Lifted 2wd & Bodied 4x4
cool... thanks for the input guys
I was actually debating putting air ride on the rear, although I would use normal stuff and not the factory stuff like your SS had. I can fit a 4 gal pancake air tank INSIDE the 20" SS wheel I have in the spare locationi forget how much it was but i used the collars up front and the air bag mod out back (i dont think ur tb has air bags out back) so u will probly need coils all around my suggestion is coil overs on all 4 cornered it will ride great n be slammed
I've browsed around on there but never joined. I dunno that they'd want an LS I-6 guy posting on their SS forum lol But I am on trailvoy.com and I've found a lot of helpful info there.dunno if ur a member but join tbssowners.com great forum n u can probly buy a complete air ride rear setup from a member who has installed coil overs. just an idea
I paid $200 to have an SS grille shell, door handles and Denali Steering wheel paint matched on my TB a while back..Stopped at a local bodyshop this weekend and got a quote of $400 to smooth and paint the rocker covers, D pillar covers, mirrors, and paint match a set of painted door handles that I source from a junkyard
What do you guys think.... that sound about right?
Wow that sounds like some really good pricing! Do they do a pretty good job too?I paid $200 to have an SS grille shell, door handles and Denali Steering wheel paint matched on my TB a while back..
Got a Newer LT bumper painted and license holes filled for $100 and just dropped off a newer LT rear bumper and step pad to have them painted and the step pad smoothed and painted for another $100
I don't have any flooding issues that I know of, but thanks for your concernI'm kinda Jealous, we haven't had a good rain down here in forever! I kinda love when it floods, I live in a high enough place I don't have to worry about it, but I enjoy playing in it with my truck. I know last Sunday it flooded back in Kokomo, my parents sent some videos and pics of it. And it'd take a lot to flood my house back there as well. Half of Kokomo would be under water before my house goes.
Hopefully you didn't have any flooding issues, but I enjoy it when it's on the streets.