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  1. Beat me to it. [email protected] had to replace all the stuff you can SEE from the conversion, and he listed the underlying supports he had to replace for the replacement bumper and fenders and all that jazz. That's the stuff that will most likely be tough to find. But if you talk with frankie he can possibly help procure the parts youd need. I dont want to over extend that but hes a great dude I'm sure he'd be willing to help out... Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  2. Christ alive I havent heard of gas prices that high since 07-08 when I was in middle school and the family 99 tahoe got 12 miles to the gallon... Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  3. 2.48$ shell for 85 Oct. In 'Denver' Colorado Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  4. How much and where are you located? Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  5. Looks like you and I are on the same spot for out M.E's...lol Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  6. Of course! I have used cheap vinyl and used 3M and I Hve had zero issues with the 3M. The cheap stuff will probably leave a residue you have to clean off. I'd you dont have plastic pry tools I'd suggest a thin flathead screwdriver and a towel but it might not be forgiving like a plastic pry tool. Also yes a low heat setting on the heat gun will help form it if it's one with a pattern rather than solid color. Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  7. 3m vinyl is easy to apply. You wouldnt have to take your plastic trim out at all if you are clean about your cuts but the finished product would suffer since you cant get the nice tight cuts and the pry tool all the way into the cracks. Having it warm by either sunlight or heat gun JUST A LITTLE can go a long way to applying. Most of the time I dont heat m iij new but occasionally I will as it's always in my non heated garage. Use a non marring tool to remove your trim pieces since it's new and be sure to smooth out the wrap as your applying it to make getting bubbles or imperfections out easier later on. Best case: slightly warm, not enough to melt through vinyl, pry tool and remove trim, felt end on a credit card or stiff object of the like. But you can always get crafty to get it accomplished in the end. Good luck, post pics afterwards for us! Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  8. I've been meaning to ask this. Ironic I have a '16 midnight edition too. Subbed for results. But for the OP [email protected] about his install. Hes is real clean Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  9. Looks awesome. I'll have to put this on the list Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  10. If only I had the money... would look fantastic on my 16'CCSB Midnight Edition Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  11. Awesome thanks! I'll look into a pair of those for sure Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  12. Those are nice pods. Where did you get them from? Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
  13. To quote all of you and add another pro tip either drill a smaller hole for the two wires to go through and feed the wires into the small harness or you'll have to drill a much bigger hole for that 2 pronged plug... ask me how I know.. I wasnt thinking when I pre made the harness and wrapped the bare bowtie wires in Tesa tape. I dont have a picture of how bad my hole looked cause I was ashamed but if yall are really interested I'll see what I can do lol Sent from my SM-N975U1 using Tapatalk
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