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    Default Changing my front end to the Denali, should I paint the lower air deflector?

    I'm going to be changing the front end of my truck to the denali (bumper, air deflector, and both grills). I need to have the front bumper and both rear and caps painted body color, so the truck will be in the shop for paint anyway. I was wondering if I should have the 'lower air deflector' painted body color also, or just leave it black.

    Here is a crude outline of the part I might paint, I cant decide if it would be too much white on the front of the truck if this was painted.

    Tom


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    My vote is paint it.
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    x2 on that one paint it and enjoy paint your gmc white also that would look sick
    08 silverado
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    Here is a blurry pic I found on cardomain with the lower part painted. I don't really like the other mods on the truck, but this is the only pic of a denali I can find with the lower painted.


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    Agreed on the other mods--but the lower valance painted white looks sick!!
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    paint it!!

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    i vote paint it

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    After finding some more pics of the front painted I dont think I like the look. Mabe later on I will have it painted, but as of now I'm going to keep it black.

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    paint it. i'm doing the same on my truck.

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    Yeah paint it denali look badass just one color..
    2005 Silverado
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