what do you think of my truck

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by offthehook, Sep 1, 2003.

  1. offthehook

    offthehook Guest

    here is the link for pics http://www.s10forum.com/modules.php...ers_Gallery&file=index&include=view_album.php

    here is some mods i did 2000 GMC Sonoma, Black, regular cab, 2.2, tinted, bed liner, smoked 3rd light, tinted tails, also an alpine CDA-7892, rockford fosgate amp and 2, 10inch JL W3 subs and custom made box.infinity kappa door components and plate speakers for the dashes,security system, blue flasing light, HP battery, dynomat, K&N filtercharger, jet chip stage 2, 180 degree
    thermostat, billit grill, cal vu sport mirrors, 15 inch black shorty antenna
     
  2. Wolvrin704

    Wolvrin704 Guest

    Nice truck. Good job on the sound system.
     
  3. offthehook

    offthehook Guest

    thanks any more opinions
     
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  5. footratfunkface

    footratfunkface New Member

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    it looks good. what's on the tail light lenses? is that tint, or candy paint?
     
  6. Wolf

    Wolf No one plans to take the path that brings you lowe

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    Looks alright. I'd say go back to the stock tire size and go with a 3/4 drop. I know most people with minitrucks want to slam them to the ground with huge wheels, but I love the look of a moderate drop w/ the stock wheels and tires.

    Like this guy's truck:
    http://www.s10forum.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=41633

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  7. offthehook

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    its clear paint mixed with black sprayed on then clearcoated

    im going with a 2/3 and 18s soon 3/4 would scrape my driveway
     
  8. WyteKraka

    WyteKraka New Member

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    your sound setup looks good. now get rid of sum of that wheel gap and you'll be set
     
  9. offthehook

    offthehook Guest

    ok today i lowered it 2/3 wheel gap gone and i still scraped my driveway its ok tho all the stuff that was scraping is gone pics up soon
     
  10. kodiak

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    Roll pan would complete the look.
     

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