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Stock Engine Cover and OEM TBSS Front Plate Holder

My truck is gone and I have a few items to sell. All items are OBO, if you think i am asking too much for an item send me a pm with your best offer.

- stock engine cover - SOLD

- OEM TBSS Front License Plate Holder $15 plus shipping (un-used, basically brand new)

- stock exhaust manifolds with heat shields SOLD

- 1.25" hubcentric/wheelcentric spacers SOLD

- stock air box - SOLD

- stock air intake - SOLD

- stock windshield wiper fluid tank SOLD

- 2008 GM Nav Disc - SOLD
 

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hmm. Do you happen to have any pics of tha rear wheels with the spacers on..
 

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I'll take the Airbox and Air Intake if still available.

Guess I can't PM yet without enough posts...

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Thanks.
Email sent! What is your zip code?
 

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Yeah they look good on a stock truck, but they are a must have for a lowered truck on stock wheels IMO.
 

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Jake, did you have any issues with the spacers? The tire is really close to that fender...
No, never a single issue... Been to the track, sideways on dry pavement, hard corners, hard braking.... Not my truck in the pic, but they do bring your wheel out flush with the fender.

BUMP! Original post updated, engine cover should cost $15 to ship in the US.
 

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i really like that look with the wheel spacers. can you use them on an awd on the back only or do you have to put them on the front also?
 

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Maybe a stupid question or may hav missed it will tese work with factory studs or do u need extended ones?
 

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These one are not really spacers. They are adaptors. You bolt them on your existing studs and they have another set of studs that the wheel bolts to.
 
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