Pictures of your modified pearl white suburban/tahoe

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  1. Drgracin72

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    I am fixing to lift my 11 suburban ltz. It is pearl white, and I'm planning on getting rid of all of the chrome. I'm not sure if I want to color match or go black with it. Also going to do the wheels. I can't stand the black wheels on the pearl white. Was curious if any of you guys had picture of yours and what colors you used. Thanks.
     
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    Here are a couple pics of my '08 LTZ...
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    This is the most recent after installing the Escalade ESV roof rack...
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    Please excuse the last pic... she is in dire need of a bath.. the rain has been relentless here.

    These are probably not what your looking for because I went total opposite of what you described but it is a modified WDT Burb... lol

    Also here is a link to my "mod" thread if your interested...
    https://www.tahoeyukonforum.com/threads/kbuskills-2008-burb-ltz-mod-thread.100141/
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Yeah, it's a little on the opposite end 9f what I'm going for, but it 8s hard to get ideas, because it seems Noone changes anything on the pearl white subs/hoes. I'm thinking of wrapping all 9f the chrome to match the paint, and wrapping the wheels in an anthracite or similar color.

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    Thought I would add an update to this thread since I put new wheels on the Burb and did some color match "inserts" on the door handles...
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    DAMN SON!! Those new wheels are awesome! Gives the burb a nice sleek clean look! Excellent choice friend!!
     
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    Thanks for the compliments... I am very happy with the results.
     
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    Looks great! I've got my lift alread, and tires, just cannot decide on a set of wheels to save my life. probably going to just stick with the stockers and go with that. Hopefully I get a few weeks at home so I can get the lift installed and have the tires put on.
     
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    Here's mine in all of its bone stock glory! These lease roads in Midland Texas have her dirty constantly. One thing I hate about this color, is once it's not spotless, it looks like shit, but man it sure sparkles when it's clean. 20190714_203947.jpg

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