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Old 01-17-2008, 11:06 PM
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i rarely see modded envoys around my town, thats why i like my truck


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very true, the most I've seen only have rim's, which why I get so many stare's. just about everywhere I go and if I get out, someone will ask me "what kind of truck is that"...
i dont see anyone around me with trailvoys modded either theres a white ss floating around but dont have any idea who it is, most of the people who own tbs are older people and the only advice i can give to who ever started this thread is to look around the galleries for ideas n pm others about what they have
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Old 10-24-2009, 08:10 AM
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Removing moldings

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Interior wise you can change the guages out, put overlays on the dash (or Paint it as I did), different shifter handle, Tint

Exterior wise the choice is pretty much limitless..
Hood, bumper cover, fogs, taillights, headlights (taking them apart and clearing them and painting them), rims, drop it, take off roof rack, remove badging, remove side door moldings, remove name plates, or paint mirror backs.

Gas door, shave 3rd brakelight, vanity plates, ventguards....
How do you remove door moldings/badging/roof rack? And does it leave marks on the paint or anything like that? I don't want to have to repaint my whole truck just to remove those things. Not worth it. Also, where do you find a new shifter handle? Thanx
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Old 10-24-2009, 11:22 AM
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How do you remove door moldings/badging/roof rack? And does it leave marks on the paint or anything like that? I don't want to have to repaint my whole truck just to remove those things. Not worth it. Also, where do you find a new shifter handle? Thanx
Roof rack- https://forums.trailvoy.com/articles....ticle&artid=18
really easy, i take mine off and back on all the time because i can never figure out what i like better lol

Bdging and molding- badging is real easy just get some fishing line and work it under the badging to shave it off it comes off pretty easily, then just use some kind of goo gone or what i used, tree sap remover, and keep scrubbing with a towel until you get it all off. The paint will look fine just take your time. Ive never done the door molding but id imagine its just like the debadging just a lot bigger lol its held on by adhesive no screws or holes
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Old 10-24-2009, 02:19 PM
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Roof rack- https://forums.trailvoy.com/articles....ticle&artid=18
really easy, i take mine off and back on all the time because i can never figure out what i like better lol

Bdging and molding- badging is real easy just get some fishing line and work it under the badging to shave it off it comes off pretty easily, then just use some kind of goo gone or what i used, tree sap remover, and keep scrubbing with a towel until you get it all off. The paint will look fine just take your time. Ive never done the door molding but id imagine its just like the debadging just a lot bigger lol its held on by adhesive no screws or holes
That's pretty helpful. Thanks for the info.
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Old 10-24-2009, 11:57 PM
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Thats a sweet front end! Never seen that bumper you have before.


^All you have left to do if a newer steering wheel, and a new back end look!


Not much left to say that the guy above me already hasn't.
How about a chrome mesh grill? I began fabricating these a few month ago for the TBSS. http://i376.photobucket.com/albums/o...airduct005.jpg
Also doing this rear plate for the TBSS in polished or pwder coated, then on to a plate for others as well as door sills and a motorized module for lowering your spare tire.
http://i376.photobucket.com/albums/o...z/PA200005.jpg
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:00 AM
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dangerous taco where did u get the shifter?
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:17 AM
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Roof rack- https://forums.trailvoy.com/articles....ticle&artid=18
really easy, i take mine off and back on all the time because i can never figure out what i like better lol

Bdging and molding- badging is real easy just get some fishing line and work it under the badging to shave it off it comes off pretty easily, then just use some kind of goo gone or what i used, tree sap remover, and keep scrubbing with a towel until you get it all off. The paint will look fine just take your time. Ive never done the door molding but id imagine its just like the debadging just a lot bigger lol its held on by adhesive no screws or holes

Is pulling the badging off going to be noticable with the fading?
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Old 10-25-2009, 11:13 AM
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Is pulling the badging off going to be noticable with the fading?
depends lol if your paint is faded then yes just clean the **** out of your car you should be ok
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Old 01-27-2018, 05:27 PM
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I'm interested in your tailights and SS bumper.

Did the SS bumper go right on? OR did it needs mods?

Also, are those straight Envoy lights?

Mine is a 2004 TBZ EXT LS
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