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brholtz02

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About brholtz02

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    Brian Holtz
  • Location
    Michigan
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    2017 Silverado LT High Desert option
  1. I've got to remount them, I have the Rigid up/down mounts on the way, I figured they'd be mis-aligined. But I think it will be worth the effort.
  2. I got them mounted this weekend, it took a lot off backyard engineering. They're not wired yet so I can't tell how well the are aimed. I've got a set of the up/down angled mounting blocks ordered and might have ti re-install the lights. The up/down blocks would have made installation easier, I had a set of 15 degree blocks that I glued together and then cut to get a bevel in order to bring out the bottom of the lights, plus you have to shave the inside bottom corner of the mounting block in order to get them level. Then I used a thin piece of aluminum behind them to firm up the air dam. I believe this is the only place to mount them in order for me to use them on the road, so either way I'll figure it out, might just take a couple of more beers.....
  3. Well, I took out the recovery hooks and will be mounting a pair of rigid flush mount srq-2's in their place. If I ever have to be pulled from a ditch, he'll just have to hook to my frame.
  4. Is Waxing Necessary?

    I have been using Liquid Glass for years. It is fantastic, goes on easy comes off great.
  5. New Member

    Hi new member, 2017 Silverado Crew High Desert package. Would like to mount some Rigid SRQ2 Flush mount with angled mounts where the recovery hooks are. Think the air dam is solid enough, or maybe I should and some aluminum behind the air dam? TXS for any input.
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