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by OregTrailBlazin » Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:50 pm

Hello,
I'm here representing Wheelers Off-Road. http://www.wheelersoffroad.com Though we don't have a page on the site Directly for the TrailBlazer/Envoy yet, we are working on a few suspension components for this rig. We can also get the popular BDS kits, along with many other items such as On-Board Air, CO2 systems, Pro-Comp Wheels, Air-Lift Bags, Timbren Suspension Enhancement and much much more.. Let me know if there is anything you guys need.

Thanks :flex dirty:
Johnny@wheelersoffroad.com


Here's a quick list of just a few of the companies I can get. Most of our product and supply is specialty high performance, so I won't be able to beat every Ebay and Craiglist price out there. But if you let me know what your looking for I'll do my best.

ARB
Alcan (custom Springs)
BrightBox
BDS Suspension
Betts (custom springs)
Bilstein
Centric (brakes)
Coast Cutlery (Awsome Flashlights)
Cramer-Decker (source CO2 kits)
Daystar (poly products)
Deaver (custom springs)
Deist Safety (seat belt,limit straps ect.)
Excalibur (wheel accessories)
Fox
Gorilla (wheel Accessories)
Goodrige (custom SS lines)
Innova Design
King
Porterfield (brakes)
Powerstop (brakes)
Power-Tank (CO2 systems)
Pro-Comp (enough said)
Rampage Products
RCD Suspension
Rubicon Express
Rough Country
Spider-Trax
Techna Fit (custom SS lines)
Timbren (load carrying bumpstops)
Trail-head (deflators)
Viair (on board air)
Wagan
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by Trail X » Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:55 pm

On-board air you say?

Hmmmm. Once I get this secondary battery thing figured out, I may be contacting you for a tank!
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by OregTrailBlazin » Tue Sep 15, 2009 8:08 pm

JamesDowning wrote:On-board air you say?

Hmmmm. Once I get this secondary battery thing figured out, I may be contacting you for a tank!



Let me know when your ready :thumright:

I was just talking to the boss about setting up a TB/EV page.... Looks like we may have it sooner than I thought, he said he would start constructing the page next week, So I'm on a product search of all the things we could provide for you guys..

Still need a product evaluation on some Timbrens I sold someone awhile ago :poke: :happy whip:
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by teebes » Tue Sep 15, 2009 8:10 pm

I could use some new bump stops.. Oh, and coilvoers :drool: :poke:
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by OregTrailBlazin » Tue Sep 15, 2009 8:17 pm

teebes wrote:I could use some new bump stops.. Oh, and coilvoers :drool: :poke:

The Messiah has a set of Timbren Bumstops, maybe he'll sell em to you and you can do the Product evaluation :twisted:
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by The Roadie » Tue Sep 15, 2009 11:26 pm

I'll put 'em in ... I'll put 'em in.....

Now I'm drivable again after an inner tie rod end and diff seal and wheel bearing.
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by MrSmithsTB » Tue Sep 15, 2009 11:43 pm

So will I! We do, after all, need an east coast/west coast comparison :gimp:
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by HARDTRAILZ » Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:41 am

MrSmithsTB wrote:So will I! We do, after all, need an east coast/west coast comparison :gimp:


How about a set for testing in the midwest winters??? :idea:
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by Dizzlenator » Wed Sep 30, 2009 2:36 pm

Site is pretty cool. Can't wait to see the TB/Envoy pages. Feel free to steal any pics of my truck for the page!! lol!! I know, I'm a camera whore. Just ask Mario....he'll tell you! As will the rest of the TECORE gang!! HAHA!
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by cbbryan » Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:13 am

Don't forget about testing the humidity and ever changing weather of the South.
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by Gordinho80 » Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:54 am

What about Jersey winters and the bumps in Wharton??????? :drive: :safari:
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by The Roadie » Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:37 pm

I guarantee you're getting your hopes up to soon for unevaluated prototypes, unless you want to come out here where we wheel all winter. Just take a season off like good little snowbirds, and let the professionals go to work. :cheers: :raspberry:
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by HARDTRAILZ » Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:53 pm

The Roadie wrote:I guarantee you're getting your hopes up to soon for unevaluated prototypes, unless you want to come out here where we wheel all winter. Just take a season off like good little snowbirds, and let the professionals go to work. :cheers: :raspberry:


In 2 years or so i will be able to take the winters off. I got to finish my mildly paid training(working for the state govt) til then so I can be in a position to bid as a contractor and only work have the year for 10 times the pay. Niche markets are good, but a pain to enter into. So in the winter of 2012, are you gonna be ready to wheel all winter with a snowbird?
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by janesy86 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 5:39 pm

Site looks great man. Can't wait to see the Trailvoy pages on there... :friday:

And have some more options for our rigs. :mechanic: :flex dirty:
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by Trail X » Thu Feb 25, 2010 4:01 pm

So Johnny, when are you going to get that TrailBlazer page up and running? :poke:
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by Gordinho80 » Thu Feb 25, 2010 4:33 pm

JamesDowning wrote:So Johnny, when are you going to get that TrailBlazer page up and running? :poke:


YEAH!!! :viking:
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by bgwolfpack » Thu Feb 25, 2010 4:55 pm

Gordinho80 wrote:
JamesDowning wrote:So Johnny, when are you going to get that TrailBlazer page up and running? :poke:


YEAH!!! :viking:

You can't deny it may be time well spent, especially with your influence both here and on the OS. :coffee2:
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by OregTrailBlazin » Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:59 pm

Yes yes.. I do need to get working on this, I thought the boss was going to hammer it out, but it seems as if he got sidetracked with all the other Web&business upkeep.. Damn.. Guess I will have to start working on it myself.

Here's a quick list of just a few of the companies I can get. Most of our product and supply is Specialty high performance, so I won't be able to beat every Ebay and Craiglist price out there. But if you let me know what your looking for I'll do my best.

ARB
Alcan (custom Springs)
BrightBox
BDS Suspension
Betts (custom springs)
Bilstein
Centric (brakes)
Coast Cutlery (Awsome Flashlights)
Cramer-Decker (source CO2 kits)
Daystar (poly products)
Deaver (custom springs)
Deist Safety (seat belt,limit straps ect.)
Excalibur (wheel accessories)
Fox
Gorilla (wheel Accessories)
Goodrige (custom SS lines)
Innova Design
King
Porterfield (brakes)
Powerstop (brakes)
Power-Tank (CO2 systems)
Pro-Comp (enough said)
Rampage Products
RCD Suspension
Rubicon Express
Rough Country
Spider-Trax
Techna Fit (custom SS lines)
Timbren (load carrying bumpstops)
Trail-head (deflators)
Viair (on board air)
Wagan



Let me know if anything looks of interest..!!
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by bgwolfpack » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:46 pm

Printed. Now for some surfing. :coffee2:
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by SomeOffPave » Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:33 pm

OregTrailBlazin wrote:Yes yes.. I do need to get working on this,

Here's a quick list of just a few of the companies I can get. Most of our product and supply is Specialty high performance, ... But if you let me know what your looking for I'll do my best.


Goodrige (custom SS lines)


Let me know if anything looks of interest..!!



Can you convince Goodrige to produce braided stainless steel brake lines for the REAR of a 2002 non-SS Trailblazer?
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