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Yessir! I'm actually looking for someone to do a ceramic coating and matching the tints on mine as well but Monett seems a bit far to use the same detailer haha. Looking forward to the pictures!
I am actually having it done in Springfield which is a little closer 😂😂
 

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I didn’t get a chance to post yesterday but I got my Telly back from ceramic coating, front window tint and tinted brow. Thanks Adam at Modern Motorworks. I love taking pictures at this spot downtown.
 

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Did they do the brow in all one piece?
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I didn’t get a chance to post yesterday but I got my Telly back from ceramic coating, front window tint and tinted brow. Thanks Adam at Modern Motorworks. I love taking pictures at this spot downtown.
Looks amazing!
 

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Yesterday I started the re/de-badging process - my husband is bringing a heat gun home today so we can take off the rear badge and put on a new one from KDM. The front badge looks great already! I went with the big T mostly because I like the way it looks, and also is my last name's initial! Tomorrow I'm getting the front windows tinted. I would like to get the cargo mat from Canada that has been so well reviewed here, but I'm not in a big hurry so I'm hoping we'll get the same option stateside at some point. My husband wants me to put a lift on and more aggressive tires, but I like the smooth, quiet ride and his truck is lifted so thats enough tall vehicles for one family I think!

I do plan on installing the proximity key that has been discussed on this forum, and will follow the awesome step by step instruction of @Lith_SXPN. I just need to order the module!
 
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Yesterday I started the re/de-badging process - my husband is bringing a heat gun home today so we can take off the rear badge and put on a new one from KDM. The front badge looks great already! I went with the big T mostly because I like the way it looks, and also is my last name's initial! Tomorrow I'm getting the front windows tinted. I would like to get the cargo mat from Canada that has been so well reviewed here, but I'm not in a big hurry so I'm hoping we'll get the same option stateside at some point. My husband wants me to put a lift on and more aggressive tires, but I like the smooth, quiet ride and his truck is lifted so thats enough tall vehicles for one family I think!

I do plan on installing the proximity key that has been discussed on this forum, and will follow the awesome step by step instruction of @Lith_SXPN. I just need to order the module!
Do you need a heat gun or will a hair dryer work? I ask because I too will do a debadge and put the Big T. Can you show us a pic of the front with the new T?
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Do you need a heat gun or will a hair dryer work? I ask because I too will do a debadge and put the Big T. Can you show us a pic of the front with the new T?
Honestly I think a hairdryer would be fine but since I have access to a heat gun, and that’s what the guy I watched on YouTube used, that’s what I’m going with. Here are a few pics of the front and steering wheel. Forgive the mess of a carport... my house is an actual antique.
 

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Honestly I think a hairdryer would be fine but since I have access to a heat gun, and that’s what the guy I watched on YouTube used, that’s what I’m going with. Here are a few pics of the front and steering wheel. Forgive the mess of a carport... my house is an actual antique.
Wow. Looks really good!!
 

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Honestly I think a hairdryer would be fine but since I have access to a heat gun, and that’s what the guy I watched on YouTube used, that’s what I’m going with. Here are a few pics of the front and steering wheel. Forgive the mess of a carport... my house is an actual antique.
Looks amazing! Can't wait to do mine too!
 
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