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Old 01-06-2011, 11:52 PM
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Arrow Brandon's lifted Trailblazer Picture thread

Alright, seeing how I have not been on Trailvoy in some time I feel that you all have missed out on some of my mods. Enjoy the pictures!







Reflective 3M tape for added visibility


Here come some of the new ones you have not seen before
























Let me know what you think of it. I still need to get some more pics of the interior.
This will be continued to show more updates and plenty more pics!
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Old 01-09-2011, 05:55 PM
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Looking good.
It rides nicer lifted doesn't it? I didn't like the cushy mushy factoty ride.

What brand push bar?
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Old 01-09-2011, 10:21 PM
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Looks Goodd
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Old 01-09-2011, 11:36 PM
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I love the look with that bush bar WITHOUT the light covers...
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Old 01-12-2011, 01:23 PM
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Why have 6 extra lights and then leave your stock fog light areas open?
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Old 01-12-2011, 02:30 PM
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Looks good brotha, Welcome back Oh btw what kind of bars do you have?
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You need to re-align the grille guard....
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Can you show how you mounted the lights in your bumper? That's looks pretty good
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:21 AM
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You need to re-align the grille guard....
Yeah, the mounting location was bent while offroading long ago. I've bent them back, luckily it is really only noticeable from this angle and if you're really looking at it good.

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Can you show how you mounted the lights in your bumper? That's looks pretty good
Indeed I will, Give me a few days and I'll have the pics up, if not just message me and I'll get onto it.

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Why have 6 extra lights and then leave your stock fog light areas open?
Was going to put the stock fog lights in, then decided against it after I had removed the plastic molding where the fog lights would be.

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Looking good.
It rides nicer lifted doesn't it? I didn't like the cushy mushy factoty ride.

What brand push bar?
Oh yeah, I love the way it rides now, I've got a rear control arm that needs to be replaced, and my passenger side front hub bearing plus the left rear shock likes to make some noise but that has only driven me a little bit crazy Then again I just turn the radio up a bit and I cant even hear it.

I appreciate everyone's kind words. I am really liking the look of the TB as it is now. Just washed and waxed it, and replaced the bug deflector with a new one as the old one had developed a crack in it. The new one is darker and in my opinion looks even better.

I will get some pics of how I mounted the fog lights along with some of how the LEDs were installed.

Also here are a few videos of the LEDs in action

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRLqEUwB5C8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf_Zm0S5LCQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4icQsPbt0c
The last video is before I added the push bar and the 2nd set of leds in the front. So it is just two LEDs in that video. My next goal is to figure out some type of exterior warning light set up in the rear of the vehicle. I already have two LED light heads mounted down from the headliner, however they are behind 15% tint.. which although doesnt exactly do that much to the light output I would like to have some other lights in the rear for added warning for people coming up behind me. I now carry a class II "bomber jacket" with 3M reflective material on it. Can the stock tint be removed? when I say that I mean for only a certain amount of area, such as for the lightheads. I stopped behind a honda the other night that apeared to be unoccupied with its hazards on. I approached the vehicle.. left my fingerprint on the tail light housing as we were taught to do in the academy and turned on my Streamlight, front seats clear.. then out of nearly no where some guy in the back seat sits up I have him exit the car.. wondering what he was hiding from, at this point I've got my right hand just above my waist line where I carry my glock 23. the guy got out and started talking and said aaa was on their way.. needless to say that at 2 am, even though I was tired and heading home I was on full alert. As I was returning to my vehicle I kept an eye on him the entire time until I drove off. Don't just assume that because you stop to help someone or make sure they are alright that they won't do something stupid. STAY PREPARED for the worse, Pray for the best!
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