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Old Fri, Dec-31-2004, 12:27:59 AM   #11
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I think this is the first educational thread on this whole forum. Thanks man. I saved that picture, if god forbid i need to call my dealer if something happens.
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btw Mr Trevor. It's spelled Panel, not Panal.
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Trev: what's that panel called around my exhaust pipe?
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Doh. Going to have to fix that now.
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Trev: what's that panel called around my exhaust pipe?
Rear diffuser. Attached to the rear bumper cover, which is attached to your rear bumper reenforcement bar (Thats the actual bumper), which is attached to your bumper shocks, which are attached to the rear body panel.
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Whose car is that in the pic btw? It looks pretty fugly
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Rofl... I coulnd't find the damn 'line tool' in photoshop... yeah lame isn't it. I had to result to the 'pencil tool'... hehe.

you can get straight lines in illustator, it's easier than photoshop for callouts like that. oh and the part where c pillar kicks forwards is also called a dog leg. anyways good stuff.
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btw... thanks for creating this thread. i studied transportation design and was required to know all the correct names for parts, it bugs me when folks don't know the correct terminology for things cuz then everyone's confused.

anyways i'd like to add on to trev's post and say that the correct term for the "dash board" is actually "I.P." or instrument panel. thanks trev!
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btw... thanks for creating this thread. i studied transportation design and was required to know all the correct names for parts, it bugs me when folks don't know the correct terminology for things cuz then everyone's confused.

anyways i'd like to add on to trev's post and say that the correct term for the "dash board" is actually "I.P." or instrument panel. thanks trev!

SOmetimes in different languages stuff have different names....
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