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  1. FergusonT
    FergusonT
    Yeah I agree about the leading edge of the hood....when I look at pics of my 'burb that is one of the first things I notice...because of the way the leading edge rolls down you notice everything.
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  2. murdog94
    murdog94
    I have low profile bug guards on my Blazer and need to reinstall the one for my 2000 Z-71.. I lknow that lund makes some nice looking bug guards that are low profile..
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  3. FergusonT
    FergusonT
    What about these ones that look like a bra.....any good, I never liked the idea of having a bra on a car...
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  4. murdog94
    murdog94
    nope very bad idea, they rub the paint.
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  5. FergusonT
    FergusonT
    Yeah exactly, and if any kind of sand or dirt gets in there it does a bit of grinding over time
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  6. rip5164
    rip5164
    I'll have to check the Lund out and see what I think. Gotta stick with the low budget mods for right now so i can save up for the big ones.
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  7. murdog94
    murdog94
    Well i was just using Lund as an example there are a ton of companies that have the parts that cost less. Mine just came with them.
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  8. Drake_korthos
    Drake_korthos
    I had a "bug" deflector on my last chevy and it did wonders keeping the road hazards from damaging the hood (as I found out after trips by all the scratches and dings in the deflector). This was one of the first things I bought for my new Sierra. I went with a Trail FX deflector which actually screws into the bottom of the hood in pre-drilled holes. I didn't place the 3M clear bumpers due to concerns about removing them later, but I honestly don't need em (+90mph in 35mph winds, and the deflector never touched the hood!). If ya do a little searchin, you can find em pretty cheap!
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  9. Drake_korthos
    Drake_korthos
    Just out of curiosity, do any of ya'll have a specific cleaning supply brand that you swear by? I personally love using Meguiars stuff to keep Betty Clean! What do ya'll think, is there somethin out there just as good but cheaper or better produced (I.E. Armor All)?
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  10. AMac
    AMac
    @Drake_Korthos

    Did you find your cleaning products yet? I usually use ICE car wash, and the ICE total interior detailer which can be used on a lot of the exterior surfaces such as chrome, glass, moldings, just not the paint. I did just use Turtle Wax Black Car Detailer spray wax. Easy to apply and hides most surface scratches, good for a quick shiner to take it above the notch of just being washed. I also heard some good things about Meguiar's product line, including their spray wax. I also only use micro-fiber towels, and soap and water on the wheels.
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