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dplarson last won the day on October 23 2012

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  1. Is swapping 2500HD W/T / base to dual zone climate control possible? Sent from the demons in my head
  2. This was at the parking area at the summit. I'm in Billings so we get up there plenty but I haven't on a snowmobile yet. Sent from the demons in my head
  3. Oh man I just found this thread. Yeah, I've been looking up since I was a kid and still do. Lucky enough now to work at BIL doing IT support. Sent from the demons in my head
  4. Nikon D7200 some primes but mostly 70-300 FX and Sigma 17-50 DX. Airplanes, wildlife and cars oh my! Sent from the demons in my head
  5. Took the '17 2500HD to the top of Beartooth Highway today. 10,947ft no worries at all. Sent from the demons in my head
  6. Anything noticable different after the update? Sent from the demons in my head
  7. Do you have any reputable upholstery shops nearby? I used to have the leather side panel of the driver's seat in my Suburban replaced every few years locally. It was affordable and they knew these seats well. Never any problem with stitching coming apart, heaters always worked after they were done, etc. I would ask them about this issue if I was having this problem. Sent from the demons in my head
  8. Thank you for your comment about rear ride height. I couldn't agree more. I want to learn more about the lowering shackles. I was reading reviews for some but there were a lot of comments about modifying the bed so it doesn't sound as bolt on as I'd like. I have an angle grinder but I'm not sure I want to be using it on my new truck ya' know. I haul small stuff all the time, gravel roads, pull a camper trailer around periodically and don't want to reduce capability but damn the rear is high. Please report back if you level the rear. Sent from the demons in my head
  9. I only leave them on if I'm hooking back up within a couple days. Normally I take them off. I have never heard them making noise, with or without chains attached. Sent from the demons in my head
  10. I posted a pic of quicklinks in post #6 above. Same or similar to what crankman posted better pics of. Mine are 3/8 inch wide jaw from any hardware store that sells chain. Sent from the demons in my head
  11. Agreed. The quick links were a temp solution until I find clevis hooks NOT made in China. Sent from the demons in my head
  12. Here's a pic of the quick links I use until I replace the narrow hooks with new clevis hooks. Sent from the demons in my head
  13. Large quick links through the hitch holes and hook the chain hooks to the quick links... https://www.riggingwarehouse.com/products/RIGHARD01/[email protected]@2e19/[email protected]@[email protected]@2e04.aspx ...or saw them small hooks off and get some clevis hooks. https://www.curtmfg.com/trailer-parts/safety-chains-hooks/hooks/clevis Sent from the demons in my head
  14. I'm following because I'd want to do it with the correct switch as well. Easily worth $34 to me if I can find where to plug everything else in. Sent from the demons in my head
  15. So it seems to be the consensus that Bilstein 5100s are the way to go on these HD trucks. How are those of you who have them liking them? How do they compare to OEM? Sent from the demons in my head
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