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Thanks, found something similar on amazon with a user review putting up pictures of his altitude



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I have this same set on mine too. Posted pics in my own thread a few months back.


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Are you planning on putting on HID's?

I've read that you need canbus ballasts for the low beams and for 2014 model fog lights melted
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Re: Joey.Donatelli's JGC Altitude + Build Thread

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I have this same set on mine too. Posted pics in my own thread a few months back.


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Are you planning on putting on HID's?



I've read that you need canbus ballasts for the low beams and for 2014 model fog lights melted

Yea I am going to do the full HID Kit. 6500k. Not sure what I'm going to do about the fogs yet. I definitely don't want to melt my housings.
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Re: Joey.Donatelli's JGC Altitude + Build Thread

Look what just showed up!! Early Christmas gift to myself.

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I'll post some picks once I get them installed. Wish my forearms luck I'm going the "Top Down" method.
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Re: Joey.Donatelli's JGC Altitude + Build Thread

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Are you planning on putting on HID's?

I've read that you need canbus ballasts for the low beams and for 2014 model fog lights melted
Yea you need canbus relays for headlights and fogs, but I'm pretty sure 2014's don't get melted housings for the fogs... You are most lightly talking about pre 2014 wk2's which used a low wattage fog lamp unlike the 2014 plus that uses h11 headlight bulbs and fog light bulbs
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Look what just showed up!! Early Christmas gift to myself.

See above

I'll post some picks once I get them installed. Wish my forearms luck I'm going the "Top Down" method.


Well so much for the top down method. Almost all of my clips are melted. Looks like I'm going to be taking the front off but this is going to have to wait till next week.

Is there anyone in Denver that would be willing to help? I'll make it worth your while with some cold beer and cold hard cash.
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Re: Joey.Donatelli's JGC Altitude + Build Thread

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Well so much for the top down method. Almost all of my clips are melted. Looks like I'm going to be taking the front off but this is going to have to wait till next week.

Is there anyone in Denver that would be willing to help? I'll make it worth your while with some cold beer and cold hard cash.

melted? how?

Dude just punch the grill in from the front of the car til it pops loose.
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Re: Joey.Donatelli's JGC Altitude + Build Thread

looks good too me, u gota match the back windows, if u go darker on front 2 windows it looks ghetto and sloppy, my opinion, i never heard of charging more for darker or lighter tint, usually its just the job in general, doesnt matter on tint percentage u pick
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just go to a shop, i was researching this top down method for awhile and called up a few shops and ended up getting it installed for 40 bucks, well worth the stress and headache and forearm pain as well, def call around before u lose ur mind
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Re: Joey.Donatelli's JGC Altitude + Build Thread

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melted? how?

Dude just punch the grill in from the front of the car til it pops loose.

I tried pushing from the front and It felt like I was going to break something. Is this how you did yours?
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