freezing down here. I've had a fiberglass hood on my TA for like 8 years with no issue. Still mint. I feel for you, I was born in NH and lived in New England much of my life. You can have the cold, freezing sheets, black ice, shoveling snow, chopping firewood, snow boots, mittens, and can't have a fiberglass hood. Sounds like hell.TheGearman said:BlackWolf,
Would have loved nothing more than to get a fiberglass hood - but every body shop owner I talked to agreed that since my truck is outdoors 24/7 and with our weather extremes that it would not hold up. One shop owner told me a client went into a Jiffy Lube and when they put the hood down it cracked because it was like 20 out side & warmer in the shop of course. If I was in a more stable climate I would have gone that route. Rather be safe than sorry. It's a lot cheaper to buy one hood than two.
AIR_RAM said:Hey Black wolf..... You have two SWEET rides!