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SubjectParts and suggestions '95 Suburban
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Posted byGripacurve
Posted on7/4/06 05:36 AM
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I am looking for a few items and suggestions for my wife's Suburban. We were recently rear ended and we are going to have to replace the rear barn doors and both rear light pockets, hinges, etc. (We were hit high, above the frame.) Anyway, we are taking this opportunity to finish doing some work on it. She has a complete air ride system which was custom built by Rodney over at Air Ride technologies. Anyway, here are some components I am looking for... 1- Front Paintable front Bumper. Smoothie with center billet and 2 round driving lights. (We don't care for the cat-eye cutouts.) 2- Smooth Cowl (The plastic part between the hood and the windshield) 3- Rear tail light filler panels. (We want to lose the original tail lights, using a new set located in her new roll pan.) I believe that we can purchase weld-in panels that fill in the old tail light pockets. Anyone know where to get these? 4- Rear fiberglass roll pan with ZR1 style tail lights ( I want to use fiberglass because I have been told that this will offer a little extra clearance to fab a hidden hitch.) 5) Steel cowl hood. My wife wants it to be totally smooth except for the raised cowl. She doesn't like the ones that have a recessed line on the hood each side of the cowl. I really appreciate everyone's thoughts and feedback on this. I have been told that I need to think about backup lights when we relocate the tail lights to the roll pan. Not sure what we will do there. Oh yeah, we are also looking for someone to do the custom graphics work on it near Tulsa, OK. Thanks again, and happy truckin!

-Gripacurve
-=Have you hugged a curve lately?=-
'95 GMC Suburban, HyperTech Chip and PowerStat, MSD Ignition and Coil, Taylor Wires, Volant Cold-Air Intake,and 70 Series Flowmasters, Air Ride with four wheel independant controls and a parallel 4-link.

-Gripacurve
-=Have you hugged a curve lately?=-
'95 GMC Suburban, HyperTech Chip and PowerStat, MSD Ignition and Coil, Taylor Wires, Volant Cold-Air Intake,and 70 Series Flowmasters, Air Ride with four wheel independant controls and a parallel 4-link.

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.Parts and suggestions '95 Suburban  Gripacurve7/4/06 05:36 AM
.*Re: Parts and suggestions '95 Suburban  wicked7/5/06 3:53 PM
..*Re: Parts and suggestions '95 Suburban  Gripacurve7/5/06 8:26 PM

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