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So I was pretty stupid yesterday and I just got a this beautiful 2016 1500 30k miles in the crimson red and it came with theses butt ugly pinstripes so of course I did what any one would and went and got a 3M Pinstripe eraser wheel and took it to the pinstripes and my speculation is that I had the drill on too high of a setting possibly on the first section as you can see in the pictures it left like a yellowish streak mark in the paint. Then I turned the drill way done and suprize suprize the rest of the truck looks flawless. So what do you all recommend I do to correct that section? I’m really not even sure what to call the damage. Burnt? Thanks in advance.
Used “like new” condition off my 19’ Custom Trailboss . Truck literally has 8,000 miles on it still so these parts look like the day they did it came off the dealer lot. Asking $450 obo +shipping which I believe is about $65 to most places In the US. I changed my headlights and grille out recently after doing a headlight conversion so I have my grille and headlights that came from the factory for sale now .
Hey All! New to the site and new Chevrolet owner. I have a 17' Silverado in the Scar'e blue (or deep ocean metallic)
Anyway its new to me but only has 30000kms (18700 miles) on it and I seem to notice the paint is weak!
I have a ton of scratches on the rockers where the pervious owner must of dragged his feet to get it and even on my box right after the mud guard where its rocker guarded, i;ve noticed chips.
Now its cold here in northern Ontario, but I bought a paint pen and spring is around the corner
anyways! Do any of you have this issue of weak paint? and if so do any of you know about the strength of the primer (like will it take a while to rust?)
Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum. Just put a deposit on a 2021 Sierra AT4 Carbon Pro w/ 3.0 Diesel. Taking delivery in 3 days. Has anyone found or tried to install LED Light Bars in the front bumper and or behind the grill. I travel a ton to remote locations after daylight hours in northern Alberta, Canada. I need better lights than what comes factory. Those critters are everywhere. Something that looks OEM or similar. Not looking to look like a Desert BAJA truck. Cheers!
Cold weather has made me take out my winter front for my grille for the first time. It has a convenient hole for the camera but looks awful as 4 inches of the grill on either side are still showing. Is everyone else’s like this or did the dealership give me the wrong one?
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