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I just bought a 2006 GMC Sierra 2500HD turbo diesel (LB7). Those are Ultra Motorsport 20" x 9" wheels with Toyo OpenCountry A/T 305/55. Upgrades include, of course, wheels and tires, door handles, roof marker lights, Denali grill, etc... I thought some of you might like to see it.

Here are some pictures I took in Vermont, while in route from New Hampshire to Buffalo.

Notice the messed up bumper, that happened while off-roading in NH and the front wheels falling through some ice and the truck crashing down on the plastic shroud. Any idea how much that might cost to fix? Also, the front left wheel's center cap ended up getting busted too.

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Let me know what you think!
 

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Welcome to the forum, nice looking truck. You shouldn't have the LB7 motor.
 

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You're right...I meant to type LBZ
 

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Really sharp truck.
 

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A little bondo will fix that right up. Good looking truck.
 

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VERY sharp truck. Like the wheels!
 

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a little plastic welding and some krylon and you are good to go!!! LOL !! nice looking truck.
 

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Beautiful Ride! I have a front bumper to match thanks to a Big Rig passing me on a snow covered pasing lane and visibility turning to zero for about 30 seconds. I went off the right side, tagged a reflector post, gave me two small daughters a ride into the ditch for about 80 feet at 50 mph, then back on the road in the correct direction. I would like to brag although I know a higher power helped be keep the trailer and sleds from crashing the back end of the truck.
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