My 2010 PPV

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The project keeps going. Added an SLP exhaust and vent shades. Used some Adam’s tire polish and interior detail to clean her up as well.
 

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Decided to do some more maintenance. Noticed that the rear pad was eating at the rotor so decided to swap on all new pads and rotors. Easy project and the car stops significantly better. Also decided to swap in a new battery and new upgraded starter. While I was doing that I saw that one of the sway bar links was broken so I swapped in new ones. Car runs like a champ now.
 

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Part 2.
 

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Sort of new to the forum but have surfed it a lot while looking for parts for my 2010 Tahoe PPV. I bought the car a few months ago with 150k miles but only 3k engine hours. I love this car and have replaced the following so far:
- New headlights with led bulbs
- New smoked fog lights. Had to hardwire in a switch.
- New GoRhino buddy bumper
- New OEM grilles
- Dipped the front and rear emblems black
- Dipped the oem mirror caps gloss white
- New OEM tail lights
- New spare tire cover dipped white
- New center caps and performance tires
- 50% tint on windshield and 15% on all sides

On the interior I did the following:

- New dash cover for cracked dash
- New steering wheel surround and emblem
- New radio screen with Apple car play and reverse camera
- Carbon fiber wrap on wood grain
- Used OEM leather seats. New seat cushion foam and cover on drivers seat.
- Wrapped the center seat in oem-type leather
- New A-pillar trim to replace cut old trim.
-Hardwired V1
-New rubber floor lining.


I then fully detailed the inside and outside. I replaced thar majority of the bulbs on the interior and exterior with LED bulbs. I replaced the oil, battery, and intake filter as routine maintenance as well. Here are some pictures:
I love the carbon fiber wrap you did over the fake wood!!! Could you explain how you did that possibly? Would love to do that in my 2010 Tahoe too! Thanks buddy, the car looks great!!!
 

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Tell me about it. I used a 24” breaker bar because I didn’t have an impact wrench at the time.
Where did you find the oem hitch and how much did you pay for it? 400+ seems like a lot to pay for a used piece of steel on EBAY.
 

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