2005 bagged out Chevy colorado. I read a few of your comments and i thought
id give u guys a lil better description. So here it goes; FBSS layin frame
on 22" milanni kool whips. The suspension is sittin on 2600s in the front
and 2800s in the rear, all 450psi slam specialities HE series. Im runnin
1/2" airline through GC 450 extreame valves at 200psi with 2 viair 480c
compressors on a 7 gallon tank. Its got tubular upper and lower control
arms with 2" drop ball joints in the front. In the back, a monster
tringulated four link with super pivots and its bagged on the bars. Hence
the 2ft of lift in the back. The rearend has been cut dwn about 2" to get
it to tuck the 2s. I built this in my dads garage with a grinder, a saw
zaw, and a welder. Special thanx to my boys that put in the long hrs wid
me. I love lowriders so if u got any questions email me
firstname.lastname@example.org. I appreciate the comments and i kno haters gonna
hate. Its ok u can hate on me:)
Chevrolet Colorado - G-80 Xtreme Edition
Immediately after its counterpart, Chevrolet also presented one interesting
stuff to Thai truck industry, even though that's contrasting with energy
crisis. The Colorado with G-80 Xtreme Edition package. Limited of course.
You won't only get the uniquely G-80 rear differential lock, but also with
well-made bullbar, sportsbar that won't block the brakelight, front and
side bug guards, and special sticker only for this edition. In fact, I
already had seen this edition from Motor Expo 2007. But only
minor-advertise along with new model.
This GM ad in Thailand also a first one which featured GM Next logo.
PLEASE READ THIS: Pickuptrucks.com said that we are selling Chevrolet LUV
D-Max. That's all fake. One right-hand-drive LUV has been performed an
experimental run with diesel engine in somewhere of US. Maybe Thailand has
been sold LUV but that's a story before I was born. We're already also
having this Chevy truck as Colorado as US name. Not LUV.