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Thread: Signal Mirrors

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    Sr. Mechanic asstda2b's Avatar
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    Default Signal Mirrors

    I own a 2004 LS TB, I am trying to fix it up, and I want to get signal mirros the same color as my car. Does anyone know where I can find that. I have looked all over the net and can't find a company that makes them for a TB. Someone help me!!!!!
    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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    OK, I have an 02 LT that didnt come with the mirrow turn signals, so I found a forum with a tutorial. GM only has the amber (orange) color in now, but for 06, the LT pkg for the TB and the SLT and Denali for the Envoy get clear pieces with an amber bulb. So the short answer is no, no one makes a body color signal mirror part, unless you buy the clear mirrow assembly (which you cant buy seperately as of now from the entire mirror for $315 each) and then get different colored bulbs to match your body color. Too much work for me, but my TB is white, so I dont know how it would look.

    Sorry if it is confusing
    Erik


    P.S. The forum with the tutorial is www.EnvoyStuff.com. Great site, and I have also done the running light mirror mod as well. The directions are perfect, so you dont need to worry about something going wring. :D

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    Thanks for the help, that was what I was afraid of. My TB is also white. I am thinking to just get the lense for the signal mirror and just put that on. I wanted to make my mirrors and door handles white as well but it isn't looking like that is going to be an option.

    I am really starting to dislike my TB. ANYONE WANT A LOWERED TB. hahahah just kidding.
    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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    What's there not to like?

    Of course, the other answer is that if you have enough $$ you can always get the mods done for you.

    Steve
    10 Chevy Traverse LT AWD
    02 Chevy Trailblazer LS (110K+ miles - loaded except for 4WD - WRECKED!)
    99 Chevy Cavalier LS (105K+ miles - commuter car)
    78 Chevy Suburban Silverado (454, 3/4 ton)
    62 GMC 3/4 ton Pickup (350 police interceptor)

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    What not to like........easy answer. Maybe you have better luck in Texas, here is LA, no one makes anything for a TB. I wanted to "slam" it to the ground and can't. ok, well that is my biggest upset. Plus I went from a V8 Silverado to a straight 6 TB. It is a cute vehicle, but everyone out here calls it a "chick car"

    Alright, alright, I LOVE MY TB, AND I AM SO HAPPY TO OWN IT. (better?) hahahaha
    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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    Default Junk yards

    A friend of mine does a serch some how of junk yards nation wide and finds all sorts of goodies at far less the cost of new or after market. Has replaced alot of the stock with oem upgrades, looks nice and does not hit the $ so hard!

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