Chevy has always been one of the United States' most popular trucks, and when it comes to the custom side of things, it's no different. The S-10 has been a staple in the custom-truck scene for decades and when Chevy first introduced the Colorado, of course, there was skepticism from S-10 fans. But, all of that has subsided and the Colorado is quickly becoming one of the coolest-looking trucks to lay flat on the ground. We hooked up with the GTC fab guys to show us just how easy their new Colorado/Canyon rear 'bag setup kit is to install. Just follow along, and if you have any questions, contact the company listed in the Source Box.
1a. First, we completely removed...
1a. First, we completely removed the rear spare tire crossmember and installed the GTC Fabrication rear crossmember with link tabs facing down. The crossmember is located about six inches from the end of the framerails, and centered vertically.