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Updated on May 06, 2012
bigblazerboy's 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
my first truck was my dads but mine now. all stock for now but pretty soon wont be so low anymore
1995 chevy tahoe ls 4x4
-stock 350 5.7 155k miles auto tranny
-grey cloth interior
-crappy stock stereo
-broken cup holder
-dented passenger door and front and rear bumpers
-cherry bomb extreme mufflers and lt headers
-full system with 2 12's and all new speakers
-install overhead console
-tow mirrors and grill to match body silver bumpers
-6inch rcx lift
-tint front windows
-nbs chevy center caps for wagon wheels
- swap to 3 inch block and get keys to raise front to 2inch lift
things done so far
- removed old stickers and put va4x4.com, drive a hybrid..
-installed clear corners
-painted wiper arms
-painted suburban roof rails
-fixed interior lights
-new marker lights
-cobra 19 cb radio
-summit racing 3inch body lift
-102" ss whip
-2inch rough country block and crank
-4500k ddm tuning hids
-diesel bumper with lights in it
-raised the rear bumper
-aux reverse lights and bumper lights
-tinted tail lights
pics of the interior. nice grey cloth seats soon to have a overhead console in there too.
my 6" 55w offroad lights got em for free, just need to get a wiring kit for em now. were all rusty but cleaned em up better pics of painting on page 4
threw the lights on roof to get an idea of look. thinking of putting a sub rail so i can mount lights closer to front of roof. not a fan of the light bars.
wish the door still looked like this but its got a nice dent in it thanks to some old lady...
dent in the door :( but lady is paying and im going to use the money for the tahoe
pic of the front with the dented bumper. check page 4 for pics of the new bumpers
clears in go to page 4 for more pics of the install
this is what id like it to look like with time. 3inch body lift with a 2" block and small crank. 16"x8" cragar d window wheels with 33" tires. also you can see the longer roof rails im going to put on from a suburban, still need to add some lights up front and rear reverse lights along with a brush guard and antenna
or with a rack and cb antenna ( firestik mostlikely) on rear bumper also my light on roof infront of the basket
or im diggin this look with the big tires on stock wheels and id save me some money on wheels
another that style but without rack and just with lights and removed the running boards and bumper valance added a black cb antenna and just the light on roof i would also have ones on the back for reverse lights. also have the silver flares which i plan to do also
page 1- intro(here)
page 2- bike
page 3- idea page
page 4- mod page
page 5- offroad fun
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seen you on tyf man keep up the good work
tahoe's are fun projects, but take my advice! Wheel them gently as i don't and i have spent $15,000.00 in repairs/upgrades. not including lift/stereo/tires/rims, just in fixin man. So instead of a small bolt on lift (like mine) :( Do yourself a favor and go to a dedicated 4x4 shop who can custom fabricate you a long arm 4x4 suspension lift. it will cost way more to start with but you will never have to fix it!!! and you will dominate. also you should consider at least 35" tires but that is just my advice. check out my rig for ideas for yours.
amen to wheeling gently, it can look like the nastiest beast in the world but at the end of the day its still a 12-16 year old truck and unfortunately parts wear out, id rather not go down the list of repairs on mine, 230,000 miles haha
flowtech shorty headers i got them from summit racing they are holding up pretty good so far, good looking tahoe man keep up the good work.
starting to look really good. keep us posted on how its coming along.
thanks man jsut updated it a lil bit. got more pics to put up. all mine are pretty old
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