2006 Silverado

Zembonez

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Nice work as always!
 

Dartboy

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Nice. Looks so much better without the rub-strips, those things turn to crap in no time. Still think that generation is a good looking truck, hope yours treats you better than mine did :D
 

Alljackedup408

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Thanks!

Yesterday I flushed the steering reservoir with some new fluid... and got the steps off. Im digging the look!





 

Dartboy

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Mine was an '05, HVAC resistor burned out twice, $100 part each time. Both front hubs replaced. Evap canister wiring broke. Steering shaft clunk. Probably a few other issues as well that are escaping me at the moment. All that with only about 50K miles. Always felt like I was just waiting for the next problem. Finally got sick of it all and traded for my Dodge.

I do miss the locking rear diff and the couple extra mpg on regular gas :D
 

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Nice truck! 06-07 Classic were my favorite years by far!!! They're getting hard to come by, especially that clean! It looks really good Brian. :thumbs:
 

OldCracker29

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Sweet! It does look better without the step. :thumbs:
 

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