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KJS Sullivan

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About KJS Sullivan

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  • Name
    Kevin
  • Location
    Kansas city
  • Drives
    2015 Sierra 2500 Denali 2015.5 Duramax

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  1. Help me choose

    The grill looks cool tho😁
  2. Help me choose

    Agreed go with closest to the turn signals
  3. Custom carbon fiber gauge faces

    I have 15 Denali might be int. Will check out website.. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  4. I was just going through some of the reviews and pictures and I thought it looks like a Ford Flex then I came across this comment here yes it does look like a Ford Flex. Removing everything except for between the windows looks great on that truck. Good job, I like the creativity people have.
  5. Largest tire with stock 20 inch wheels

    Great site , thanks for posting
  6. Well as stated above I replace my trailer controller and appeared to have the same problem with the service trailer message coming up. Then after a day or two I realized I took the fuse out the 30 amp fuse to see if that would stop the message from coming on. I put the fuse back in, ( my error) with the new controller on and I made sure my brake fluid was topped off, everything is functioning as it should. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  7. A good reference just to get on eBay and see what they're going for. I watched eBay forever to upgrade my 3/4 ton Denali to the 20in from the 18s and I was able to get so many different prices from $1,200 all the way up to $2,500. I ended up getting a full set with Lugnuts everything including center caps for $1,400 and that included delivery, and no miles. I then turned around and sold my a 18s with the mileage on the tires of about 25000 miles locally for 1500, on craigslist Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  8. Debadged truck pic request

    Looks great
  9. Thanks for the input, I will get the hang of this platform sooner than later :-) picture as requested :-)
  10. I just put in my new brake controller and it's still doing the same thing. Next I guess I will check how clean my connections are. When we removed the module everything looked beautiful clean, maybe I'm missing something else. 1 bulletins I saw said check the brake fluid to make sure it's topped off I printed that off from another site I am going to try it. If I have any luck I will certainly post what I accomplished. Maybe I'll be posting pictures of my new Toyota or Nissan or other vehicle LOL. This really sucks because my replacement price of my vehicle for 2018 is $75,000. That's money GM will not be getting for me next time around.
  11. Has anyone just installed a an individual aftermarket brake controller? I think that's one option I may have to do. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. I understand where you're at, I'm ready for a change myself. Toyota's looking good. Argh Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  13. Service Trailer Brake System message

    Having the same problems with the trailer brake warning system. I did replace my controller and I still have the same message Next Step checking the brake fluid other than that has anybody heard of a fix?
  14. Thanks for the input. There are so many categories on Tapatalk it's amazing. Anyway, I did find an answer to my wheel spacers and cutting the studs I ended up going with Bora 2in spacers and I will not need to cut studs at that point. Now to find the correct posting area for other topics LOL thanks for your input
  15. Not sure if this is where I should post a question however I am wondering do you have to cut the studs on a 1 inch or 2 inch spacer on a 3/4 ton Sierra 8 lug? I want to add a spacer to my wheels for a better offset but I really don't want to get involved in cutting the factory studs. Any help would be appreciated and forgive me if this is not posted in the proper section :-) Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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