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    Registered User msz.xtreme's Avatar
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    getting ready for spring.

    i'm planning to fix up the xtreme for spring. i've got the new OEM front air dam on its way, and i'm planning on getting a step shaver kit for the rear. the cheapest one i've found was the Grant Kustoms one.



    this is the new valance i ordered off ebay.



    unfortunatley this is how the front looks right now. soon to be fixed.

    our next step is to fix up the 69 custom and hopefully sell it. as of now all it needs is a paint job and thermostat housing.


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    If you want a plastic step shaver you can get one for half the price of the Grant one. The Grant shaver is a vastly superior product but it takes a lot of work to weld in and it is pretty expensive.

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    i found a step shaver kit on ebay for 145.00, made out of fiberglass. debating on whether or not its worth it.

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    i'm working on the picture issue at the moment

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