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Chebbyfan

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About Chebbyfan

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  • Birthday 01/25/1974

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  • Name
    Les
  • Location
    Dunbar
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado HD
  • Interests
    Chevy trucks

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  1. I actually came across your build thread after I commented here, lol. Thanks.
  2. I am trying to find one for my 15 as well. I would be interested to know what you decide to install.
  3. I think they look like a Tundra. I'll stick with my 15 instead of updating I guess.
  4. Following. I'm in the same boat with my 90 Sport. I'm thinking carb, intake, distributor, cam and headers. I have already changed the rear gear from 3.42s to 4.10s and gone thru the tranny. The only other option, is get another motor and throw it together quick and drop in instead of putting parts in this one.
  5. I have mine looped around the hook on the end of one of the safety chains. It loops through the safety chain hook on the drivers side of the hitch, then loops onto the hook on the passenger side chain of the hitch. Its up out of the way, taught, but not tight, and I've owned that trailer now for about four years, using it three to four times a year pulling with no issues.
  6. Probly oil cooler, I'm guessing.
  7. There is nothing for the exhaust to resonate off of without a muffler. I looked at it again, and there is a little bit of single pipe after the resonator under the cab. The "Y" split is about the front of the box. From that "Y" it is 2, 2 and a half inch pipes into two four inch bowtie tips. I have taken a couple videos on my phone, but I don't know what to do with them. I have sent via text before. If you are interested PM me your number and I will send them to you.
  8. There is a resonator under the passenger side of the cab, up front like under the passenger front seat. From just behind that resonator a few inches, my exhaust is split into duals with no muffler all the way to the rear bumper. Not loud, no drone, no expensive muffler.
  9. I have fabricated duals out the back of my truck with dual Bowtie 4" (I think) tips on them. Sound good, and look good usually. Truck is dirty right now, but you understand.
  10. I've found that behind the wheels, the tips get a lot of debris thrown at them, and some things get melted onto the tips. If you don't care about how they end up looking, go with those out behind the tires. I have had both, out behind the tires and out below the rear bumper. I like mine out the back under the bumper. Just my preference tho.
  11. So, CuzznVinny, are these just plug and play? Or is there something else needed to make these work? Did you change the high beam bulbs to match? Sorry for all the questions, just really considering trying these.
  12. Very little adjustments are needed. As far as the adjustment screws go, a little goes a long way. The newer bulbs I put in mine, made the cutoff line very visible now.
  13. I did the same on my truck. I also installed Sylvania silverstar ZXE bulbs in mine. It did help, and now they work fairly decent. But I agree, no tailgating. I only get brighted once in a great while.
  14. By looking at your pictures, they have a very positive offset. Looking up the wheel on the Fuel website, they did not build that wheel I a 20x10 with such a positive offset. I'm betting you have a 20x9 with a +20 offset. (The wheel will measure out wider with a tape measure. You need to measure BETWEEN both rim lips where the tire will sit to get a width mesurement.) If that is the case, a 295/55/20 or 305/55/20 will fit fine. As for the sensors, I couldn't tell you. I just put new sensors in my wheels instead of removing out of my OE wheels. My sensors were GM parts and they were all black sensors, I don't know about those colored ones.
  15. Hmmmm. I don't know, I think mine looks pretty frickin cool!! http://i299.photobucket.com/albums/mm317/chebbyfan/IMG_20170425_135534949_HDR_1.jpg
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