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Wheeling in WV and suggestions

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Old 07-25-2012, 01:20 PM
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Finally got to test out the 4lo in my 2000 LT for the first time yesterday on a trail by the Shennandoah. Needless to say, I was happier than a pig in s***. If there's anybody in the Harpers Ferry area who likes to get their Blazer, I found a decent spot. Also, if anybody out there has any ideas for off road mods on a very menial budget, I'd love to hear em (my truck is straight stock aside from a Spectre intake).
 
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:47 PM
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I was just in Harpers Ferry on Saturday! Beautiful area.
 
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It is. Hard to beat mountains and rivers. I dig your rig, too. I especially like that front bumber.
 
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Old 07-30-2012, 12:48 PM
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Thanks man its just the stock bumper with the valence removed and then I bedlined it when it did everything else.
 
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Nice. I just found out about taking the valance off from reading other threads. I wanna take mine off, but the clips don't look like they wanna come off without breaking. My 2000 might be a bit different from anything before 99, judging by what I read in the Haynes manual. Might just have to wait till some gnarly trail makes the decision for me. haha.
 
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Its way easier to just pull the whole bumper off take off the valence and then reinstall the bumper!
 
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I kinda figured that would be the case. Thanks, man!
 
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