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  1. Much appreciated dude....I wanted something that looked better than stock without going too crazy. Guess I'm getting old lol
  2. I did have to trim a few inches back on the wheel well liner. Some people zip tie them back instead of cutting them.
  3. So I have put about 23k miles on them and the wear has been great. Very even, still ALOT of tread left and the road noise very little. I ran Cooper ATP's prior to these and these are just as quite with a more aggressive look and pattern. I have been happy with them
  4. I have this exact set-up and have no issues. Same size leveling kit with the same size ridge grapplers. I went with a zero offset wheel from Gear Alloy and they stick about 3/4 of inch out past the fender. Looks pretty good I think. I posted picture about two years ago, I don't have them anymore so maybe do a search for my user name and you might find them. I have a 2015 All Terrain in Blue Stone Metallic
  5. Yeah looks like it could be one of several pieces that might have failed. Guess I'll just have to swap each part over from the working side to find out which part is faulty. Thanks for all the info everyone. As soon as I get a day off next week I'll let you know what I find!
  6. Hi All, it's been a while since I have been on here and of course I stopped in with an issue. Been running the Morimoto HID set-up on my 2015 Sierra for over two years now with no issues until last week when I noticed the driver side bulb was out. No big deal I run the 50w bulbs and knew they would not last forever. So I grab a new bulb from the glove box (bought extra bulbs last year) and plugged it in but got nothing. I pulled out the second brand new bulb and got nothing again. I even used the new wire harness that came with the new bulbs and still got nothing. I reached out to TRS where I purchased the HID kit from and they told me swap over all the components from the passenger side one at time to narrow down which part has failed. I have not had time to do this because of my work schedule so I thought I might drop in here to see if anyone else has run into to this? And to see all the new pretty trucks of course Thanks, AD
  7. 2016 added light options

    Morimoto Led Fog lights have been great on my 2015 All Terrain - I believe they are called the XB Fog lights and I purchased through The Retrofit Source website.
  8. This has been talked about before but I don't think there were any economical solutions
  9. I did have to trim about 3-4 inches for the wheel well liner to keep the tires from grabbing them at full lock. I could have probably zip tied them back like most do but it doesn't bother me at all. No one can tell unless you stick your head in there lol. RC 2.5 with 2" rear blocks (not 1" sorry). http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1305-10.html
  10. Post your 2014+ wheel/tire set-up

    You should have no issues running that size wheel and tire on a leveling kit. Unless the tread is crazy aggressive and even then should only require minimum trimming or tacking back on the wheel well liner
  11. I have that exact tire and size with zero offset on a 2.5 level with 1 inch rear blocks with no issues. And I really like the way it turned out. If I was going to do more it would be a 4 inch BDS lift and nothing else.
  12. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Your truck should be used for a 'Tango & Cash' movie remake!! Looks badass man nice job!

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