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Standing_Arnold

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About Standing_Arnold

  • Rank
    SS Member
  • Birthday 04/21/1989

Previous Fields

  • Owns
    VHO
  • Silverado SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Color
    Dark Grey Met
  • SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Year
    2003
  • Drivetrain Config
    2WD
  • Build Date/TPW
    07/2020
  • Delivering Dealership
    Mann’s
  • Delivery Date
    07/2020
  • Modifications
    Lowered, debadged, Murdered.

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  • Name
    Evan
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southeast GA
  • Interests
    Auto, music, guns...

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  1. Did the issue start after you did any modification or just out of no where?
  2. New rims Looks great! Are they 20s? what kind & size rubber you putting on? Pioneer 😁 Very clean interior! Glad you posted up!
  3. Oh yeah, I had the same exact problem! Driving and all of a sudden the cluster goes dark & needles lay down, then they click back on, go all the way to the right & then back Left. After I put a new battery in there, it hasn’t happened again. And food for thought, while you’re in the gauge cluster repairing you might as well go ahead & swap out all the stepper motors so everything is new. You can order the stepper motors & LEDs for like &20-$25 from “GM Gauge Repair” (I believe that’s the name it’s been so long ago.” That’s what I did & I’m very happy with the outcome. Regardless, best of luck with everything.
  4. What kind of repairs are you having to do??
  5. Love those deep lips!
  6. Super clean! Looks great! Any updates??
  7. Truck looks great! Love the hood! I went to Traverse last year. Beautiful place.
  8. I would definitely not go with low profile tires. They ride terrible. As for changing your rims black, there’s a few options: PlastiDip, Vinyl Wrap, & spray paint. PlastiDip is good because you can always remove it later if needed. Wrapping them in vinyl is a super cheap way to go IF you can do it yourself, otherwise some places can charge $100 a wheel! And painting them yourself is a cheap & easy way, but just remember to take your time, prep correctly & do plenty of coats. Let us know what you decide!
  9. Standing_Arnold

    06' SS

    I think those are the Tahoe rims. Not sure about that gauge face but I got my Escalade one & blue/satin needles from eBay & the cluster bezel from American trucks
  10. I used a heat gun & dental floss to remove mine. Then used this eraser wheel to get rid of the glue. It’s a knock off version of 3M’s $60 one. Looks a lot cleaner.
  11. What do the chrome 22”s look like & where are you located?
  12. That’s one sexy ass engine bay!!
  13. Damn! I’m glad you got it figured out though! When I bought mine, first thing I did was take it to have everything gone through & its a great thing I did because there was very little fluid in the transfer case & had yoke knock, but after filling up & greasing it’s all good. You’re truck looks good. I am a couple hours north of you. I go to Jacksonville pretty frequently, maybe we could get up sometime. Shoot me a message if there is ever any shows or anything down there you’re going to & I’ll try to make it!
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