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    I may be interested in the sillplates too.

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    Hey Merlin, I would be interested in getting some of those as well ... if possible

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    whats up Merlin? Sorry for not replying earlier but yes still looking. Can you help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post
    I was told "Mirrors on the back side so the mirror can't be scratched"
    Still...a work in progress...found the face side of the acrylic mirror can and will scratch...
    Trying a test...coating the surface with XPEL ULTIMATE self healing paint protection film.

    To keep it looking good...XPEL ULTIMATE Paint Protection Film Frequently Asked Questions

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    Embarrassed door sill plate 2002 HD

    keep me up to date on those door sill plates. Any other suggestion on what else is available for that area of the sill, let me know.

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    I have spent the last year trying to get someone (anyone) to make illuminated scripted doors sills.

    I was recently looking some more, and I finally decided to try to make some on my own.
    If you are interested please post your name in this thread and I'll keep you informed of my progress.
    I decided to use some new recent technologies. Please post you name below if you're interested.
    How many folks are interested? Let me know if you have an interest. Let's start a fresh list.

    If I'm not mistaken the door sill sizes on the 03 are:
    2" x 29" Front
    2" x 19" Rear

    I'll start making a list.
    Last edited by Merlin; 10-05-2015 at 08:44 AM.

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    I'm definately interested Merlin, keep us posted on the progress.

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    5.4 F150. I'm interested!

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    I too would be interested.

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    Put me in mix too!

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    In for green ....

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    Like to see where you go with this I would. Sorry just got done watching The Empire Strikes Back . Lol . Yoda is a bad mofo.

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    I'm in they look sick

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    Just a few ideas I'm currently toying with...

    Not Lighted - Chrome diamond plate pattern


    Lighted Blue - Carbon Fiber pattern


    Lighted Green - Carbon Fiber pattern


    Lighted Red - Carbon Fiber pattern


    Lighted White - Gloss Black - Front (The brightest)


    The Blue should look something like this...It will be lighter when lit.
    Last edited by Merlin; 09-18-2017 at 02:54 PM.

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    This is what I know so far...

    Many of the technologies I'm wanting to use are very new.
    I'm still getting pieces and parts and evaluating the results.

    I'll keep you posted with my prototype progress...
    I ordered a lot $$ of different products today for evaluation.
    (...some have not even been released on the market yet.)

    My plan is not a standard knock-out with a square LED brick in the center.
    What I'm currently shooting for is a complete one piece custom made door sill.

    I'm working very hard to keep the pricing affordable. So far prices are all over the board.
    One technology I looked at today was $130 for the light alone in each door sill!!!
    That's just for the light! Not to mention the actual door sill, lettering, finishing, fabrication etc.
    Another technology allows illuminated animated graphics in the full 2"x29" front door sill.
    (It was kewl to look at but...it's a bit costly. No, it is not feasible in these prototypes)

    I also ordered (Shhh...) a special secret addition to add that is way too kewl to even discuss.
    ...all this technology has to be tried and tested too see what's going to work in the real world.

    Again I'll let you know more as I have tested and evaluated these new technologies...

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