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    Hood props

    So I think I am going to get a few pieces hydro dipped for the engine bay and I want to get a hood prop. Is there any recommendations for a shop to get the prop done. I don't want the prop to be too high so folks don't notice the hood but a nice prop with the mopar symbol or something like that. This is what I am thinking for my engine cover to match the hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homerrca View Post
    So I think I am going to get a few pieces hydro dipped for the engine bay and I want to get a hood prop. Is there any recommendations for a shop to get the prop done. I don't want the prop to be too high so folks don't notice the hood but a nice prop with the mopar symbol or something like that. This is what I am thinking for my engine cover to match the hood.

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    Any Machine Shop with a Waterjet can make one for you. Draw it up and bring it to someone.

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    Thanks everyone

    It must have been a brain fart Monday as I didn't even think about machine shops. Now I just need to come up with a design. While having the mopar M would would be ok, I want something that reflects my car and me.

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    Yeah Honestly, Just sketch something up and approximate dimensions and visit a machine shop. You could get it cut from Aluminum and anodized to match any Billet Tech goodies you may have as well.

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