July 17, 2007I think my hood cost around $300 to paint. There was no fender blending involved though.
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July 18, 2007BigMike, is your hood a keystone goodhood ? how was the fit out of the crate ?
July 18, 2007Thanks, i may still get it. did you have ajustable hood hinges on the Dodge ?
July 19, 2007keystone but I understand the cost issue. The stick on's don't look bad
July 19, 2007thanks, NOW THAT is a nice hood you have there.
July 27, 2007I think your hood looks good either way you go. What I am wondering is-----think you can do some bondo and blend your stick on scoops into your current hood then paint that? Might cost less than half of the new hood? Just a thought.
July 27, 2007Thanks for that idea redrider 02. That would be a lot cheaper. I wish i had placed the scoops a little closer together but that might be fixable. I took another look at the hood at summit racing yesterday and took several pictures of it from different angles and i will upload them later tonite. Right now my scoops look best when viewed fom the side and forward. But the bodoing and blending is a GREAT idea, i will check on an estimate for that tomorrow. Nice truck you have there redrider02
July 27, 2007Ok Here we go. I haven't uploaded the hood pics yet BUT, I did find a picture of a Sierra with the very same hood I am speaking of, and the same color as my truck, so here is a comparison of my Sierra & a Sierra with the exact hood i want and, both trucks are identical in color. Now i can really see what my truck will look like with the new hood. here is a comparison of each.