Wow,I made an impression.Islander said:If any Terrain folks install the E&G wire mesh, please post some pics. I'm seriously considering one for the SLT-1. I know, I know, NY Joe, it's not your thing, but I liked how it looked on the E&G site.
But then it would look like a generic vehicle like they use in TV commercials when they remove emblems and alter grills.Steve A said:Like the mesh grille, but, it would look better if the Chevy emblem was gone !!!
True.Roesterman said:But then it would look like a generic vehicle like they use in TV commercials when they remove emblems and alter grills.
Just last night I said "whoa!" to the wife as I backed up the DVR and then said "I KNEW that was a Chevy Venture!"
I think it was an insurance commercial.
She rolled her eyes as if to say who cares!
Sweet it is!topgun said:True.
I guess it's all about what you're going for. Some like stripping all the badges going for a custom look. Others like to brag the brand. I used to build bikes (choppers) and it was all about one of a kind. Now days I'm a little older and I'm much more into factory custom. If I'm not going full custom I'm more for adding some touches while still bragging the brand.
But that's just me.8)
Interior night shot of the Nox... sweet...[/color]
Hey don't get me wrong my friend. I'd be with you 100% if we were talking about racing. The handling at really high speeds on a track is much better with RWD or AWD. All I was pointing out is that in "regular street driving" across all weather conditions for the money I don't think you can beat FWD. Even at that if I lived in a very mountainous and/or normally severe snow area then the AWD would be a plus to me as well.Steve A said:Different strokes, must admit I'm more of the "Nose and Deck" school.
I appologize... you are absolutely right. I was replying to multiple posts and got your post mixed up with a post from the "Handles in the snow" thread. I bet you thought... this topgun guy is crazy... he's just making crap up!!! ;DSteve A said:"Nosing and Decking" really didn't have anything to do with racing, only with appearance.
Perhaps you had my post confused with some earlier one ??
Well obviously you've been around this block before.Steve A said:No problem !!!
I always used nylon fishing line and warmed it (emblem) with a hair dryer. Shouldn't use a heat gun as it can discolor the paint if used too vigorously. Then clean the remainder of the adhesive with 3M adhesive remover.
It looks like the front is attached with adhesive, probably also the rear one. For a really good job the chrome strip in the rear would also have to be painted body color.