Bagged NNBS (GMT-900 07-13) thread..

Discussion in 'Lowering Tech' started by Smith, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. Smith

    Smith Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Post up pictures, questions, links, personal experience, and any other knowledge you may have on bagging these model trucks.


    Will start it off with some pictures stolen from the CGM meet and some info CUB posted.

    2011 Chevy Silverado 4.8L bagged on 24's. Ekstensiv Metalworks front kit with a NFamus 3 link Wishbone I believe. Red suede interior, painted dash etc etc.He's a member on here, s/n is Elliott

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  2. Smith

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    Sitting on 28's I believe with the Ekstensiv front kit and an NFamus 3 link...work done by Diamond Designs Auto body in Arkansas.

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  3. lowlife08

    lowlife08 Well-Known Member

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    damn i want!!
     
  4. Smith

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  6. BOO5TED

    BOO5TED Resident Smartass

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    Elliott's truck almost looks black in those pics. I know CUB "edited" them but they look too dark to me. :shrug:
     
  7. JoshRA

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    Love nfamus work. I use to go to the shop and talk with the guys and check out the work they do. Everything is always topnotch.
     
  8. bayousam

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    I just got quoted from NFamus to do my work. Give me a little time with the wedding and all and I will be there with my truck. Gonna cost me a pretty penny but I cannot wait....
     
  9. Smith

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    About how much did they quote you for everything?
     
  10. JoshRA

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    I remember they quoted me early this year for a wishbone, front and rear tub with rear bed notch cover and front relocation but I cant remember the price anymore. They are not cheap at all but the work they do is outstanding and wouldnt want anything but perfect on something I have to rely on.

    Stephan, when you go to take it let me know and we can meet up and chat. I live like 5 min from their old shop and now like 10 from their new shop.

    When I get my project going I will be taking it up there to them for a few things done.
     
  11. bayousam

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    11,500 but I am going above and beyond with my setup, not just a simple setup. If I remember correctly, a simple bag job is around 8k for a basic job.

    I will def send you a message. I also have 2 friends Dustin (cajundragger) and Ryan (i dont remember his sn but he has the bagged HD that he has been painting red) on gmfs that will rolling out there with me also if they arent tied down with anything.
     
  12. lowlife08

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  13. Smith

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    Ah ok, preciate the info :shake: had a buddy call and like you said they quoted around $8,000 for a simple bag job like you said.
     
  14. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    $8k simple bag job, gtfo
     
  15. bayousam

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  16. BigBoi

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    This. Static ftw.
     
  17. Smith

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    Agreed, I def don't have that kind of cash. They do good work tho :shrug:
     
  18. lowlife08

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    i wonder how much extra it is for a body drop?
     
  19. JoshRA

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    Are you doing a wishbone 3 link in the rear? When I was talking with Keith about mine he said they like to do the 3 links on these trucks. Always seem to hold up really well with how they build them.

    Yeah, they do some awesome work.
     
  20. CUB

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    Yea fuck that shit
     

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