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Justin Nachazel

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Justin Nachazel last won the day on October 18 2016

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    Tungsten 2015 Chevy Silverado LTZ 4x4 with 4.5" Zone Suspension Lift, Amp Research Powersteps, Magnaflow 14", RetraxOne, and window tint

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  1. Toyo Open Country AT2 (3700mi) + Bilstein 5100

    What state?
  2. It’s pretty tough to get them in. That’s the hardest part is getting the dust cap back on
  3. It would definitely be nice to see some more tire lift combos with the 4.5” lift. Can’t decide what i want to do tire wise between a 33”, 35”, or getting a 285/65r20
  4. Oh dang how much was that per piece? That seems expensive
  5. Your color match is actually why I’m doing it!! Did you paint or wrap?
  6. Is it hard to do or expensive? I’m thinking of just buying new rims... not sure yet hah
  7. I wonder if I’m able to do that all wrapping the same color? I don’t want to paint, because I’d like to take it off someday and replace it if it starts looking bad :/
  8. I’m thinking about doing some wheel painting and wrapping. I mocked up a photoshop of it to see, but I don’t know if I like it or not. Opinions? The black is all a glossy black. Thanks everyone
  9. It’s TOUGH not going to lie. I packaged my light, cords, and the tiny block all in there and had one cord hanging out. Start with the pressure on the cord, line it all up perfect before you insert the cap, it takes some time to get it right and a little pressure.
  10. Can you repost the pics I’d love to see it! Here’s my 4.5 zone
  11. Dang I wish you had a diy for that, I’ve never done it so idk how to go about it but that looks awesome
  12. I love that man do you had another pic of it close up?
  13. Hey everyone, Has anyone made their own grill for a Silverado? I’m considering either trying grill inserts or a full grill. It shouldn’t be that hard right? I wish I had a spare Silverado Grill to give it a shot.

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