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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Newbie07, Feb 19, 2006.
These are some pictures of my new truck, this is the day i got it...
Another picture....this is my truck and my dad's 2005 crew cab Z71...
Nice truck! I think that black is a sweet looking color for a truck when clean.
Hey thanks Trinity Lawn Care, I'm working on getting more pics up, you responded really quick. Yeah that truck is my baby. It is a 2002 Regular Cab short bed. The truck has the 5.3 liter Vortec V-8 with true dual exhaust (Flowmaste 40 series) It puts out a tick over 300 horse. About 310 I think. Anyway I LOVE it. Since these pics the grandpa steps are gone and the torsion bar was cranked a little to allow the truck to sit a little more level. The truck is a beast and I love it until I have to fill it up. Tell me what ya think...
Another shot of the truck...
Kinda gives ya an interior shot, oh thats the main driver there too, the dealer threw in some phone books...
nice truck.. i see your doing well. good luck with your business..
gotta luv the chevy's
this is my dad an I...
awesome truck man and your dads truck looks good to now all u need to do is get some equitment and a trailer.
Gotta love Chevy's
The only thing is cranking the torsion bars is a bad idea. They sag back to normal ride hight after a while and ride quality can get really messed up.
I know this from doing it to 3 Chevy's and messing them up.
The right way is with some coil spacers, thats what I used about $70 to do it the right way.
Oh I have some extras that will fit your truck, let me know if you want them.