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Old 02-26-2013, 09:15 PM
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Okay here is the deal I have a 2002 s10 blazer 4 door and i want to look more off road (which is where im going to take it) but right now it looks to stock for my liking so what are some easy things I can do to make it look more like an off road truck? thanks for any replys!!
 
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Grab some cold beverages of your choice and some snacks and start reading its all been covered a million times on here!! Check out the builds section for sure there's some nice rigs in there with tons of ideas!
 
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Yep. Surf through the builds section. There's tons of great ideas on what you can do. Rex's build is a great one for lots of ideas to customize your ride.
 
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Well thank you sir as is yours!!
 
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Start with debadging. Its free
 
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Pull the front air dam. Paint the wheels. Remove the badges like newguy mentioned.
 
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plati-dip the rockers, crank the t-bar, spare tire carrier, off road lights,
 
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okay thanks guys! im thinking off debadgeing it because my trim is all worn out/sun faded on the outside so i might try that! also i have two small fog lights i may put on top of it. But for the rims im unsure on how hard it would be because they are alluminum sooo how would i go about doing that?
 
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scuffing them down really well and use plasti-dip and if you dont like the plasti-dip will rub off
 
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No scuffing needed for plastidip! If you dothat and don't like it and pull it off your left with scratched up paint
 

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