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    2016 Silverado 1500 CC

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  1. If I had a 4wd and lived anywhere that snowed the first thing I'd do would put Iroks or MTR's on. Iroks are more aggressive but they have more lug noise than the MTR's but functioned VERY well on my old Toyota crawler on just about any terrain.
  2. CA law used to be no tint (other than factory) on front drv/pass/windshield. Strip can be on windshield extending no further than 6" from the top and/or bottom from the windshield. As of Jan1 the drv/pass front windows can be tinted up to 30% (allowing 70% VLT). Keep in mind that the windows from the factory are about 12-15% so that can add up quick. CHP are all armed with light meters that can instantly measure light levels. While it's only a "fix it" ticket the cost of tint removal for ticket write-off isn't very cheap if you can't do it yourself. http://www.californiacarlaws.com/window-tint/ Having said that all of my windows are tinted to 50% except for my windshield. A lot of it depends on the mood of the officer and circumstances.
  3. "There's another mod I have to do!" I dread every time Phil posts.
  4. Thanks. It took me 2 months to decide on a wheel. They are Platinum Divine 410's by Ultra Wheel. http://www.ultrawheel.com/wheel/5914/410-divine/
  5. Even with my truck lowered 6" I get flashed all the time.
  6. Here's a good source for US flags up to 8x12. Not sure how many states have their own Prison Authorities but you can probably look them up on the goog. https://catalog.calpia.ca.gov/store/flags/?f:flagMaterial:in=cotton
  7. I have my flapper trapped open with the stock exhaust. It sounds a little better than stock but not really noticeable to anyone other than me. I did lose intake growl (AirAid MIT) since there is less back pressure. I am planning to do a full 3" single out exhaust this summer. Still working out the sound I want though and if I want to do headers at the same time.
  8. I run mainly on 91 and the truck runs great. Unfortunately 91 is as high octane I can get here in CA without additives. The lowest I've gone is Mid grade and it ran ok.
  9. These are what I am using for reverse lights... No image blur but they are very bright and will wash out the camera a bit. They light up my neighbors house quite well when I back out of the driveway at night. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HRI948Q/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  10. 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
  11. 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.
  12. 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.

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