boyzzsandtheirtoys33 replied to Cholt2322's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsWhat would be a good price to sell my assist steps for? $100? Thank you for the help guys!
boyzzsandtheirtoys33 replied to Cholt2322's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI recently removed my factory Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 4" assist steps and would like to get rid of them. Does anyone have any recommendations on how i could sell them? I have tried craigslist and have not had any luck. Would anyone be interested buying them? I live in CT. Sorry for the off topic comment.
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boyzzsandtheirtoys33 replied to glendon66's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Issues, Troubleshooting, & Recalls/Service BulletinsReading this post made me remember that my truck started to do make that noise "pop" only when the truck had been sitting all night and i get in to my truck and turn the wheel all the way to left to get out of my spot and it make 3 suddle pops/clicks....is this something worth looking it?
boyzzsandtheirtoys33 replied to zmnypit's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & Modificationshttp://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/BOW3 will remove dash errors on most vehicles with bulb self check systems. Will also fix flickering of DRL's when used in conjunction with one of our HID harnesses.
the aftermarket fog lights connected to the factory connection so i did not make any angel adjustments. The LED fogs are 35w and about 6,000 lumens. You dont buy aftermarket led bulbs if you care about other motorist on the road honestly.
Apologies for the poor image quality. Side note: I installed a pair of Rigid dually's in the grill. (Custom Bracket)
If you are not 100% committed to installing an aftermarket muffler, my reccomendation is to have an exhaust shop remove the stock muffler, resonator and the V4 flap, but have them clamp the after market muffler you choose to install. Exhaust piping is pretty straight forward and easy to replace. I currently have a flowmaster super 10 series race muffler on my 2014 silverado, it is the loudest aftermarket muffler flowmaster makes. Ive noticed that the 2014 and newer silverados have a lot of sound denizening and i have no complaints on any drone noise. Personally i like to drive with the tow mode on because it lowers the gearing and is more responsive. On a cold monday morning when im on my way to work and hit the cold start bottom, walking out to my truck sounding like a freight train always puts a smile on my face and pisses off my neighbors reminding them its time to wake up. I will be adding a sound clip soon. I hope this was helpful.
I upgrade my low beams & fog light to DDM Tuning Raptor 35W LED bulbs. Ive been running these for the past year and have not had any issues with them. When the lights first arrived from ddm tuning i was very impressed on the quality of them, in the past ddm lights have been hit or miss especially with their HID Kits. I do recommend purchasing the led fogs lights they make a significant difference at night and you wont ever need to hit you high beams. Occasionally i will have an idiot Subaru driver flash their lights aggressively but the rest of the time people dont react. If you have a 2014 or newer Silverado you will need to also purchase a pair of headlight decoders in addition to the LED bulbs. Since Silverado have DLR light, the decoder is needed.
boyzzsandtheirtoys33 replied to Almboss's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI got the same style of lights from DDM and i modified the cap, all i did was drill a small home in the cao so that the wiring could fit through then i put a rubber gasket on both sides of the cap. I have not had any problems with the lights and im very impressed on how realiable and bright they are. I also have DDM led lights for my fogs.
The V4 flap "valve" is right behind the stock muffler, and yes a muffler shop can remove it, all they need to do is cut out the valve inline piping and replace it would new tubing. sorry for the late response! let me know how it turns out!
If i were you, id have them remove the resonator, keeping the resonator on keeps the truck sounding like its still stock. And the v4 valve is inline with the exhaust, located after the muffler. Any muffler shop can remove it, all they have to do is cut it off and weld in a new piece of piping. By removing the v4 valve it makes the truck sound alot better and takes away the hissing noise.
I installed a flowmaster super 10 series which they said is their loudest muffler. I left the V4 flap and deleted resonator. Ive had this new set up for 2 months now and there is quite a difference. I plan on taking out the V4 flap because at low rpms it makes the exhaust hiss a little, ( it does sound like a exchaust leak but I've had many people look at it and they say there no leak and that hissing noise is the v4 flap opening and closing. But driving around in tow mode takes that problem away and definitely turned heads. I hope this was somewhat helpful.
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