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    Default Has been bugging me for a while... What can I do?

    So I've noticed this ever since I've had my silverado and I know its pretty common on like every other chevy out there ha. But I have that stupid space inbetween my bumper and headlights (you can kind see it in the picture)... Any have any suggestions on how to close that up a little?

    P.S: Now this is kind nooby but how do I go about posting large pictures within the text instead of these thumbnails?

    You can answer both questions please
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    I can't help you with the space issue but I copied the URL from a picture that I'd clicked on in my album to see it larger and it posted large. When I copied the URL from the upload page I got a thumbnail. Hope this helps; took me a while to figure it out and truly don't know if it was a fluke because I had no clue!

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    Yeah... Idk if I'm not just doing something right or not... But I tried that and I didn't get any of that to work

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    Ok so the space is tied right into the frame.. There really isnt anything you can do unless you make custom brackets and then it might not line up, also the bumper does shake when you hit bumps etc.. So getting it to close might allow it to hit the paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by murdog94 View Post
    Ok so the space is tied right into the frame.. There really isnt anything you can do unless you make custom brackets and then it might not line up, also the bumper does shake when you hit bumps etc.. So getting it to close might allow it to hit the paint.
    Ok, well thank you for the reply. I guess I'll just have to put up with it

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