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aaronkylekrueger

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About aaronkylekrueger

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  • Name
    Aaron Krueger
  • Location
    Colorado
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2014 Sierra Crew Cab SLE 4x4

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  1. Hood protection

    Yep, been driving it 300 to 400 miles a week for the last 3 years so I figured I’d double up the protection. Especially with the rocks on the colorado roads in the winter
  2. Hood protection

    I’ve had mine installed right on top of the clear bra, no problems with the 3m tape. Been that way for about 2 and a half years, and over 75,000 miles
  3. I finally got around to buying the same led lights you're looking at, only in h7 because I have anzo headlights and they are definitely worth it. I would recommend them.
  4. Resonator Delete Question

    I do not but I'll see if I can get my hands on one from a buddy
  5. Resonator Delete Question

    https://vimeo.com/127892553 That's about the best sounding clip I could get. Going down the on ramp with the windows up Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Resonator Delete Question

    I can't get good sound out of my iPhone mic, and can't do it in the driveway cuz the neighbors already complained about my roommates exhaust (straight piped with no cats lol). Anyone have any suggestions to get good sound quality?
  7. Resonator Delete Question

    I have a 4.3 with a super 44, flapper is off and the resonator is gone. I liked the sound and the drone wasn't bad at all in my opinion. I added a cold air intake from Injen technologies and it really changed the exhaust sound around 2300rpm to 3000 rpm. Exhaust sound is a tricky situation because everyone has different opinions on what sounds good but with that said I really like the way it sounds. Not loud going down the highway or around town unless you get on it
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