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nomadicdogg

Has anyone found a graphic to place where the allison logo goes on the gas version?

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Anybody come up with a graphic or decal to put on the hood on the trim piece where the diesels get the allison logo?

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What about using two 6.2L emblems to make one 6.6L emblem.  

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21 hours ago, onetactical said:

Interesting. I was thinking maybe a z71 badge. But I like that too

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13 hours ago, SILVER SLED said:

What about using two 6.2L emblems to make one 6.6L emblem.  

Not a bad idea at all

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I've been wanting to do this too. Hate that blank plastic piece. Do the GMC's have a badge for the gas motor similar to the duramax badge? Wonder if it would work on the Chevy hood. 

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8 hours ago, Rob Eagle said:

I've been wanting to do this too. Hate that blank plastic piece. Do the GMC's have a badge for the gas motor similar to the duramax badge? Wonder if it would work on the Chevy hood. 

I dont think they do, They run similar fender badges I think. I do like the idea of making a 6.6L badge from 2 6.2 badges but the . is attached to the 2 so would be tricky. I know I had some custom badges made for my 2010 camaro by a company, not sure if they are still around but might be an option there

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I tried the Vortec MAX emblems, but the edges kept curling up.........however, they did look good!  

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can just run the GM version

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2019-GMC-Sierra-6-6-Liter-Gas-Metal-Emblem-84337686-OEM-6-6L-Chevy-Silverado-20/372715417401?hash=item56c791ef39:g:hdsAAOSwEMddL2ED

 

on second thought idk if it would fit there, think GM version goes on the door or upper qtr panel

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Not sure how I feel about these yet, but I wanted to try something so I ordered a set of 71-72 C/10 "8 400" badges. I cut the studs off the back, filled with epoxy and used 3M double sided tape to stick onto the molding. Could have just used the studs but didn't want to drill holes in case I end up not liking these. GM Part #3980000-400.

 

https://www.classicindustries.com/product/1972/chevrolet/truck/parts/cm9617.html

 

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That's interesting. I was gonna put one of these under the hood somewhere, to be nostalgic 

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On 11/12/2020 at 4:52 PM, MNDakota said:

Not sure how I feel about these yet, but I wanted to try something so I ordered a set of 71-72 C/10 "8 400" badges. I cut the studs off the back, filled with epoxy and used 3M double sided tape to stick onto the molding. Could have just used the studs but didn't want to drill holes in case I end up not liking these. GM Part #3980000-400.

 

https://www.classicindustries.com/product/1972/chevrolet/truck/parts/cm9617.html

 

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Do you still have those on?

I reckon it stands for 8 cylinders & 400h.p. ?

Looks good too. 

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On 11/12/2020 at 4:52 PM, MNDakota said:

Not sure how I feel about these yet, but I wanted to try something so I ordered a set of 71-72 C/10 "8 400" badges. I cut the studs off the back, filled with epoxy and used 3M double sided tape to stick onto the molding. Could have just used the studs but didn't want to drill holes in case I end up not liking these. GM Part #3980000-400.

 

https://www.classicindustries.com/product/1972/chevrolet/truck/parts/cm9617.html

 

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Those are just really cool imo

I went ahead and ordered a pair. 

I was born in '71 anyways lol...

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