What should I do to my truck that wont break the bank?

Asked by May 04, 2017 at 09:08 AM about the 2011 GMC Canyon SLE1 Crew Cab 4WD

Question type: Car Customization

I recently picked it up, less than a month ago. Now I am trying to customize it
to make it look really nice, its got chrome, and the truck is red. I've already
have a new radio, tinting, mud flaps, and floor mats.

2 Answers

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The very best non-bank breaking modification is the "nothing" mod. Do nothing to it and there is no cost, no issues and no headaches. Try to buy vehicles that are equipped with the options you want to avoid installations later. Also one of the best mods for any vehicle are the wheels. New, different or custom wheels can really change the look of a vehicle.

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Detail it like a pro. Make it look really clean and people will notice you. Plus sizing the tires a size or two can fill up the tire wells and improve the look.

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