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Old 05-19-2017, 12:04 PM   #76
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Re: Pro Performance: C1500 RCSB Build

Thanks guys! I bought the fender fillers for the 94+. You might be able to make the older ones work, but if I remember right, they weren't that expensive.

Yes, you will need the following:

Grille
Side marker lenses
Headlights (If work truck, or want to get rid of the stepped lights)
Fender filler panels
Grille to bumper filler panel
2 Center bumper brackets
**I used 3/4" spacers on 2 mounts, and 1/2" on the center one for the filler panel**
**1/4" bolts to hold the filler panel**
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Old 05-19-2017, 07:28 PM   #77
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Re: Pro Performance: C1500 RCSB Build

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Thanks guys! I bought the fender fillers for the 94+. You might be able to make the older ones work, but if I remember right, they weren't that expensive.

Yes, you will need the following:

Grille
Side marker lenses
Headlights (If work truck, or want to get rid of the stepped lights)
Fender filler panels
Grille to bumper filler panel
2 Center bumper brackets
**I used 3/4" spacers on 2 mounts, and 1/2" on the center one for the filler panel**
**1/4" bolts to hold the filler panel**
Awesome thanks for the info.With all the reading I been doing about it,it was never mentioned I needed spacers so thanks for the extra details, makes a huge difference when trying to get it done.
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Old 05-21-2017, 08:07 PM   #78
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Re: Pro Performance: C1500 RCSB Build

Are you still planning on switching to a rack and pinion?
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