GMC Yukon Low-Rida

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    GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    Its pretty smooth. I like the effect of the Smoothness.
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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    Nice chop..but i wouldnt wanna be seen in it

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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    nice chop. for some reason i liked the older yokon denali more. this one kinda looks too cute. good job FRD

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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    I can't see it.
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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    Yeah, me neither. Let us know when you get it back up FR.

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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    I can see it, looks "silky smooth". Can you remove the plastic cadding on the doors? That would make it "super silky smooth".

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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    Dont do that, trucks are meant to be lifted.

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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    well, if you're going to make a slammed truck, you better SLAM IT, this one still has about 5 inches to go. the only real suggestion i have is about the grille: shear it a bit to the right so it looks more 'in' the space where the grille goes. i think setting the mesh back a bit would make it looke better as well, maybe add some highlights and shadows too.

    the quality of this one is impressive, you're improving FR .
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    Re: GMC Yukon Low-Rida

    Nice. The only thing I would change is the grille. It doesn't look real, especially when compared to the otherwise high quality chop.
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