The real purpose of it is to reduce the glare from roof-rack mounted lights. But it's becoming more of a *bling* item nowhotbigbtymama said:For the technical newbie over here tell me something- what is the appeal to the hood blackout? Is it a glare thing, or a style thing?
Excellent. Let me know. I will be back in the office on Tuesday, July 5th.John C said:Yes I did Chris, haven't had the chance to install them (raining all week). I'll probably give you a call next week, I have a few things I need to order from you.
$59.99 plus $10.50 shipping. I do have the D1 kits in stock. I take paypal and USPS or Western Union money orders.appstatedisco said:serg, those are friggin' sweet. I want one for my 95 disco so bad, how much for the disco I blackout kit + shipping to NC?
Good deal, just let me know. My paypal address is [email protected] and your total will be $70.49 should you decide to.appstatedisco said:rock on. i'll ask my mom if it's cool to throw some cash your way via paypal. i'll let you know later tonight.
isnt the main focus in the blacked out hoods to get rid of glare? in this pic it looks like theres glare! :dunno:Chris Hyde said:Lookin good guys. Keep em rollin. We just got put into Rovers North's catalog and will soon be in Atlantic British's as well some local dealers and 4 wheel performace centers. Our next release is the Discovery Side Trim kit and the "TReK" style side package, like the one attached. Hooray!
So far to date, I have sold 93 kits with a 98% success rate. The other 2% were FedEx handlers crushing our packages, but we immediately replaced those ktis free of charge. Thanks guys for your support. Keep em comin.
Nice Pics! John, I love that D1 :drink1: Didi you get your "4x4AG" decals I sent ya?