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Goinovr

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    Ryan
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    Sacramento, CA
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    2016 Silverado 1500 CC

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  1. I'm planning on replacing all of my interior speakers. Most likely with the CT Sounds line. Just haven't decided if I want to do a component 6.5 for the rear or actual 6.5 mids. If you do replace your speakers pick up some fast rings. They make baffling between the adaptor and door panel much easier. Or you can try your luck with the walmart sticky foam. https://www.crutchfield.com/p_541FAST6/Stinger-Roadkill-RKFR6-FAST-Rings.html https://www.crutchfield.com/p_541FAST6X9/Stinger-Roadkill-RKFR69-FAST-Rings.html?tp=2809
  2. Thinking about this I would run a piece of 1/4" plexi or pvc attached to the rack base to cover the gap. Then add a rubber stick on gasket along the edge where it would meet the toolbox. You would have to decide the best method for attaching it to the rack base. Epoxi/liquid nail or some kind of screw/bolt. Best part about using plastics is you can get them in just about any color and it would be super cheap to replace when needed.
  3. Just quoting because I laughed at the autocorrect. I used windex then thinned isopropyl alcohol when I installed my 3rd so the new seal would get a good stick.
  4. I had water intrusion problems with my OEM 3rd. Went with my current aftermarket that had a really nice foam seal and no more problems.
  5. This is as close as I can find to the LED's. I got them off the Geek app. https://www.ebay.com/itm/2pc-High-Power-3W-LED-Eagle-Eye-Under-Car-body-Kit-Lamp-Truck-SUV-Fog-Light-Blue/253101767663?hash=item3aee0a7bef:g:BKIAAOSwioxZll8O&vxp=mtr https://www.ebay.com/itm/10x-Blue-CREE-LED-Rock-JEEP-ATV-4x4-Off-Road-Truck-Trail-Fender-Underbody-Lights/282549878325?_trkparms=aid%3D777001%26algo%3DDISCO.FEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D49453%26meid%3D33814a68fb034b6683dfc780bd8fd780%26pid%3D100651%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26&_trksid=p2481888.c100651.m4497&_trkparms=pageci%3A9434061e-c8c1-11e7-92b8-74dbd1800093%7Cparentrq%3Ab77cf1db15f0ab6ab9352f4bfffe705b%7Ciid%3A2
  6. Picked up a 10 pack of heavy duty, metal body LED's for $8. Tapped the dome light for interior. And for just under $50 I picked up the wiring harness for the bed lights and tapped it with some 8" COB LED's for the bed.
  7. Do you have the ebay link for this still? The design matches my taillights almost exactly. *Nevermind...Found it!! https://www.ebay.com/itm/SMOKED-BLACK-REAR-TOP-3D-LED-CARGO-THIRD-BRAKE-LIGHT-FOR-14-18-SILVERADO-SIERRA/401408188609?fits=Year%3A2016|Model%3ASilverado+1500&epid=2260254810&hash=item5d75cae0c1:g:o-MAAOSwqYhZwbIE&vxp=mtr
  8. FS: 17" OEM Wheels/Tires

    Set of 4 wheels and tires off of my 2016 Silverado. 255/70-17 Bridgestone Duelers have 4200 miles on them. Wheels/tires have been garage kept since being taken off a few months ago. No dings or curb rash on wheels. Tires re-mounted and balanced at Costco tire center after swapping TPMS. TPMS sensors were transferred to new wheels. $1100 obo
  9. Hit up the dealer to find out who they use then get a price based off of telling the shop the dealer sent you their way. Name your parts/service guy. Quotes I've been getting are all in the $399 range for Rhino.
  10. I've never heard of AMP tires but the tread design looks good and they look good on your truck. Will be interested to see how they perform in the long haul.
  11. Here's the links to the lights I picked up. Reverse: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HRI948Q/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 License: https://www.ebay.com/itm/2x-White-168-194-2825-9-SMD-LED-Bulbs-License-Plate-Lights-for-Silverado/182134428502?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 COB is circuit on board which is the latest generation of led technology and tend to outlast older style LEDS like SMD and resin captured single diodes. Also with COB LED's you get more lumens with less power consumption. I not only run those lights but also use COB LED's for my interior accent lights and my bed lights.
  12. They're not specifically JDM but most likely out of the same Chinese plant. I linked both. The reverse lights are 1100lumen. They light up my neighbors entire house when I back up.
  13. I've had my reverse lights almost over a year and they are glowing strong. License plate lights are a few months old but still good. I just make sure I get the cob based LEDS with full connection tabs vs the diode/cob LEDS with single wire connectors.
  14. Just a cautionary tip. The colors blue and red for lights on the front of vehicles are reserved for emergency vehicles. I would check your local regulations before going blue or maybe get some rgb leds wired to a remote to change the color when your vehicle is in motion.
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