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EZ down tailgate assist.....

 

best 30 bucks I've ever spent.

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keep them going.

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I was wondering if it was possible to add oem cruise control to a 2007 NNBS ECSB? I've done a lot of searching and can't find any clear answers.

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I was wondering if it was possible to add oem cruise control to a 2007 NNBS ECSB? I've done a lot of searching and can't find any clear answers.

 

I'd ask around (dealerships & shops). I tried to search myself and didn't come up with anything. However, if I do find something I'll get back to you.

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For any of you guys interested in getting an Advent OGM1. Here are the installation videos from Walt at ADC. Great product, great installation video, great service from Walt. There's also a ton of information and more videos on the ADC site but here they are anyway.

 

LT model http://vimeo.com/35509815

 

LTZ model http://vimeo.com/29529451

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For any of you guys interested in getting an Advent OGM1. Here are the installation videos from Walt at ADC. Great product, great installation video, great service from Walt. There's also a ton of information and more videos on the ADC site but here they are anyway.

 

LT model http://vimeo.com/35509815

 

LTZ model http://vimeo.com/29529451

 

 

$1050.00 hmm...

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SILVERADO to SIERRA 20's black wheel swap

 

Not very technical but you can do this for little to no money

 

Used Sierra 20's $500 ( Found on local craigslist, you will need new lugs mine came with )

Powder Coat $300 ( Shop around most places will do all four in the $300 range )

Paint $7 ( You will need to wet paint the caps they are plastic and cannot be powder coated)

 

Total cost $807

 

Chevy wheels ( $800 ) Cleaned them up and sold them on Craigslist for 8 bills!

 

Mod cost $7 :thumbs:

 

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