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MacA

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  • Name
    Mark
  • Location
    Concord, NC
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  • Drives
    2015 Silverado LTZ 4x4 Crew Cab
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    1) Spending time w/ my family, 2) My job in NASCAR Racing, 3) Photography
  1. Zane and Josh (and anyone else working on the upgrade) ...... THANKS for the efforts. I have been involved with forums for close to 20 years now and I know first hand what a nightmare these types of upgrades can be. Your patience dealing with these inquiries is impressive! So again, THANKS for this awesome forum and all the headaches you endure to maintain it! To all members that are frustrated by this change .... try to have patience as well. Change is good! In a short time all will be back to "normal"!
  2. Thanks for the info! Pretty cool design!!
  3. Tell me more about that camper you have there? Awesome picture BTW!!!
  4. Exactly what I was thinking. I like the concept though!
  5. Post Pictures Of Your Trucks

    Thank you!
  6. Great sense of humor! It's a good thing to have around here!
  7. New Member from TX

    Congrats on the new truck. Good choice! Welcome!!!
  8. New to Forum

    Congrats on the new truck! And WELCOME to GM-Trucks!!
  9. If your headlights were properly aimed before leveling your truck then you are definitely aiming too high with the level (per factory specs). The "courteous" thing to do is to check them and adjust as necessary. When I did my level (2" RC) on my previous 2007 Silverado, I noticed a couple of times when I was sitting behind a car at a red light they were shielding their eyes from the mirror reflection. And I wasn't "getting flashed" either! After a little research and checking my settings I was about 5" to 6" too high (@ 25'). I followed the same basic procedure outlined in the above video. After the adjustment I still had good forward visibility, and I'm pretty sure the vehicles around me appreciated it. I recently leveled my 2015 (2.25" ProComp). I went through the same procedure and found that I was again about 6" too high. All good now. Here is a good courtesy quote I found.... "Courtesy is simply doing unto others what you would like them to do unto you" ... unknown author
  10. Post Pictures Of Your Trucks

    I recently blacked out the 4X4 decals and my bowties, cleaned her up, and decided to take a few new pictures. Loving this truck!! 2015Silverado_Sep2017-09 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr 2015Silverado_Sep2017-03 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr 2015Silverado_Sep2017-21 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr 2015Silverado_Sep2017-07 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr
  11. I used the flat black vinyl wrap on the front and rear bowties just to see how it would turn out. I figured as cheap as the vinyl was that it wouldn't break the bank if I didn't like it. To my surprise it was rather easy to apply and it appears to be staying put for now (4 weeks). Here are a couple of pics.... 2015Silverado_Sep2017-09 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr 2015Silverado_Sep2017-03 by Mark Anderson, on Flickr
  12. They are 275/60R20 w/ a 2.25" ProComp leveling kit.
  13. They are BFGoodrich All Terrain KO2s in 275/60R20 (33").
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