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  1. The memory module remembers the position of the mirror for reverse-tilt, so you’d need the OEM seat memory buttons for this to work...this was per Pgamboa but I think he was looking into a way around it. But I’d imagine you’d need both power-fold and memory seats. So only most SLT/LTZ & Denali/HC models. Would be nice to get all of this info on one page I agree, but sounds like a lot of work to compile all of the info.
  2. Ask WaterFowler - he set this up for us and I believe he has the same truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Go back a couple pages on this thread. I did a full breakdown on my cost to upgrade from a stock LT to a fully loaded LTZ with OEM & aftermarket parts. It was way cheaper to do it this way based on what LTZ items I wanted. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. That exact thing happened to me when I was swapping my cloth seats for Katzkin. Turned out I didn’t have one of the plugs all the way connected under the driver side seat. Reached under the seat and was able to push/hear it click in place. This fixed it for me. Hopefully yours is as simple.
  5. Couple more pages back. Page 932 on this thread.
  6. Yes sir, shellz cover. Holding Up great! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Was actually $750 after I rechecked - through MRT. Fox 2.0s were $880 Borla S-Type could be $100 more as well. Tried to get as close as I could. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. About 1.5" up front from the Fox factory settings. Kept the rear block stock. You can adjust to get closer to the 2-2.2" of lift if needed without UCAs. I'm planning on a CST 3" spindle lift/35" tires once I've passed the 50k+ miles. Only about 15k miles on her now. Probably a little too much info, but I figured if you didn't use it, someone else would. Here's the breakdown of the build estimate: $ 500 Leather Katzkin (ebay, installed myself, custom leather jumpseat because E-assist models have a slightly longer cushion) $ 450 for DL3 Mirrors w/ Pgamboa harness & new folding button for OEM factory look - (Sold DL8, kept stock blue cap) $ 200 for the rear and front bumpershellz to be paint matched $ 230 for the front bumpershellz (rear was free from a Forums Member) $ 200 for used painted LT grille, (grille was $200 online, sold mine for $100 and $100 to get the 3 tracks painted on the new grille) $ 500 LTZ Tails w/harness - (still have stock tails to sell or swap when trading) $ 350 LTZ Headlights w/ harness - (This is from acquiring both headlights online, then selling my HID headlights, painting the LTZ headlights, and a harness from PGamboa, took 3 months) $ 800 Borla S-Type exhaust (still have stock exhaust for trading in/selling) $ 1500 wheels & tires (sold stock tires and wheels for $ 500) $ 100 Stainless steel bolts to replace the zinc ones around the Method NV 17x8.5 0 offset wheels $ 600 BakFlip MX4 $ 900 Fox 2.0 front & back $ 750 Kicker PowerStage $ 500 Valentine One Radar w/ bluetooth, harness, and mount $ 500 for clear bra on full front hood, and full front fenders $ 100 - Window tint $ 100 - Custom stainless steel skid plate $ 200 Tailgate LED bar $ 30 Mudflaps $ 50 black wheel locks Spent about ~$ 8,500.00 on all the parts above. All of the aftermarket parts will most likely be sold before trading in/selling. LTZ items will stay on the truck. Best thing about this price, everything was installed by myself/my dad in my or his garage at home. The tint & clear bra were professionally finished, but that's it.
  9. We just got a Sony a6000 with some nice lenses. I’ll make sure to take some better pics in the next couple weekends. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Couple pics. Truck is originally a LT. Added a pic from when I picked her up at the dealership for under $30k. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I’m running 285/70/17 on a 1.5” level up front with 0 offset wheels. No rubbing at all. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. You have a 2WD truck? CST all day. 3.5” Should be able to fit 35s under there. I was planning on doing this upgrade once I get to 60k miles. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Don’t know what color off the top of my head, but just do a voltage test when using your blinkers to see which wire is causing the hyper flash. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Well it’s taken a solid month but my sheet metal crew finally finished my custom skid plate. Made out of 24 gauge stainless steel, type 304. This design is meant to look just like the SDHQ skid plate and come in way under budget It’s made out of one piece of flat metal, bent and cut to fit. Weight about 10-20 lbs. Tow hooks cutouts and all, every edge has a hem on it. Got the truck up to about 95+ MPH and not one noise on the highway. Made 1 small mock-up, 1 test mock up out of 26 gauge galvanized metal, and then this final. I scrubbed it down last night with a metal brush, primed, and painted flat black. Blends in nicely. Best $100 I’ve ever spent. Beats the $500+ prices I’ve seen out there.

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