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gabekalp

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About gabekalp

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  • Birthday 08/28/1990

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  • Location
    Huntington Beach, CA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado
  1. With a 2.5 lift, you will be almost 100% level. Our trucks come with a 1 1/2" rear block from the factory
  2. 17k miles and no issues. I will be upgrading to a camburg arm once the funds permit..
  3. I need a lot more pictures and info! What was the total cost? I was so pissed I didn't know about the 16's when I bought my 15 lol Did you have to have your bcm programmed for the lights being that they have the leds for the drl?! Oh yeah, more pictures! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I have about 17k miles on my stock arms with kings set at about 3" While I plan on getting arms, I haven't pulled the trigger yet. I've had no issues so far Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Oh and I'm running 35" tires Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I only buy quality tools! Anyhow, that's just my opinion. I've tightened literally 100's of ubolts and have had zero issues without angle torquing them. Obviously the extra step doesn't hurt, I just don't think it's necessary. If I'm working on an engine, then it's a different story.
  6. alrighty, well have fun buying a $900 tool to fasten your u bolts, ill stick to my general conscious ;)
  7. correct.. sorta how you torque your lug nuts to 140-145... a second pass isn't really needed. I would guess 90% of people don't even use a torque wrench on their u bolts
  8. Thanks, I got a buddy that works at the burg.. Good dudes! You running their upper arm? I never see anyone rocking the white walls so that's why I did it.. I wish that bfg would make them with the red and blue like they do for our race tires
  9. nice looking set up. I work in paramount and drive all over.. ill probably see you driving around at some point lol
  10. I hope with the capless fuel fill, they corrected the angle or whatever the issue is. I cant move 2 feet from the nozzle without the sensor stopping the pump on my 15. Absolutely ridiculous.
  11. ill be the first to say that my Silverado reflector housings with a slyvania zxe bulb out performs my fxr retrofit. there is just not enough light that comes out of a projector for me. I cant imagine having stock projectors
  12. no need for a jack, you can easily compress it with one hand...
  13. while there is really no difference in drivability, dont think for a second that you aren't losing life out of the rack.. I believe they are about $900-1000 for a replacement.
  14. reflector housing projects more light.. even with my fxrs and hids, I still think that my stock lights with nice silverstar halogens produced more light. I really like the look of the projectors, but am considering putting the stockers back in. I hate hids
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