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  1. 15 points
    Deep matte black vinyl wrap with a gloss black chrome delete!
  2. 13 points
    Everyone out here complaining about sunglass holders being removed Well......here is a new one This plus cooled seats equals heaven Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  3. 12 points
    So why did you buy the 19? All of these items could have been figured out within the first 5 mins of reviewing the truck?
  4. 10 points
    Fuel Assault Rims 20X10 -18 on BFG KO2 305/55/20
  5. 10 points
    35s and rubbing 2" spacers Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  6. 9 points
    Added 2.25" Southern Truck Leveling Kit, HD LUXX 20x9" wheels, AMP Terrain Attack tires @ 285/55 -12 offset Loving the look and ride so far...
  7. 9 points
    Battery power is for screw guns, flashlights, etc. and vibrators.
  8. 9 points
    What: Tried to get the 35s on stock TB to rub. Why: 'Murica. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  9. 8 points
    This is a pic I took which I thought would be pretty cool to post. Old and new.
  10. 8 points
    Hey guys, Something very exciting to share with you. A lot of people have been interested on whether or not this 2.5-3.0 HMI retrofit would even be possible in our older generation of trucks. Well, I'm happy to say that the proof-of-concept is here for you to take a peek at Like I mentioned in the video, there are still some kinks that we need to work out. Navigation is handled in a different way on the newer HMI than the previous version, and we're still testing access to other stock 2019+ vehicle applications (onstar availability, store compatibility, wifi hotspots etc.). But I'm happy to report that not only does it work on our test bench, but it also works in my 2014 (which I think is pretty sweet). In regards to the new 3.0. Carplay and Android Auto are working as you'd expect, but they're faster and less buggy that with the old HMI's. the entire unit is just a nice face-lift and snappier to use all-around.Go test a 2019 Sierra and you'll see what I mean. We are also working on some pretty fun unlocks and features for these units as well, so keep your eyes peeled. I'm hoping to be able to offer a full retrofit kit for the new 3.0's in the not-so-distant future. There are a few things that need to be sorted, harnesses to be made, etc. to facilitate a seamless upgrade experience, but we're getting closer and closer each day and I figured it was time to share a bit of our progress. Please, if there's any questions you have post them below. I'll be happy to answer Thanks again for reading/watching. Feel free to PM me about any of your vehicle update needs. *****Q&A***** 1. Does this require the HD screen? A - No. This was done on a 2014 SLE with the SD screen. However, we CAN retrofit an HD screen into the system. 2. Will we be able to provide unlocks for this generation of HMI like Video in Motion, Rear Camera in Motion, Boot Logos and more..? A - YES. We will post those upgrades and mods here as well as to their section on the T1XX area of the forum when they become available. (Hint hint, soon) 3. What hardware is required to complete this upgrade? A - Right now, there is a fair bit going on behind the scenes to make this work, and we're still not fully at 100% functionality. These units use new HD cameras, they connect to certain components differently and use some completely different components... All of this has to be taken into account when we make a retrofit kit. So while this isn't as simple as a 2.0-2.5 upgrade, we're working hard to make it as easy as a swap as possible.
  11. 8 points
    Got new wheels. 20x12 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. 8 points
    Just wanted to say that I, for one love my new 2019 LT Z71 Silverado. She just keeps getting better and better it seems. Just got back from a trip today and, the ride quality was silky smooth. The handling and response from the throttle is like a sports car. To me anyways! When I went to get a new Silverado, I really had no idea what I was in store for. For all I knew they were the same as the year before. Alls I knew, is that I was coming from an 07 Classic, with 270k miles. And, I love the truck. I also had a 2003 Silverado. Well, when I got there, I couldn't believe just how nice and better the new 2019 Silverado is! Sits up an inch and a half taller I think, has the biggest cab it's ever had, the styling, especially the front end is just so dam cool. The interior- I love it. The cluster gauge to me, is nice and clean. Nothing too fancy, and I love that. The back up camera is great. And, I already mentioned just how good the ride and performance is to me. So, in a nutshell, I am extremely happy I wound up with a 2019. So, just gonna end by saying Good Job GM!!
  13. 8 points
    Got my exhaust tips powdered coated black!
  14. 8 points
    Here is with the 285/60R20 Toyo Open Country R/T's
  15. 8 points
    Went from 24”s (top) to 22”s (bottom), no more rubbing haha! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. 8 points
  17. 7 points
    Picked mine up today LT trail boss. Loving it so far.
  18. 7 points
    If you spent $4000 on a stereo yup you are an idiot, the ability to waste money does not make you intelligent, educated or an audiophile, just an idiot. By the way I am an audio engineer.
  19. 7 points
  20. 7 points
    Upgraded my 2015 Silverado cluster to a denali cluster.. shout out to whiteautoandmedia.com Great service and outstanding work.! Couldnt be more happy about it! Highly recommended!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. 7 points
    A little fun in Barstow CA
  22. 7 points
  23. 7 points
    I thought religious talk was frowned upon here? The climate changes every day, it rains here and not there, the sun rises every day in the east and sets in the west. The wind blows over there, then here, then somewhere else. Carbon Dioxide is not a pollutant. The first thing one learns about Communism is that it is built upon lie after lie and has no basis in reality, it's evil. Long live the Small Block Chevy V8! What is the usefulness of an electric vehicle after a hurricane knocks out the power for a few days, week(s) or a month? Zip, zero, nada. NO THANKS!
  24. 7 points
  25. 7 points
    Of course you paint the calipers when you service the brakes.
  26. 7 points
    Very excited to share this! BCM Programming, finally done! Special thanks to WAMS - www.whiteautoandmedia.com - Hyperflash Deleted - Turn Signal Indicator Failure Deleted - Remote Start increased to 20 Minutes - Remote Start enables (for trucks that don’t bVe remote start) - Fog Lights stay on with High Beams (and have FULL control) - Fog Lights stay on with Intellibeam/Auto High Beam (if equipped) - Tap to Pass (Turn Signal Activation) increased from 3 blinks to 4 blinks - Key Fob - Front Windows Roll Down, Driver (and Passenger for SUVs) will Roll up on key fob lock - Key Fob - All Windows Roll Down (for trucks not equipped) - Heated Seat enable (for trucks that didn’t come equipped with heated seats) - 98MPH Speed Limiter increased Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  27. 7 points
    As long as a V8 pickup is available, that's what I will own.
  28. 7 points
    Didn’t like the plastic looking trim pieces above and below the sliding back glass so I wrapped them in gloss black vinyl this morning.
  29. 7 points
    Thanks to those of you who patiently waited for testing to be completed! As most of you know we have been doing these for dealers with new clusters since launch but we hadn't had a chance to test a used unit due to scarce availability (people aren't wrecking these things which is good!) and with the base radio as dealers were ordering these for higher trim level trucks. We have now completed our testing across both brands and all infotainment systems and as such we are now taking orders for used units as well. We are also offering a "one stop shop" if you will with new clusters as well if thats something you are interested in as well. You can also chose between High Country or Denali style depending on which physical gauges suit your fancy. You can see the product and important details here and as with the K2 platform we are proud to offer this is an approved modification with no impact to your factory warranty https://www.whiteautoandmedia.com/product/2019-t1-denali-high-country-cluster-retrofit/
  30. 7 points
    Fresh detail. Polish, gloss works glaze and Pete’s 53 black pearl.
  31. 7 points
    This was yesterday put put new wheels and tires (third diff set) I’m finally satisfied and happy with it. 315/70/17 KO2 17x9.5 BR Roku wheels Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  32. 6 points
    Oh rubbish. Deletions: Adjustable seatbelts Power pedals Sunglasses holder Additions/ improvements: Rear AC vents Increased room in every measurable area Flatter rear floor Storage in rear seat backs (most trims) Electronic parking brake opens up some leg room Keyless go (most trims) Steering wheel no longer oddly off center of drivers seat 4WD switch no longer exactly the same as the headlight switch and right next to it Available heated rear seats Available 360 camera Available HUD Available camera mirror (why don’t these options count?) Thats the interior alone. Couple that with a vastly improved driving experience. DFM is near seamless. 8 speed is improved, and 10 speed is flawless. New driving modes to tailor steering and shift points to your driving style. Lighter weight. Better brakes. Wider and deeper pickup box. Power tailgate. Multi pro tailgate. You start to add the stuff up and realize it sounds a bit foolish to reject the T1 on the basis of power pedals or a seatbelt. It’s improved by every measure. Also, if the Ram was the perfect vehicle and the total benchmark in every area, I would have bought one, you would have bought one, we all would have. But we know that’s not true and the perfect truck doesn’t exist. I’m sorry but your K2 is not it either. I couldn’t get out of mine quickly enough after driving the T1. It’s night and day. Sorry.
  33. 6 points
    Here is a few more pictures after I washed the truck and put tire shine on
  34. 6 points
    Followed a forum members write-up on adding a switch to the bed for LED lights to work independently from the switch inside the cab along with adding 2 additional LED strips along both side of the bed. And installed my new Denali cluster, thanks to Chris at WAMS for such a fast turnaround time in programming and sending it back, everything works. Now I see myself actually looking at my cluster more while driving.. Also got the new AA interface update finally from Google and I'm liking the new look.
  35. 6 points
    Only thing I have done this week was get my truck dirty by driving a 100 miles of back country roads at speed. Got to love good suspension.
  36. 6 points
    I just put this level on 2 weeks ago. Ride is good very smooth. I have the factory 18's and was not sure about width for the new tires so I decided to run 285/75r18 which is 34.8 by 11.2. I have a slight rub with this height at full lock in reverse. I do want to in the next year or so look at replacing the UCA. I have yet to find one for these, but ready lift said they should be close and they will include it with their level when released in mid August.
  37. 6 points
  38. 6 points
    You're overlooking the fact that the Ram had a 7100 lb GVWR and a PATHETIC 990 lb payload rating. Most Chevy Colorado's have a higher payload rating than that tubby POS. So much for its 10k lb tow rating. It barely has the payload capacity to handle the tongue weight of most bigger trailers. Or you're left choosing between pulling the trailer or hauling the family to the vacation spot. The F-150 rode soft because it only had a 6,750 lb GVWR. The Silverado had a 7100 lb GVWR, a 1,590 lb payload rating and was riding on 22" wheels. Of course the Chevy was going to stand out as the roughest ride. Do you want a TRUCK or do you want an overweight, truck-shaped car? Because the Ram does a better job as a car than a truck.
  39. 6 points
    A few days of nice weather means black still looks good!
  40. 6 points
  41. 6 points
    This is the best I've got for now, I'll get some better ones another day.
  42. 6 points
    Painted my white fiberglass fenders over the weekend. Glad to be back in the single color paint club
  43. 6 points
    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  44. 6 points
    I ended up buying the Silverado! 5.3L LT Z71 4x4 Double Cab. Features were way above the Ford, and just plain liked the truck!
  45. 6 points
    Couple more shots of it wrapped up! Now it won't be able to get any Colorados pregnant....
  46. 6 points
    Yes. Working on it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  47. 6 points
    I don't know, man, I know plenty of gas-powered vibrators out there... They just happen to be late model GM products with the "Chevy Shake" or running on a dead cylinder or 3
  48. 6 points
    For a guy his size that is top down.
  49. 6 points
    There's so much exaggeration goong on about the ride that's hilarious. Some guys are making it sound as if the truck racts like it jumped a curb whenever you drive over a crack in the pavenment. Drive a half-ton with 10-ply tires and get back to me on how a 2019 Silverado rides. Yeah it's a firm ride if you have the Z71 package. The Z71 package has ALWAYS been best described as a firm if not jittery ride thanks to the twin-tube Ranchos. It should be re-iterated that most 2019 Silverado RST's have a high GVWR relative to the cirb weight of the truck. The truck is designed to ride level when there's a significant amount of weight on the rear axle. That's always going to result in a firm ride as your unloaded suspension travel is going to be less. It's an inherent trade-off in truck design and has been that way since the truck was invented. You can get a softer sprong rate, but then your truck is a floaty, unstable POS when hauling weight or towing a heavy trailer. That or even a little tongue weight causes the soft rear suspension to sag quickly and you end up blinding traffic with your low beams at night and your high beams are confusing pilots flying overhead. Riding rough on a dry, hard packed dirt road won't be the biggest concern. If a half-ton truck has a soft spring rate and softer shocks for driving fast on dirt roads, you're going to end up going through stock shocks a lot faster. I've seen trucks melt the seals on their Bilstein shocks by drivong down such roads in the summer. Want a soft riding half-ton that can run down a rough dirt road at high speed? Buy a lower GVWR half-ton truck. A 7200 lb GVWR truck with cheap twin tube Ranchos isn't what you need for that kind of stuff.
  50. 6 points
    From my roadtrip home after buying it out of state. Took the dealer mudflaps off as soon as I got home.
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