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snowbrdd

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  1. If the leds in the fogs are sufficient to not need high beams. You're probably blinding all the drivers you're going against. You should avoid that considering fogs should be aimed low and wide not high up.
  2. Probably but too late now. Plus I didn't want to deal with bringing the shocks somewhere to get the spring removed. No way am I touching that myself.
  3. I do mild off roading. But thats just to get to where I prep out there. I've been loving these fox 2.0s though as they are massively more comfortable than stock ranchos.
  4. Anyone have some info on how the fox 2.0s effect the uppers? I know people say you don't have to get aftermarket UCAs but I'd rather fix it early on than deal with more stuff busting at once.
  5. https://www.ebay.com/itm/23496234-2016-2017-GMC-Sierra-1500-OEM-Chrome-Grille-Factory-NEW/282403387560?hash=item41c08db8a8:g:7L0AAOSwCU1Y0FP1&vxp=mtr Are you looking for something like this? You could always just plastidip it. There's a lot of plastidipping happening around here and some members are sure to know the recipe to getting a matching black.
  6. Take a picture of the headlights with them on. And of their output. I'm fairly certain they're halogens in projectors. Thats my bet anyway.
  7. Not possible. At least for the 14s-15s. If it didn't come with it stock, I don't think anyone has gotten it to work. Reese has a brake controller that will fit the cubby nicely though.
  8. One way to get em to fit in place is to just stand on the brakes a lil bit while you push the bottom in place. Top in first, then bottom in second. I'm guessing he didn't realize that you need to push the bottom down just a bit.
  9. Same here. Although the tail lights look like heavy duty fords. Tailgate like a tundra, and side view like a tundra. Dual exhausts like a dodge. I'm not digging the look at all.
  10. Have to say. My bumper I ordered albeit not a winch bumper was lighter than the stock bumper. So you're probably not changing weight that much other than the winch and the winch box.
  11. http://www.addictivedesertdesigns.com/front-bumpers/2014-up-chevy-1500-stealth-front-bumper-w/winch-mount/ If you can bear the price they have a good looking product. Way too much for me though. Edit: Oops just realized you need one for a 16+. Mybad. http://www.addictivedesertdesigns.com/chevy-1500-winch-front-bumper-F367382840103/ They also have one for the 16 but I'm not a fan of the look. https://www.carid.com/2016-chevy-silverado-off-road-bumpers/go-rhino-br5-front-bumper-666419585.html?parentsubmodel[]=SUBMODEL|1500
  12. Not to threadjack, but how different in types of lifts do they effect wear? Like, do the strut replacement/shock replacements effect wear on ball joints etc less than spacer lifts.
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