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Thread: Black vs chrome brush guard?
08-04-2012, 04:26 PM #1
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Black vs chrome brush guard?
Anybody else out there with a tan 92-99 suburban with a brush guard? Which looks better the black or the chrome? I like both but have run into some stereotypes with the chrome.... ThanksMONTANA CADILLAC
Proper noun. Used to describe ones large, lifted, comfortable, gas guzzling SUV that is driven primarily in the backwoods. Synonym for Chevy Suburban/ GMC Yukon XL.
One corporate Suburbanite says to the other, while sipping his overpriced latte, "Check out the hick in that Montana Cadillac!" Both giggle as they wait for AAA to come pull their Audi/ BMW/ Mercedes out of a snow filled ditch
08-18-2012, 06:40 PM #2
I like chrome. But...if yours is the one in your sig line, black would look good. It would tie in with your fender flares better than a chrome one.
When it comes to customization: do what you like and everyone else be danged. It's YOUR truck, make it how you like. Chrome stereotypes? Blah. You like, bolt it on! Then polish the heck outta it so they get blinded in the sun!Rob
1999 Suburban C1500 LS 5.7 K&N filter, VentVisors, debadged aka "LAAT/i...Larty"
1994 C2500 454. Ex-Forest Service beastie. aka "Redneck"
2006 Saturn Ion...the Wife's car.
Empty spot that needs a Jeep...
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