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lagerman72

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About lagerman72

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    Tulsa
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    2015 Silverado
  1. Post your 2014+ wheel/tire set-up

    No flack from here! I think it looks great and have the same set up and size, except Cooper Zeon LTZ's.
  2. Stock wheels on lift kit

    Not sure if you've seen this thread or not but there are a ton of pictures in there.
  3. What everyone else has said, definitely adjust. I added a level to mind, then lined up against a wall and dropped both down. I can still see just as good as if the truck wasn't leveled and do not get any flashes (4 years now). It's definitely hard to see when these newer trucks that are lifted come toward you at night blinding you due to not taking care of it.
  4. Dash looks really nice! I haven't seen a leather appointed one in our trucks in person, so I'm definitely going to have to go and check one out to see if this is something I could work into mine.
  5. Awesome, thanks! I can’t believe the amount of work on these but appreciate all the time and trying.
  6. Were you able to get the heated ventilated seats to work? I assume yours didn’t come with that from the factory.
  7. Mine was replaced under warranty, died at 34 months and 31k miles.
  8. How often do you get flashed?

    I'm leveled with halogens aimed back down to normal and don't get flashed at all. I will say it's getting increasingly harder to drive at night with a lot of people putting HID's into non HID housings and just glaring down the road, especially in lifted trucks that haven't had a thought to headlight aiming.
  9. Add Heated Steering Wheel to 2017 LT/LTZ?

    The wire to check and see if it’s hot will be under the knee bolster, under the dash. You don’t have to take the wheel off to check for power on that.
  10. Clock spring removal?

    No spring under there to surprise you and it will just slide back on, nothing to it really.
  11. Clock spring removal?

    Pick up some circlip/snap ring pliers. They're made to pop that off and then once your connectors are unplugged (possibly two under dash) your clock spring will just slide off.
  12. You’re correct. Only comes on with my hand pushing the button.
  13. Finished up wiring my new to me heated steering wheel into the harness and then sat back and marveled at the little light for turning on!!! (wheel heat is good too)
  14. Heated steering wheel

    Thank you! This was the one I couldn't find any reference to and the ones that were listed in the thread showed as incorrect or obsolete.
  15. '16 Sierra SLT from 2016 to present

    Nicely done, truck looks great!
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