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Old 04-09-2018, 08:43 AM
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Those look a lot like the spacers that I am running

 
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Old 04-09-2018, 07:29 PM
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Sure do, I've checked mine twice and seen no issues. I've never run them before so I wanted to keep checking them just to be safe.

Order got cancelled for my bumper, not in stock I guess. However LMC has them in stock now so I guess I'll try them.
 
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Old 04-10-2018, 09:34 AM
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I have been running them for around 5 years with no issues.
 
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Old 04-21-2018, 05:43 PM
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Bumper has landed, looks good. Not sure what route i'm going for paint, i thinking flat black but I'll think about it for a week. Installed the headlight/turn signal covers as well.
 
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picture with the covers on, i'll probably paint the bowtie black
 
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Originally Posted by ohyeahjay View Post
picture with the covers on, i'll probably paint the bowtie black
I ordered a set of black outs after I purchased my Blazer. I did not like the turning signal covers, as they just double-side taped/velcro'd up.
I used some vinyl tint and a heat gun, then applied over my signal lamps. I have fogs, so I didn't want to cover those up. Has held up nice for almost 4 years.

I did keep the actual head light covers, though they don't attach very well with aftermarket head lamps I have.

Edit: I did my bowtie the same day as my signal lights, but with a gloss black vinyl. Still looks great. On my new grill I just picked up, did the same thing.
 

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Did you buy the pre cut vinyl or did you cut it yourself?
 
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Got the rear side pieces and the bumper off. Going to clean up the area and undercoat it while everything is off. Then I got to get the painting done on the bumper.
 
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Originally Posted by ohyeahjay View Post
Did you buy the pre cut vinyl or did you cut it yourself?
Cut it off a larger piece with an xacto knife. I will post a pic tomorrow morning.
 
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Old 05-03-2018, 05:43 PM
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Here are some pics. It is smoked vinyl, not black. And it's raining like a son of a... here today.



 

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