How Aftermarket Accessories Made Me Love My Blazer
Are you a truck enthusiast? Or just take pride in the looks of your truck? Aftermarket truck accessories are what can separate your truck from the pack. I am a big fan of aftermarket truck accessories because I love the feeling of driving by another vehicle and watching the heads turn to stare at my ride.
I personally drive a 1999 Chevy Blazer. I have several add ons on my Blazer. Let's start with the rims. I have 20 inch chrome Rozzi Detentions wrapped with 255/35/20 Falken GRB FK-451 tires. Once I put on my new rims I loved them, expect for the large gap that I now had in my wheel well. So I bought a Belltech 3/3 drop kit and lowered it 3 inches.
As I started to look at pictures online and in magazine of other Blazers I realized that I had not yet begun to scratch the surface of the potential that my Blazer had. I decided to remove the Westin Nerf Bars that I had and add a Street Scene bumper, side skirts and custom grille. This gave my Blazer the look of a Extreme Blazer in my eyes. Then I added a few other odds and ins such as euro lights, window visors, floor mats, racing pedals, and headlight covers.
Guess what, there is still so much more that I could do to this Blazer. It becomes addictive. Next on my wish list is a custom hood, and possibly a custom paint job. With so many resources out there for ideas such as truck magazines and truck enthusiast web sites the possibilities are truly endless.
About the Author: I have had a passion for aftermarket truck accessories since 1999. I helped create http://www.truckaddons.com and also http://www.lanestruckaccessories.com