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2016 Cruze Limited LT - CA. EINSER CRUZE

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Picked this up on a 24 mos lease with 0 down, $129/month 10k miles lease from Mark Christopher Chevrolet in Ontario, CA.
Great commuter car. Still gotta keep it looking slick so:

* Plasti dip wheels/chevy bow ties/bumper markers
* LED headlight hi/low bulb conversion
* Stubby antenna
* Eibach Pro spacers 15mm front & 20mm rear
* bumplerplugs.com in Iridium Metallic
* LED tail lights
* Rear diffuser

More to come....Got some great pointers from this forum before my purchase. Thank you.


10JAN16: picked up advertised special from dealer



17JAN16: first round of mods. the horse whip antenna gotta go





17JAN16: fix OEM headlight bulbs and replace with LED conversion kit.



17JAN16: Plasti dip wheels / bow ties / bumper markers






19JAN16: ordered from bumperplugs.com in Iridium Metallic for my Tungsten Metallic. Pricey little shits but perfect match and fast shipping.












20JAN16: Installed EIBACH Pro spacers 15mm (P/N 90.4.15.028.1) front and 20mm (P/N 90.4.20.036.1) rear. Always used spacers on my previous cars, this was in mad need of spacers.















20JAN16: A before and after






29JAN16: installed rear diffuser and LED tail lights.




















PURELY COINCIDENTAL....

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Looks good. That was quick.
Pretty nice! Welcome!
Very nice! I've been kicking around the idea of getting rid of my license plate holder because it's pretty faded already. Looks pretty simple from that, just drill and replace with caps.
Looks good. That was quick.
ha ha yah i get the bug very quick when i get a new car.
looking to do new LED tail lights and maybe lower the car with EIBACH springs.
Pretty nice! Welcome!
thank you, good to be here.
Very nice! I've been kicking around the idea of getting rid of my license plate holder because it's pretty faded already. Looks pretty simple from that, just drill and replace with caps.
yup. acquire plugs, drill two holes 1/4 inch, and plug away. the plugs themselves you can get at home depot for ten cents, now to find someone to paint them on the cheap might be difficult, that is why i thought $35 for two plugs was on the high side of expensive but hard to replicate the job.
Looks amazing! Makes me wish I had opted for a black one rather than silver.
Thank you, stoked to be here :th_salute:
Looks amazing! Makes me wish I had opted for a black one rather than silver.
Silver is a great color! you can make anything look good, just give it some work and personal touch. :go:
How those spacers work out? Any rubbing issues?
How those spacers work out? Any rubbing issues?
Absolutely zero rubbing on stock suspension. i dont even anticipate any rubbing if i were to lower it. Full locj turn = no rubbing. :th_dblthumb2:
I like the stance the spacers give. I may use your setup iydm. Any suggestions I where to get the spacers? Also is the tire tracking the same now front and rear?
I like the stance the spacers give. I may use your setup iydm. Any suggestions I where to get the spacers? Also is the tire tracking the same now front and rear?
I'm lucky enough to be close by to EIBACH NA HQs so I will called them. you can check on www.eibach.com for local dealers or buy from carid.com I saw them there in all sizes. Tire tracking same f/r me love spacers.
Looks good. I especially like the wheel spacers.
Looks good. I especially like the wheel spacers.
Nice dog.
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Looks good. I especially like the wheel spacers.
I've always had a penchant for wheel spacers.
Used them on the BMW and the JEEP.



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Are Cruze's being limited now?
It's the most retarded nomenclature ever known to automobilekind.
The all new 2016 will be out soon, so whatever they produced of the old chassis was named "limited" as in we won't be making many more of these, it's limited. lol :RantExplode:
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