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    Sr. Mechanic asstda2b's Avatar
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    Unhappy Fixed up Trailblazer anyone?

    Ok, i was forced into getting my trailblazer, wanted a Tahoe. i have been trying to fix it up as much as i can. i have:
    - tinted windows all the way around
    - air intake
    - 18 Kaotic wheels
    - exhaust
    - DJM lowering kit
    - system with huge sub in a custom box that makes it look really clean

    i am out of things. i like appearance and not preformance. plus, hey i live in LA, and i don't think you can get above 30 mph anyways.

    anyone have any suggestions. i wanted to put on a bolt on lowering kit. but chevy thought of saftey first, so i cant get it that low. i keep calling to make sure no one has come out with a lower lowing kit, but not yet.

    i looked into, drawing a blank, oh.....body kits, and wow are they ugly. at least the one i saw. it makes the front end look scary.

    anything......anything........
    STEPHANIE
    Los Angeles, California
    2004 Trailblazer (DJM drop kit, K&N air intake, 18' Kaotic Wheels, full system with Sirius and also custom
    sub installed for cleaner look, tint all the way around, JBA exhaust...still looking for more to do)

    Had until it was stolen:
    1990 lowered Chevy Silverado
    Also Have:
    2002 Chevy Suburban
    1992 Chevy S-10
    1955 Chevy Bel Air
    sad to say: also a 1991 Ford F-250

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    This is old school; but, have you considered a custom (hand painted, not tape) pin striping job?
    Are we having fun, yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippy View Post
    This is old school; but, have you considered a custom (hand painted, not tape) pin striping job?
    I thought about that. there was a nice TB i saw on a website that was white and they did a nice paint job adding orange. The only reason why i try to stayaway from that is becuase of how much driving i do. I drive a lot and mostly in bumper to bumper traffic, and i have already been rear ended once. I don't want to pay a lot for a paint job and then with my luck get into an accident. there are just too many darn cars in Los Angeles. Heck, i can take the freeway at 2:00 a.m. and be stuck in traffic.

    Thanks for the suggestion though, if i didn't live here, I would consider it a lot more.

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