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AgDoctor last won the day on December 21 2013

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  • Birthday 10/21/1980

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    Golf, ATV and UTV punishing, Fishing, Woodworking
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    2017 GMC All Terrain CC SLT 6.2

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  1. The deep tinted factory glass is 35, but looks darker because it is homogenous throughout the glass. I have found that 20% does match factory looking from the outside, however 20% is darker side by side from the inside. Many tint shops don't stock these, but 25 and 30 both match closely from in and outside the vehicle. That said I always put 15 on the front 2, tint the back to 5(not with 5), and the front strip I use actual 5%. This is illegal in GA but it's hot and it is acceptable most of the time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I would assume that's close. Mine was a true 4.5" lift plus the added tire height, you should be able to add 2.5-3.0" and be safe.
  3. Mine looks to be about 80” to the top of the Onstar shark fin. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 2017 Sierra AT 6.2 4.5" Zone Bilstein fronts set to stock height, 5125 rear 1.5" Bora spacer rear 35x11.50x20 Ridge Grappler No rub or scrubbing. I have stamped steel UCAs. Front is a little lower than the rear with rear blocks, but I prefer that for towing(1"). I have had the lift for several years and like it. I only have 14,000 miles on the truck and only drive it on weekends. I like it. With 20's(stock)nothing wider than an 11.50 will fit and not contact the UCA. With 22's(stock) you can run a 12.50 easy. Offset wheels will allow space for the UCA but then the bumper and fender come into play. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I have Bilstein 5100’s front and 5125 rear(custom length 5100 for lifted applications). I really like the Billy’s. Definitely an improvement over the stock Ranchos that bounce like a rodeo horse. I was wanting the 6112’s but they weren’t out when I bought mine. I don’t have any input on those but I have heard good things. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Some systems that have a 6" lift are at or close to flat CV angle/suspension angle. Some others(BDS/Zone) are level at 4" and have elevated angle when set to 6". Saying all that you will be fine e with stock arms with either lift so lo g as you do t try to stack another level spacer in there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. My 2017 with a Zone 4.5 has this issue. At first I thought that it was the shaft bolt indexing from when I installed the kit, but after rotating it 180 degrees it did the same. I haven't priced the new CV shaft but am aware that I would fix the problem, I just don't know if I would need it or how much it costs, or where to buy??? In 2wd I don't notice it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. How much of a difference did it make? Satisfied? Total cost? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Looks good. Nice choices. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Yes the BDS strut will work with no problems. I'm not sure why you want to do away with the top spacer as it will allow you to run any off the shelf strut that you wish. You can also get in touch with CST for their coilovers. Sent via Morse code
  11. I am running the 5100 Billys on the front struts and added Bora spacers(1.5") to make the rear match the front. I didn't go fix because I heard they were stiff. I have the 5100s on the stock setting(no lift). Tires are Ridge Graps 35x11.50's, and mileage is about 15-16 avg if I take it easy on it. I haven't seen over 16 yet but I only drive this truck 3,500 miles a year so far. I floor it often. I have a work truck so this one sits in the garage often. I love the look and would do it again. Install was not too bad. Sent via Morse code
  12. 35x11.50x20 Nitto Ridge Graps Sent via Morse code
  13. I like gasoline or diesel engines. Today's engines are not only durable, but also very dependable. If you use a truck for things that trucks are designed for, you will at some point either be waiting for many hours somewhere unplanned, sitting on the side of the road stranded, or forced to realize that your electric truck is unable to perform as needed. I see no need for electric trucks and I would be seriously surprised if they truly are greener, stem to stern with MFG costs, charging station infrastructure, and the fact that most of the electricity is co.inf from somewhere. Solar electricity isn't very sustainable in my opinion, at least in the Southeast, as they put up the solar farms in actual arable land/farms. The panels are taking food production away and polluting the land with heavy metals, concrete, and cables. Everything has a cost. Sent via Morse code
  14. The GM Embark Aluminum Max(Retrax) allows the use of the auto drop tailgate every time I have tried it on mine. Sent via Morse code
  15. I went with this cover because of the 20% discount plus free shipping and was also able to use my GM Rewards points also. The cover was ordered last Friday and came in on Tuesday(obviously the strike didn't effect the accessories). $365 discount was nice. It is warranted for 3 years by GM and guaranteed to fit. The assist handle for the MultiPro tailgate works and the auto-down tailgate still works. It was easy to install and works nicely. The color is matte black and it's powder coated all aluminum constructed. There are no T slots on my cover although there may be one on GMC's site. I like the retractable better than a trifold personally. This one is made by Tetrax and the email they/Retrax sent me said that it is the ProMX with another name for GM. Sent via Morse code
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