This is a show quality version of the carbon fiber race finish hood. It has two coats of automotive clear coat added to the hood and a more tedious block and wet sanding to ensure an absolutely flawless finish, which gives the hood a rich deeper show quality look!
The hood is constructed of a layer of carbon fiber before being finished out with fiberglass. The hood weighs 33lbs. and bolts on with the stock hood hinges. I do recommend that you buy Red Line Tuning hood struts. The hood is reinforced and predrilled to accept the hood struts. You can google, “Red Line hood struts for Chevrolet Trailblazer,” and you’ll be redirected to their website.
This hood is for the customer who wants to perform no paint work and simply bolt on a perfect hood!
DISCLAIMER – Due to the hand made process of this item, there may be a small number of tiny air bubbles present in the finish. This is due to the hand lay-up procedure that gives this hood the 3-dimensional look in the carbon braid. This is normal and there is no problem with the structure of the hood.
I have modified my mold, so that my hoods will now fit all trailblazers from 02 to 09 models.
Before ordering please be sure to read and understand our policies on shipping and damaged items. You can read them on our policies page or by clicking here.
All hoods take approximately 4-6 weeks to build. This item will now fit any 2002-2009 Trailblazer.
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When your part arrives, it should be inspected by you or the person who is receiving your part for any damage before the part is signed for. I can’t be there to inspect it for you, so this is your responsibility.
Prior to signing delivery paperwork please inspect product for damages. Any sign of damage to packaging please notate on the delivery paperwork what is wrong with the packaging and add, “product subject to further inspection.” If it is apparent that your part is damaged, then it’s best if you refuse the part. If there is visible product damage and you except the part, then please notate the damage details on the delivery paperwork to help assist with carrier claim. And please take plenty of pictures of the box and the damage. If you’re not sure if the part is damaged, then it’s best to write on the delivery paperwork that there could be some concealed damage, that can’t be seen until the box is opened up.
I want you to receive your part in perfect condition, but freight companies damage freight every day and you need to inspect your part to protect yourself.
I have freight insurance on all my parts and if your part is damaged, I’ll do all that I can to get your part replaced, but it’s still your responsibility to do your part when your part arrives.