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Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by colbystephens, Apr 12, 2006.
the area circled in red is the place where i'm missing the trim.
I'll look tomorrow and let you know on that piece
Not to intrude, you getting rid of trim stuff?
I'm actually missing the same as Colby, but both sides. Never think about it when I go to wrecking yards, but it's usually all dinged up by the time the trucks make it there anyway.
he's parting out an 83 burb.
Those trim pieces are always dinged up and hard to find. Right now I'm tearing apart an '85 Suburban for parts and it actually has good trip on it... and I have so many bad trim pieces on other trucks, I don't know which one should get priority to get the good trim I now have.
Everytime I go to the local Pull and Save I'm looking for those trim pieces, which are usually gone or bad.
Didn't they change the style too somewhere around '83/'84... from a more raised style of trim to a flatter smoother style?
i don't know, man. alan, i've been wanting to show my wife pics of your field of trucks, but i don't know where to look for that photo(s). can you post some up?
Colby, I grabbed the headlight aimers and the grill blinkers for ya, but there are no trim pieces at all.
how much do you want for those items?
your just gonna bugger them up when you go wheeling . I laugh when people think they won't hurt their rig's when they go wheeling .
Don't mean to hijack the post, but here you go.
is that your back yard?
i may get rid of all my front-end trim... and its in good shape too. I was thinking about narrowing everything and trying to be bling... but the more I think about it, the more a Project Freak / Dan Dibble front with a narrowed stock K5 hood seems easier/better and more durable. If I can raise some coin for steel tube by selling the trim stuff, all the better...
I call it my back yard, but I'm not living there every day year round. But the backyard here in Spokane looks and has looked like a miniature version of that.
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