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hello all photoshopers out there, in case you are bored i would like to see how a few things look on my truck. i have some pretty clear pics but not at very good angles.

here are some pics of my truck at different angles. i will post pics of the mods i want in the next post. thanks in advance!
 

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ok first i would like to see the bug deflector on my truck chrome!

next i would like to see these on my truck moto metal 951

also these 2 hoods

make my bumper chrome please

and add clear corners to the front

thanks all the photoshopers out there in advance!!!
 

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I'm new with photoshop but here is a qiuck chop of the wheels..
 

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those are the same rims you have right?? do those goodyear off road tires that you have do they make a lot of road noise?
 

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02Durango! said:
those are the same rims you have right?? do those goodyear off road tires that you have do they make a lot of road noise?

They are getting noisier as they wear. I've got 15k on them. Doesn't bother me though.
 

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Here is the best I can do right now. Hope this gives you an idea.
 

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or could some one please put the moto metal 951 black rims on my truck please they r suppose to be 16x 9s
 

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Hello 4xfreak,

Looks Good, you deffinately have the part-replacement down. :gr_patrio

Here are a few tricks to try:
- Once you have an item "lasso"d, you can edit that piece before you place it.
Ex. Lasso around a headlight and then sharpen it before you place it.
- Same trick works with colors.
Ex. Lasso around a hood-piece and then colorize it before you place it.

This trick works on larger scale replacement parts too - like the whole exterior...


I hope you don't mind if I play with a few.. ;)
 

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ok new idea just black out the rear tails and use the black moto metal 951s and black out the front lights. but then wat should i do with the grill?
 

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i am not sure about the state laws but my dad will not let me get the front lights blacked out, he will let me get the rear tails blacked out with the littl dodge symbol in it thogh. good job on the photoshop. now i no for sure that i am not getting a chrome bumper or clear coners. could u try one more thing for me though i am sure u have seen it before, please paint the rear bumper, fender flares, running boards, and front bumper silver. or any other color that you think would look good with the burgendy color i have now. thanks so much
 

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02durango! over the past week i've been trying to track down the 951's in black for my dakota with no luck in a 16'', we have the same bolt pattern. i was told they only carry our bolt pattern (6-4.5) in a 17''

just curoius if you have a hidden source or ......? if you don't mind me askin.

I'm getting ready to do a body lift on my dakota and run 325/70/16's (34x12.50) and those are the wheels i'm dyin for in black, but i want 16'' not 17'', any help would be awesome. thanks
 

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Just a thought on all your experimentation. i like the grill and bumper inserts you have. personally what i would do to your truck is...

Clear corners, tinted tails

lose the bug shield and roof rack all together

paint factory grill shell (now chrome) to match body color, or find someone to trade. will offset the grill and corners a lot better

good luck, little subtle changes will set you apart from the crowd.

check out member Cbrenn71 for some tinted tails, he's one of our sponsors.
http://www.dodgetalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=98468&highlight=tinted
 

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S. Weigel said:
Hello 4xfreak,

Looks Good, you deffinately have the part-replacement down. :gr_patrio

Here are a few tricks to try:
- Once you have an item "lasso"d, you can edit that piece before you place it.
Ex. Lasso around a headlight and then sharpen it before you place it.
- Same trick works with colors.
Ex. Lasso around a hood-piece and then colorize it before you place it.

This trick works on larger scale replacement parts too - like the whole exterior...


I hope you don't mind if I play with a few.. ;)

Don't mind at all Steve. Thanks for the tips. :tup:
 
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