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soldadoblanco

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About soldadoblanco

  • Rank
    Senior SS Member

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  • Owns
    Fan
  • Silverado SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Color
    Summit White
  • SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Year
    2006
  • Drivetrain Config
    2WD

Profile Information

  • Name
    eddie
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    los angeles
  1. I'm in for a set of front and rear brackets
  2. Damn $900 for a rear bumper cover
  3. So how was the meet?? Wish I could of gone but I work till 1:30am
  4. Are you sure it was oem and not another replica?? Haven't seen oem wings since sae sold out
  5. There's a few trucks out here in SoCal fully cladded side step must admit I'm not a fan of side steps but those side step clones are siiiick!! And different
  6. I have one of these wings as well I didn't purchase directly from him so I don't know the guy but I have no complaints about the wing. I had all the same problems you are having since it is fiberglass you need to do some sanding and modification. Unless you got some do it your self skills or body guy this wing is not for you. It took me about an hr or so to get it to fit but I only paid like $110 so you won't hear any complaints. The only way to have it be a direct bolt on is buying an original and we all know the cost and rarity of one of those. But if your not happy with I agree you should have asked for a refund instead of handling it in this manner.
  7. Whats the word on these Danny?? Any news...is this happening and how much??
  8. No worries let me know when you do I might be interested I have 5 inch lowers but wanna raise it an inch or so pm me when you do
  9. How much for lower control arms??
  10. I'm on a 5/7 drop with 275/35/20 up front and 285/35/22 in rear I had to cut out the fender in the front and I still rub every once in a while when I hit a nice size dip and the rear tire was rubbing so bad on the inside fender it made a slash on the side of my tire so I used a mini bat and a rubber mallet to roll the fender kind of ghetto but I had no choice at the time if I wanted to drive my truck I did get lucky and not ruin paint or disfigure the rear fender
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