-THE BELLVIS H3-

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-THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Bellvis » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:46 pm

INTRODUCING.......... THE BELLVIS H3

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Still have a few things on my list, then im done.
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby beavis » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:42 pm

Sweet 8)

Those two lights on da front bumper new?
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby beavis » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:43 pm

IMHO, yours is the best looking H3 build I have ever seen.....
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Seth » Thu Jun 19, 2008 11:15 pm

Looks good. I knew you were going full rack.

What made you go with the full vs. the stealth?
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Bellvis » Fri Jun 20, 2008 2:22 am

beavis wrote:Those two lights on da front bumper new?


Yah I just bolted them on through the license plate holes. They work great for lighting up the road directly in front of me.

beavis wrote:IMHO, yours is the best looking H3 build I have ever seen.....


Thank you sir, I hope to finish everything by the 28th. Just wait! :D

Seth wrote:Looks good. I knew you were going full rack.

What made you go with the full vs. the stealth?


Go BIG or go home. :lol: ;)
I like the way this one looks more then the stealth and you can hold bigger stuff with this one cause of the side rails. I also like the ability to run the larger lights. I first had the PROCOMP 7 inch lights but those would not fit so I went with the PIAA's.

I hope to get a lot more done this weekend.
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Hunner » Fri Jun 20, 2008 10:29 am

Is it hard to keep the back of the black mirrors clean. Like do buggs stick worse than chrome? Are the door handles powder coated? Are they wearing well? I may just paint the mirrors and go with shiny hiny handles. :lol: Trying to keep up with the Bellvis'is :lol:
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby H3slate » Fri Jun 20, 2008 10:32 am

Nice Truck!! I agree about the gobi, it definitely looks better than the other racks I have seen. This includes my yakima gear basket. :wall:
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby PhilD » Fri Jun 20, 2008 10:51 am

Looks real good 8)

I like the two lights together at the front. The whole image is no nonsense and practical 8)
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Alec W » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:03 am

PhilD wrote:The whole image is no nonsense and practical 8)


I was trying to come up with my thoughts and that sums it up.


Nice job Bellvis 8)
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Bellvis » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:29 am

Hunner wrote:Is it hard to keep the back of the black mirrors clean. Like do buggs stick worse than chrome? Are the door handles powder coated? Are they wearing well? I may just paint the mirrors and go with shiny hiny handles. :lol: Trying to keep up with the Bellvis'is :lol:


The black mirrors just have some scratches on them from the brush, no bug goo. I was very lucky and all my door handles and mirrors came black. They are holding up great.

PhilD wrote:I like the two lights together at the front. The whole image is no nonsense and practical.


I think in a few months I will replace those with the 7 inch Procomps. :lol: D'oh! :lol:

Alec W wrote:Nice job Bellvis


Thank you!

This weekend I am doing something that I have only seen on one other H3, stay tuned! :D
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby PhilD » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:30 am

Bellvis wrote:This weekend I am doing something that I have only seen on one other H3, stay tuned! :D
A rainbow paint job? ;) :lol:
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Bellvis » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:33 am

PhilD wrote:
Bellvis wrote:This weekend I am doing something that I have only seen on one other H3, stay tuned! :D
A rainbow paint job? ;) :lol:


Nah, to many people have that already. :lol:
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Alec W » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:52 am

Bellvis wrote:This weekend I am doing something that I have only seen on one other H3, stay tuned! :D

Drive it without braking a diff? :lol: :lol: :lol: :P :P :P
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby Mark » Fri Jun 20, 2008 12:02 pm

Looks great 8)

Bellvis wrote:
PhilD wrote:
Bellvis wrote:This weekend I am doing something that I have only seen on one other H3, stay tuned! :D
A rainbow paint job? ;) :lol:


Nah, to many Jeeps have that already. :lol:

Fixed :where: :lol:
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Re: -THE BELLVIS H3-

Postby PhilD » Fri Jun 20, 2008 12:45 pm

Mark wrote:Fixed :where: :lol:
Did you wear a red shirt this year at Disney? ;)
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