People need to think really hard before starting any project. I hate to say but not thinking about whats the best way to tackle a project like that, is what you see right there. Do it right the first time or dont do it at all. Really looks like you dont know shit.
Thanks guys, I don't know why I didn't pull them out. I didn't think of it really. It wasn't much of a hassle to just throw a quick strip of tape on them. The paint covered all around them so if they get replaced you won't notice I didn't pull them out.
A lot of people don't really like these wheels or its not their choice of wheel but I really like them. Just the look of them. I don't really see many if any black camaro wheels on an s10 so it'll be different.
Some day he'll peel the paint off his wheels and we'll get to see the nice, clean edge of exposed primer under the black and clear because he didn't remask between the priming and sanding and painting and clearing. Then in a few months the paint will start to flake off where water has wicked under it into the primer.
Hate to say it, but the wheel he posted actually looks pretty good from the pic. He is putting way to much work into them, and kind of made me laugh, the quote Mo posted about not seeing many of them. I did that to my truck back when he was still sperm, and they were out of style back then. :haha:
Haven't done much to the truck itself lately. I gave it the much needed bath yesterday.
Been stabbing at the wheels little by little. I only have one more to fully sand and then just polish. My goal is to get them mounted by May 10th. Can't wait!
Hi. New member. 2000 extended cab. I have a leak somewhere around driver door area. when heavy rain, my shoulder seat belts will be wet. also the back cab corner is rusted out from the inside. This is a Arizona truck with basically no rust. Have looked at seals but see no holes.
I have a 98 s10 2.2 converted to a 4.3. Recently ive been having issues with what i was told was my clutch. When i pull out in first, it takes a second to actually move. To me if feels like im not getting my rpms up fast enough to sync the engine and clutch. In my opinion, it seems like my truck...
I have an 85 s10 blazer 4wd with a gutless 3.1. I want to put a bigger motor in it for minor off-road purposes but also want respectable acceleration. Which don't do 4.3 v6...4.8 or 5.4???? Carb or fuel injection???? I need serious help. Thx everyone
Just looking for an opinion i have an opportunity to purchase an 1987 chevy s10 2.5L singlecab shortbed truck for $500 one problem is that the truck does not idle it is running but does not idle any advice out there on if i should purchase this truck or if im running into a money pit....