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Making Progress with my '12 LTZ


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First week:





Second set of temporary wheels (one month old):





Third set of temporary wheels (one month old):





How it sits as of today:













What do you guys think???

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Not much done to it yet, but I'm starting to like it:


5% on every window (day 1)

Recon Ultra Dark LED Tails

WeatherGuard Low-pro tool box

custom "CHASEN" Texas license plates

Black bowties front & rear

2.5" Upper Strut leveling kit

2" Rear block (replaced 1")

20" Helo 835 wheels

295/55 Nitto Trail Grappler tires


Only future plans are BB tuner, AMP Steps, and paint to match rear bumper.

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Looking good man. Out of all the "temp" wheels I liked the third ones the best. The first too you see EVERYWHERE but the last set are not as common in my area. Of course you permanent wheel look real sharp, especially when along side the ATV. Yes, get the rear bumper subdued, that will definitely look bad "booty" when done.


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I did a TON of shopping to find the "perfect" wheel.


I wanted a black/machine wheel with 8 spokes with +18mm offset. It's not too easy to find such a thing with 8 spokes for a 6-lug.

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Still debating on the badges. I'm taking off the door moulding and putting on the moulding like on Texas Editions (with chrome strip), just to tie in the front to the back with the wheels.


The headlights are getting painted internally next weekend, and the fogs are getting smoked. Will also be adding 6000k HID's to lows and fogs.


as for the rear bumper, i had it vinyl wrapped (like my emblems), but it didn't last so now i'm going to try having it painted. We shall see...

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