Do you ever wonder if the guys who make and sell the parts for your truck are actually truck guys themselves? The owners of Street Scene Equipment are truck guys, so when they built this '07 GMC, they went big on eye-catching graphics and head-turning audio. Their GMC Sierra, for example, has the look and sound of a custom that was built to be driven.
Starting with the suspension, the Custom Truck Shop in San Dimas, California, replaced the stock spindles and springs with new pieces from McGaughy's that combined to drop the front of the truck 4 inches, meanwhile a McGaughy's flip kit and Ride Rite helper 'bags lowered the rear 7 inches. The truck was set to ride on a set of 24-inch KMC Dimes on Nitto tires, which meant extra rolling mass and some pretty big voids in the wheels, so a set of Baer Extreme Plus brakes were added to the front, then the rear drums were converted to discs with six-piston calipers. Now, the Sierra had the stance and the performance to back it up.
The front end features a street scene bumper, lights, and speed grille inserts.
Nitto 420 tires protect 24-inch kmc wheels with baer brakes peering out through the spokes