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Old 12-19-2006, 03:27 PM   #1
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I need some pics of a custom two tone paint job..my buddy is wantin to paint his truck..its a 2000 chevy extended cab..right now its blue with the bottom portion silver and hes fixin to paint it he wants some ideas...
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Here are a few I had in my "ideas" folder...




My Favorite!

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here are a couple i had archived
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wtf this is ****** sweet, i want one

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beastmode is that a shortened tahoe?

that is bad ill take one in black please
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beastmode is that a shortened tahoe?

that is bad ill take one in black please

nbs 2door
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no rcsb with a topper. That would be a HELL of alot easier then to "shorten" a tahoe.
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no rcsb with a topper. That would be a HELL of alot easier then to "shorten" a tahoe.
I don't know if it would be "a hell of alot easier" to do it. If I remember right, it was in fact a silverado with a tahoe donor rear end

To do it like that using a silverado you aren't just talking about doing some bondo to shave everything smooth. using a nbs bed is almost pointless since you'd have to cut everything out of it anyways. You also couldn't just mold the camper onto it.
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I don't know if it would be "a hell of alot easier" to do it. If I remember right, it was in fact a silverado with a tahoe donor rear end

To do it like that using a silverado you aren't just talking about doing some bondo to shave everything smooth. using a nbs bed is almost pointless since you'd have to cut everything out of it anyways. You also couldn't just mold the camper onto it.


if you molded the bed and cab together you would have to do a lot of bracing, the bodywork would crack because of frame flex.
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