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Old 05-13-2014, 02:57 PM   #31  
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This was mine before the final trim and paint
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Installed....Rubbed the 2.75" exhaust tubing, so I had to message the tubing with a torch and a big hammer.
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I know this is an older pic/thread but what a good idea, simple and effective!
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Something I've been working on..

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That looks awesome!!! Clears up room for the exhaust that's for sure, these fit NNBS? How much shipped to Canada?
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That looks awesome!!! Clears up room for the exhaust that's for sure, these fit NNBS? How much shipped to Canada?
Prolly be over a month before I get everything to start building these.. I sent this one to a guy to be test fitted.. Once he puts it in and it fits I'll get the brackets laser cut. They'll prolly be $150-$160 range. And yes I'll build them for the Nnbs as well.
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Prolly be over a month before I get everything to start building these.. I sent this one to a guy to be test fitted.. Once he puts it in and it fits I'll get the brackets laser cut. They'll prolly be $150-$160 range. And yes I'll build them for the Nnbs as well.
Ok, Please post up somewhere when you're ready, I'll order one.
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Prolly be over a month before I get everything to start building these.. I sent this one to a guy to be test fitted.. Once he puts it in and it fits I'll get the brackets laser cut. They'll prolly be $150-$160 range. And yes I'll build them for the Nnbs as well.
I'm in on this as well.
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Will do guys
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How far back does one need to extend the cross member for a 4WD GMT800? I'm building up my 2002 Yukon getting ready for a 4l80e swap. I thought I read 30mm, but thats only 1 inch and change and seems too short.

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