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kweable

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About kweable

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  • Name
    Kevin Weable
  • Location
    Rockwall, TX
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2016 GMC Sierra All-Terrain X
  1. That is exactly the look I'm going for. I don't know why the Denali's don't fit the 1500. It looks as thought they are the exact same style and everything. :/
  2. Yes! Thank you. I should be able to just black that one out. I haven't seen one for the '16 and '17 1500 before.
  3. I have a 2016 GMC Sierra All-Terrain X and would love to switch the stock grille out to a black honeycomb style like the Denali. Problem is...I can't find them anywhere. The Denali replacement grilles I've found state that they do not fit the Sierra. Then I can find them to fit the '14 and the '15 Sierras, but not the '16 or '17. Am I missing something here??? Thanks!
  4. Thank you! It is a 7" Rough Country lift with 35/12.50/20 Nitto Trail Grappler MT tire. The wheels are Fuels. I don't do any off-road really, mainly just road driving. I have just always lifted my trucks cause I like the looks of them. I am real happy with it. I only had to do a very slight trim to the air dam under the front bumper and have little to no rubbing. Truck rides great and I love the look. It definitely sits high enough. I don't go into any car washes, drive throughs, or parking garages that aren't at least 7'3". The only other thing I'm going to do is add some Bilstein 1500 adjustable ride height shocks down the road. Thanks again.
  5. Cool. Thanks for the info. Your truck looks awesome. We have the same truck ('16 GMC Sierra All-Terrain X) but mine is black. I can tell yours is just a bit more level in the front. I am rather OCD when it comes how it sits. I am also real weird when it comes to noises coming from the front end caused from stress and wanted to make sure that wasn't going to happen. Thanks for the info!
  6. Are you happy with the Bilstein 5100 adjustable shocks on the front? I have a 7" lift and would love about 3/4" extra lift on the front. Want to make sure it is okay to do before I go spend the money and go through the hassle of getting them installed. Thanks!
  7. Nice! Can't wait until I have some time to give it a stab. Thanks again for all the info...HUGE help!!!
  8. It's also weird that the light will work when the button is pushed on the dash, but it doesn't when the brake pedal is pressed nor when the truck is in reverse.
  9. Man...can't thank you enough for all this info. It seems to me that it shouldn't be as hard as their instructions make it out to be. I would think that it would be as simple as group of wires to reconnect, but it seems that it's going to be way more difficult than I imagined. Weird.
  10. Great info. Thanks for letting me know what all you have tried and please, if you don't mind, let me know what you find out from the dealer. Mine acted like they couldn't figure it out and that it wasn't their problem.
  11. My ride

  12. Appreciate your insight!!! I did unplug the light that was wired to the roll bar. Now I have an empty plug underneath the truck which, in my mind, should plug up to the 3rd brake light on top of the cab. But...no one, including several different GMC dealerships, knows where the 3rd brake light plug is located and if it would even plug back up to the one that the roll bar was plugged into. Funny thing is, the light works when you flip the switch on the dashboard but the brake light portion doesn't. Thanks!!!
  13. Has anyone taken off the roll bar of a All-Terrain X and re-wired the 3rd brake light??? Love the truck, didn't like the roll bar, want my 3rd brake light to work Thanks!!!
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