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    2015 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 4x4
  1. Not wanting to do an aftermarket radio as I like the one it comes with. Plus that's another easy 600+ into it that I don't wanna spend. I've actually changed how I think i wanna do this. I want to go with some Infinity Kappa speakers instead and hold off on a sub to see if I really want it. They can handle much more power so i was thinking about running 14ga to the speakers and just skipping the factory wiring. Do I need to do that or will that cause any issues? Plus this way I don't melt the dash speakers. Infininty Kappa 693.11i and 62.11i
  2. Airbus27's 2014 Sierra SLT build thread

    What adapters did you use for the front doors? Looking to put in the same speakers you did with the Pioneer GM-D9605 and a sub.
  3. The LT tread on these is taller, Falken lists them as 33x11.6 who knows really.
  4. Also, is sound deadening worth it in these trucks? The doors seem very well sealed just based on road noise and how solid it sounds when closing.
  5. I have a '15 Sierra SLE Doublecab non bose and no nav. I'm going to use factory wiring for this setup as long as people seem to think it's acceptable. I listen to mostly country/rock/metal and some older rap stuff. Here is the hardware I have planned but not finalized if anyone has any suggestions. Amp: Pioneer GM-D9605 (75X4 @4 ohm + 1x350 @4 ohm(600 @2 ohm)) Front Door: Rockford Fosgate Punch P1692 6x9 Coaxial Dash Speakers: Stock Rear Door: Rockford Fosgate Punch P1650 6.5" Coaxial Sub: Pioneer TS-SWX2502 (Open to other suggestions, just the best performance to size and price I could find as the double cab doesn't have tons of free space) Front Door Adapter: Metra 82-3004 Rear Door Adapter: Scosche SAGMHR634B Also using factory replacement speaker connectors for simplicity. I plan on grabbing the Metra 71-2107 to go from the HU to my amp line level inputs which will also turn the amp on. Then using the Metra 70-2057 to go back to the factory speaker harness. This way whenever I eventually trade the truck in I can keep my amp. Does anyone know how long these cables are? Any recommendations or suggestions?
  6. Blistein 5100's at max height with stock 17's wrapped in Falken WildPeak AT3W LT285/70R17 (33x11.6) with only a VERY VERY slight rub on the well liner at full lock.
  7. Just installed this exact setup about 2 weeks ago! Love it so much.
  8. Blisteins at top height, stock 17's with Falken WildPeak AT3W LT285/70R17 (33x11.6).
  9. Running Falken WildPeak AT3W LT285/70R17 (33x11.6) on a set of bilsteins at max height. VERY VERY minimal rub on well liner.
  10. Jesus it's hard to find information in this thread. So I have a 2015 double cab SLE. I just have power glass so that's DL8 correct? So I need harness's 23342729 and 23342715 right? Do i need OEM GM mirror's or can I use just any tow mirror for the truck and the harness will work? OEM tow mirrors are mad expensive.
  11. I'm going to be putting on a set of 20x9 +1 with 305/55 's. For the level, I see everyone suggests sticking with a 2" as 2.5" causes some extreme angles. Is there any real difference between the Round spacers that go on top and the U shapped ones that go on bottom besides location and shape?
  12. Damn I really do like your setup. Might have to steal all your measurements for myself haha. Damn I really do like your setup. Might have to steal all your measurements for myself haha.
  13. That's a good point. I'll probably go with a 2" as well then. I have a camper I pull during the summer. What offset are your wheels and do they stick out much?
  14. Probably because they listed it under the suspension lift section instead of the level lift section.
  15. I just happened to see this and already have the page open. http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1305-10.html
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