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    i get it on different types of roads, but i don't notice it all the time. that's the weird thing. i live in south/central PA and there isn't a smooth road anywhere near me, so it's tough to really judge it. sometimes it feels like a wheel might be 'off' a little bit, but then later i don't feel anything.

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    I like the two tone paint and the 22's. Not too much but just enough in the flash dept. Very nice!

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    what kind of grill is that? does it go over the stock one or do you have to cut the old one out?

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    Re: latest pics of our SEMA 2004 Project vehicle

    Quote Originally Posted by T_Dogg8
    i get it on different types of roads, but i don't notice it all the time. that's the weird thing. i live in south/central PA and there isn't a smooth road anywhere near me, so it's tough to really judge it. sometimes it feels like a wheel might be 'off' a little bit, but then later i don't feel anything.
    Sounds like the roads to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapshot
    I like the two tone paint and the 22's. Not too much but just enough in the flash dept. Very nice!
    Thanks for the compliments, I wen to the Truck Jamboree here in Irvine, CA this past Sunday and my Escalade was the tamest, actually people would just walk by it and not look at it..... TILL I OPENED THE HOOD....

    When they'd see the supercharger, they would STOP and then they would pass their fingers over the gold leaf in the paint stripe...

    Loved it..

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    Re: latest pics of our SEMA 2004 Project vehicle

    Quote Originally Posted by outofdablue
    what kind of grill is that? does it go over the stock one or do you have to cut the old one out?
    It's a Grillcraft, very well made and strong.

    You have to cut out the plastic and then fit it, it's not hard and very good instructions come with it, also they are posted at their website http://www.grillcraft.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle George
    Thanks for the compliments, I wen to the Truck Jamboree here in Irvine, CA this past Sunday and my Escalade was the tamest, actually people would just walk by it and not look at it..... TILL I OPENED THE HOOD....

    When they'd see the supercharger, they would STOP and then they would pass their fingers over the gold leaf in the paint stripe...

    Loved it..
    wow. do you have any pics from that show??

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    Re: latest pics of our SEMA 2004 Project vehicle

    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle George
    It's a Grillcraft, very well made and strong.

    You have to cut out the plastic and then fit it, it's not hard and very good instructions come with it, also they are posted at their website http://www.grillcraft.com
    how difficult is it really to get the emblem off?? i really really want the grillcraft grill but i'm afraid of screwing up my original grill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T_Dogg8
    wow. do you have any pics from that show??
    I will post pics from the show sometime next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T_Dogg8
    how difficult is it really to get the emblem off?? i really really want the grillcraft grill but i'm afraid of screwing up my original grill.
    Not difficult at all, we used a screwdriver and slid it underneath a little bit and started prying up SLOWLY and the emblems came off. or you can use fishing line and cut it out of the shell.

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    Re: latest pics of our SEMA 2004 Project vehicle

    I used fishing line and it was real easy. I would trust buying the grillcraft, but I heard EG has one just like it now but Im sure it costs an arm and a leg. Go for the grillcraft, its already made and not that hard to isntall, plus it looks great.

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    that's what i'll probably do. i don't see any reason to spend 2 or 3 times as much for the e&g. i just bought my dad a v grill for his cts and i'm trying to keep our cars similar (makes it look cool when we park beside each other :coolgleam ), so i think grillcraft is my best bet.

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