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    suicide doors step shaver

    anyone have any luck with the suicidedoors.com step shaver kit? i saw it online and it's 200 bucks. and they make one without the lic plate box. if anyone has or seen this let me know how it is.

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    You talking about the 3 piece roll pan?
    If it is for a Blazer, it has the tag recess. Blazer roll pans are not offered tagless, thats for the trucks.

    Go to the Body Mod Section and you will find post and pics on this.


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    ya, they do sell a 3 piece kit tagless, on suicidedoors i have the one with the box n it was pretty simple to put on.. gl
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2112334

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    unless you get the steel grant one, there isnt a tagless that I know about. The ECC one has a tag box for the blazers. Only the s-10 comes without a the tag box.

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    i would really like to see a pic of a 2nd gen blazer with a step shaver kit installed. i thought those were only for trucks. if they look good i want to install a set on my 2000

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    This is the only step shaver I could find on there that was metal.

    http://www.suicidedoors.com/BlazerSteelShaverKits.php

    And the other one...

    http://www.suicidedoors.com/StepShav...sePlateBox.php

    Is also for blazers but again it has a tag box.

    The smooth ones says it is only fore S-10 and extremes. It MAY would. But I bet it would be to long(the sides)
    Last edited by dragginassjeep; 11-25-2007 at 06:41 PM.

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    I have a s-10 and I have the fiberglass stepshavers. Rather bad in the fitment department but after 3 days of work they turned out great.
    Too many mods to list :D
    www.cardomain.com/ride/2293608

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS1SLEEPER View Post
    i would really like to see a pic of a 2nd gen blazer with a step shaver kit installed. i thought those were only for trucks. if they look good i want to install a set on my 2000



    You don't have to go far. I already told ya where to look.
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/search.php


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    Here is a pic of mine. Its a 1 piece fiberglass from www.itsraw.com


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    How much did that 1 piece from RAW set you back? They don't have prices on their site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    How much did that 1 piece from RAW set you back? They don't have prices on their site.
    I bought it like 4 years ago...i think it was $400

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    I have a 97 jimmy 4 door.I ordered the 3 peice shaver kit from suicidedoors.com,it hasnt come in yet.but while i was waiting i took the stock bumper off and the frame and last crossmember stick out farther then the tailgate.is the last crossmember needed?is it safe to remove it and trim the frame?

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    you have to cut the frame down so th pan will sit flush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustyn View Post
    I have a 97 jimmy 4 door.I ordered the 3 peice shaver kit from suicidedoors.com,it hasnt come in yet.but while i was waiting i took the stock bumper off and the frame and last crossmember stick out farther then the tailgate.is the last crossmember needed?is it safe to remove it and trim the frame?



    Pics in here........
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showthread.php?t=73278


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    i used the ecc kit from sd. worked pretty good.only problem i had was the driver side panel was about 1/2" longer than needed.it sticks out past the tailgate.it was that or stick in the wheel well opening.so i split the diff as best i could. you wouldn't notice unless i showed you

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