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Thumbs up Project Snow

White 16 Z71 7,000 miles

All work done by me, it has a 6" RC lift
Custom skid plate
Custom grille
Custom Bushwacker flares
Custom painted Anzo's
Morimoto LED fogs
Custom wiring
RC curved blackout LED bar with custom brackets in bumper
Plasti dipped a lot of things
20x12 -44mm wheels
33x12.5" tires
1.5" adapters
20% tint on sides & back, 35% on the windshield
Debadged
Led's all the way around
RK sport hood

If you guys want anything specific photo wise let me know. Its so hard to get a good picture of the truck because the paint is sooooooo white and bright.

Here she was when I bought it

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Nice truck!


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Here's some other vehicles I've fixed up.

04 GT, was stock when I got it in high school. It had some serious suspension, cams, and Nitrous when I traded it. 440 WHP



Traded it for this and done some work to it. 515 WHP



Sold it for this 2011 1st gen Colorado. Here it was before I sold it, was rock stock when I bought it.





Bought this Kenne Bell Cobra and fixed it up but I missed my 1st Colorado so much I decided to sell it for a new Colorado. 700 WHP

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That is a beautiful truck!
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Sweet lookin truck. Is it 2wd or 4wd?

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Sweet lookin truck. Is it 2wd or 4wd?
4x4
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What Adapter are you using? Any fitment issues or trouble with Lug Nuts coming loose ?

Did the Stock studs have to be trimmed ?

Any Body trimming to run -44 with an 1.5 Adapter ?

Are you happy with the Quality of the 6" RC Kit ?

Nice looking truck BTW

Thanks for the info - enjoy the Badass ride...

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What Adapter are you using? Any fitment issues or trouble with Lug Nuts coming loose ?

Custom Bora, I have another regular set for sale.

Did the Stock studs have to be trimmed ?

About an 1/8th of a inch

Any Body trimming to run -44 with an 1.5 Adapter ?

Yes

Are you happy with the Quality of the 6" RC Kit ?

Yes

Nice looking truck BTW

Thanks for the info - enjoy the Badass ride...
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Thanks Much appreciated - do you happen to have pictures of how much was trimmed ?

Thanks Again for the info
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Would love to see some more pics rear and side views!
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I'll get some more soon. I still have to send the tail lights off for paint and de-badge the tail gate. I would like to put a Mallett blower on it as well

So so far ya'll want pics of the edges of the flares and side shots, i'll probably take some of the headlights to. They turned out super clean.
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I'll get some more soon. I still have to send the tail lights off for paint and de-badge the tail gate. I would like to put a Mallett blower on it as well

So so far ya'll want pics of the edges of the flares and side shots, i'll probably take some of the headlights to. They turned out super clean.
they look nice i actually didnt care for the anzo headlights but they look awesome the way you did them!
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Nice job on the customizations!
Did you have to do any futzing with wiring to keep the Morimoto fogs working correctly?
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Nice job on the customizations!
Did you have to do any futzing with wiring to keep the Morimoto fogs working correctly?
Fogs are on a switched relay from the trucks fuse panel with new wiring. Anytime the truck is on they can be turned on and automatically turn off when the truck is off no matter if I leave the switch on or off.

The led bar is on a relay with the signal wire being the high beam headlight wire. So when I use the factory switch to turn on the high beams it turns the led bar on with the high beams. Sine the fogs are on separate wires all 7 lights are on with the high beams.

My running lights are the led bars in the headlights. Low beams automatically come on when it gets dark enough.
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White 16 Z71 7,000 miles

All work done by me, it has a 6" RC lift
Custom skid plate
Custom grille
Custom Bushwacker flares
Custom painted Anzo's
Morimoto LED fogs
Custom wiring
RC curved blackout LED bar with custom brackets in bumper
Plasti dipped a lot of things
20x12 -44mm wheels
33x12.5" tires
1.5" adapters
20% tint on sides & back, 35% on the windshield
Debadged
Led's all the way around
RK sport hood

If you guys want anything specific photo wise let me know. Its so hard to get a good picture of the truck because the paint is sooooooo white and bright.

Here she was when I bought it

 photo Stock.jpg

And now






Damn dude this shit is hard AF! NICE TRUCK.
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Sick truck dude, curious where you had the 6x120 to 6x5.5 spacers made? Im debating on getting some method NVs, but obviously in 5.5 pattern with a 1.25" spacer. @BaznastyDave
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Sick truck dude, curious where you had the 6x120 to 6x5.5 spacers made? Im debating on getting some method NVs, but obviously in 5.5 pattern with a 1.25" spacer. @BaznastyDave
I have an extra set for sale, check the for sale section. They will allow you to put any silverado, tahoe, aftermarket, or 1st Gen Colorado wheel on your truck.
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How do you like the Anzo headlights? They look killer!

Do you have a pic at night?

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How do you like the Anzo headlights? They look killer!

Do you have a pic at night?
Love em, the LED headlights in them look really nice. Also anyone interested I have a set of Bora 1.5" hub and centric wheel spacers for sale in the for sale section.
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Nice truck. Was there any issues installing the LEDs in your headlights? I just purchased a pair of Anzos and it looks like the bulbs are wired internally and not able to be unplugged and replaced.
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