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Startech Heater rings

I've just fitted a set of the chrome heater rings from Startech. A pretty simple task. What do people think.







I'm still playing with the stereo surround and hence why it's missing on some of the pics as i've just converted from a 1.5din OEM stereo to a 2 din sat nav stereo.
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Looks Great! FYI your steering wheel is on the wrong side, lol.

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Looks Great! FYI your steering wheel is on the wrong side, lol.
Thanks - I wondered what was wrong with my jeep. Ha Ha
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The new Nav looks really cool too. Did you upgrade everything on the Boston Acustic, or just the head unit.

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I've just upgraded the head unit at the moment to a Clarion nav unit. The standard amp and speakers is loud enough for me so far.
Also got 2 rear 9" headrest monitors and a playstation 2 fitted so far for the 2nd row of seats. I have a reversing camera to fit and a 8" roof mount drop down tv for the 3rd row.
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Thats a very nice touch Cav. Just subtle upgrades like that make the difference.

Do ya know if they have any other styles?

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Thats a very nice touch Cav. Just subtle upgrades like that make the difference.

Do ya know if they have any other styles?
As far as i am aware they only do chrome. They were really easy to fit. only took about 15mins. I got them from a company in Germany.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Jeep-Comma...item3f0f507d30
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What did they cost you in U.S. Dollars? When these first came out they wanted over $100 if I remember correctly.





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What did they cost you in U.S. Dollars? When these first came out they wanted over $100 if I remember correctly.
They cost me 16.50 which works out approx $27 dollars delivered.
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They cost me 16.50 which works out approx $27 dollars delivered.
That's a great price.





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