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Maxsuperdog

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About Maxsuperdog

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    Darrin
  • Location
    Central Michigan
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    Male
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    2016 Silverado LT. 2010 389 Pete

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  1. WTB: Black window belt molding for 14+ crew cab.

    Looks pretty easy. I'm up for a trade if you are. I'm on the road until Friday so probably won't get it done and shipped until Saturday.
  2. WTB: Black window belt molding for 14+ crew cab.

    Any idea how hard it is to get them off? I'm interested in a trade if it isn't too difficult.
  3. Your first issue is that you're using XM. This is very low quality. How do things sound when listening to a CD? The front door has a 6x9 in it if I remember correctly. Can easily put a 6.5 in there with an adapter. The dash has a 2.5 in it. Kinda hard to find these but they are out there. I put a 1 inch tweeter in my dash by making a simple mounting plate made out of a cutting board. JL fix will take speaker level inputs, a flat signal and RCA outputs. There are also many amps on the market that accept speaker level inouts
  4. O gauge does fit in the door channels. It requires removing all the zip ties that are factory installed. It's a tight squeeze but doable. Probably about the same amout of work that your doing.
  5. The chimes are only loud if you have the volume cranked.
  6. Remove the seats and cut 2 1/2" off of the retaining hooks on the back. When you lift up the seat bottoms the back of the seat also rises up and this will allow them to clear the latches.
  7. Everything is mounted to a piece of plywood that's been painted white. That was then attached to the rear wall with a combination of Velcro and liquid nail. For wire I used Temco O gauge welding cable run to my distro block. You can find it on ebay. Temco 4 gauge to the amps. The O gauge will fit in the wire raceways in the door sills if you cut the existing zip ties. Run the wire and rezip You can also do a rear seat fold down mod. Cut 2 1/2 inches off of the retaining hooks on the back of the seat.
  8. Had the Magnaflow installed and the tailpipe turned out in front of the wheel.
  9. Tapping the rears in the B pillar is the easiest and will work just fine.
  10. King size bed

    I recently purchased from dreamfoammattress.com. $750 shipped to your door. This is my first ever memory foam and I am amazed at how well I sleep.
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