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  1. Just installed 275/60r20, K02's 2 weeks ago. I did tighten the torsion keys 1/4 higher than stock. And there is some minor rubbing on full lock on the wheel wall liner but no metal on rubber contact. They look great on the truck but I'm honestly regretful as they have a very loud hum between 25 and 45 mph. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  2. This is a straight plug and play. I had them on my Sierra 1500 for 4 years without any incident. They draw 22w each, which is less than any 5202 halogen bulb Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  3. We had a thunderstorm a few weeks back here in Dallas and while driving down a country road at 35 miles per hour, I came within about two feet of hitting a down tree because the headlights in these truck suck. I did an FXR conversion in my previous Sierra so I know there it's certainly an opportunity to improve the stock headlights considerably I swapping out the projectors and upgrading to a 45 or 50 watt HID kit. there's some point in the future I'll upgrade the stock headlights but for now I decided to focus on some dedicated, off-road / severe weather lighting: 1. DD SS3 Pro fogs -
  4. Sorry it looks like some of the photos failed to load Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  5. What size tires are you running on your setup. I just bought a 2016 LBZ, it has 265/60r20's on it at present, but I would like to put a 275/65 r20 on it. The 265's look a bit too narrow I'm hoping the increase in aspect of a 65 will give me a little bit better ride quality. The truck has 85k on it so I was going to go ahead and replace the junk rancho shocks with fox shocks, turn the keys up 1.25 in and call it a day. Unfortunately the aftermarket rims I believe have a zero offset so they're already sticking out a little bit in fact as you can see from the pictures the 265 just abou
  6. You can use the frame as your ground so all I had to do was t-tapp the 7-pin trailer connector the center wire is reverse Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  7. 1. These are made by Baja designs they are the S2 sports. They make a pro version that have twice as many lumens however these would only be good for off-road use. I wanted something that: 1. Could use all the time, without blinding drivers. - 42 degree horizontal spread - Very narrow vertical spread, similar to SAE fog lights 2. Did not require me to cut holes in my bumper 3. Gave me just a little bit more lighting when backing up with my dump trailer. 4. They make interchangeable lenses thus I can change the pattern or color for around $12 I went with the Amber, Wide beam pa
  8. Don't know why I waited so long to install these. It's so much easier to see backing up now. Not a lot of options for install locations without fabricating some sort of bracket so I installed them directly underneath the footsteps, and wired them into the 7-pin trailer harness. I chose to go with the S2 sports over the PRO so I could have them come on in reverse. (PRO's would be to bright) Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  9. Swapped the Rigid Radiance+ for a BD s8. Had my friend C&C a custom bezel for the s8 since it's 1inch shorter then the Rigid. Not sure what to do for PODs Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  10. Well remember towing weight on a flatbed like a vehicle is a little different than towing a travel trailer which is just a giant Airdam Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  11. I did put some bags on my truck it's helps level it out and a weight distribution hitch is a must. I have towed all over, never had a problem in the hills, driving to Flagstaff I had to slow 2 55 on several grades, but that's not the end of the world really need biggest challenge is the poor MPG. This pic is a few years old but when I came back from Phoenix I had my trailer loaded down is truck I was certainly pushing the limit of my 1500. Just remember the 6.2 will tow better on the hills but it will still have the same limitations as the 5.3 in the wind. It also has a smaller payload we
  12. I tow a 2013 outback 250rs, with the 5.3 & 3.42 combo. Pulls just fine, but I do get sucked around a bit when semi's pass me. Running E85 helps, but mpg is terrible. Probably the only real challenge is not having Tow Mirrors, which sucks ass, and using clip-ons is embarrassing, but I don't tow enough to justify a 3/4 or 1 ton. Trailer Specs Dry Weight - 5,915 lbs. Payload Capacity - 1,635 lbs. GVWR - 7,550 lbs. Hitch Weight - 640 lbs. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  13. As we speak I have a custom reducer on the CNC machine so that I can swap the rigid light bar for a Baja design s8 in the center grill. I'll try to post some pictures once it's done but that sucker is bright Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  14. Just bought a 94r, like 40min ago. BatteryPlus has a 20% coupon right now. Brings the price to $266.51. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  15. Has anybody actually tried upgrading to rear camera for 170 bucks I would expect, a crystal clear picture which this product does not provide however it is certainly an improvement. Given that I just broke my tailgate handle I may be the guinea pig is the cost of replacing the tailgate bezel from GM is on par with the total replacement Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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