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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    I think the front is sufficiently different for the current Raptor kit to not fit!

    but hey... the Raptor kit is not at all bad looking !

    doesn't improve the offroad ability, but it certainly striking and something different.
    not bad at all!
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    julle ouens het darem maar baie om te se en is baie slim oor arches en rims met bf's op!!

    dink nie dit lyk te bad nie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois0111 View Post
    julle ouens het darem maar baie om te se en is baie slim oor arches en rims met bf's op!!

    dink nie dit lyk te bad nie...
    You ain't seen nuffin' yet !!
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    Is it the perspective of the pics, or does that back have smaller wheels than the front??
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    Considering a quite possible visit with Bubba if I say anything more, I am only going to say this...

    I rest my case!!
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    This modification is done to improve your charisma.

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    Damn, I might just be a bit 'tappit'...

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    Luckily I know I am tappit.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by JP View Post
    You ain't seen nuffin' yet !!
    JP, ford has missed a huge opportunity the last few years!

    You realise how much money you would've made if you had this on the optional list?
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    The fitment centre's yard is seriously uneven.
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    I think the Everest would look better if those arches were colour coded to the car and definitely a different set of rims

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    With the flares colour coded I think it will look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeynelster View Post
    Ek ry Ford.........Ek verstaan dit ook nie
    Dit maak 3 van ons,
    Kyk ek verstaan die arches en die Grill dalks, maar daai stuk plastic op die neus gladnie!!

    maar die everest so lyk nice, ek sal nie mind nie. maar enige iets anders as die is n waste of money en Overkill en n groot F.op.
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    Interesting - !!!

    An Everest may well be on my shopping list when my D2 gets tired.

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    Really low class.
    Such a nice car totally stuffed...

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    die wiele lyk nice, maar ek weet nie so mooi van die wheel arches nie..miskien as dit colour coded was ja.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceHun View Post
    Not much different to an FJ Cruiser

    Those very rims on the Everest seem to be the liking of FJ owners. I know of three FJ kitted with them.


    Very few people can perfectly match rims with a vehicle.
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    Ek wonder of dit nie hy was wat gisteraand in Brakpan gesien is nie.
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