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Sean403

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About Sean403

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  • Name
    Sean C.
  • Location
    Canada
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado 2LT
  1. Hey the ads here suck. Every time I load a thread I get a half page ad that I have to minimize. Adios.
  2. I had pretty bad swirls after the dealer damaged and repainted my door. I also picked up a DA polisher and fixed it myself. Just did the whole truck for the first time yesterday
  3. Possible to bend the frame during a collision with it in place. Not to mention causing additional damage to the other vehicle. Take it out or I'll steal it.
  4. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B01CY6FM1Y/ref=oh_aui_i_d_old_o1_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I have this one. Fits in my double cab well enough
  5. Anyone able to find the silverado fogs on amazon?
  6. Re: rear fogs Typically I've only seen them on British cars and a few German ones. I usually just turn my hazards on in extreme rain or fog
  7. As a side. I'm going to install the morimoto led fogs. I think they'll actually so something in the fog or heavy snow.
  8. Ya but it costs around $3000 Cad.
  9. Don't put in HIDs without having projector housings.
  10. Chrome steps look good as there is already some from the factory. Personal preference if you need them. I use mine so I guess I'm biased.
  11. This isn't true. It all depends on the configuration and types of differentials. My wife's Nissan Rouge is 'awd' with open front and rear diffs. Basically it is 1 wheel drive. At least with the g80 I am getting 3wd. In my opinion for true 4wd you need locking diffs front and rear.
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