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About geswek

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  • Birthday 11/29/1981

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  • Name
    Storm
  • Location
    Jacksonville, FL
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    1500 LTZ Z71

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  1. I traded the piece of shit for a Hummer. I get better gas mileage. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Tailgate LED light bars

    Bingo. I was trying to think if that would be large enough. LOL. You the man! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Tailgate LED light bars

    Oh snap; I was thinking of that crappy $10 one by CURT that is just a long freaking cable. My bad. I'm thinking -- I don't know if parts store would have any type of malen crimp on that would be large enough to lock into the female side. If it was me I would probably get a 5 pin plug replacement and cut the wires on LED light bar; re-solder it myself into a 5 pin with reverse tied in. Maybe someone else has trick for you.
  4. Tailgate LED light bars

    You got the triple line from Opt7 I assume? Snooping your build thread. Is it lagged? I heard that the triple line will lag due to controller that activates LED's, sequentials, etc.
  5. Tailgate LED light bars

    It's really not -- the harness I use is actually an inline unit that goes between the truck harness and the actual assembly that your 4 pin and 7 pin connectors are built into. It provides a 4 pin pigtail that is physically behind the bumper. What you have I assume plugs into the 4 pin on the outside part of box and then you route it behind bumper to keep it concealed. This is what I got and it keeps my trailer connectors free for actual need. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001A1M1J6
  6. Tailgate LED light bars

    I see that now—people are using a different harness than I did. I thought he was referring the harness that’s hidden behind bumper. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Tailgate LED light bars

    You can't because it's a 4pin not 7pin on the LED bar; the reverse wire will have to be tapped into the reverse wire on your taillight. I used the left one and just popped it out; pulled wire up and tapped it inside behind the housing.
  8. I had a 2019 Ram as rental car; 4WD. It was definitely much nicer and comfortable inside than anything else. I’ll give them that and it rode nice. I did have few occasions where I flipped dial to gear and hit gas m, didn’t move, then jerked into gear. I think aesthetically it’s pleasing and interests me but reliability concerns me. The new Chevy is growing just wish they had thought better of interior. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I had thought and forgive me for the idiocy. Stock height truck with 4.10’s isn’t all that bad right? I’ve been having this dream lately that I may remove my 6” RC lift and go back to stock. However truck does have 4.10 gears in it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Tailgate LED light bars

    Those of you with Opt7 Redline—is your signal off sync? I heard that it’s off by about 1-2 seconds from your regular turn signals. Also get the harness that goes between the plug on your bumper and the harness behind hitch. It gives you a 4pin cable for tailgates and leaves the rear looking stock. Best $30 I ever spent! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. You need to check all wires from when the lift was put on. I drove my truck for 3 months in stock gears before I put new ones in. Changing tire size with tuner only affects what you see on dash and transmission shifting pattern. It doesn’t tell cruise when to shut off. Your cruise control not working is either bad wire that was moved after lift or you got a real cruise control failure. Unfortunately the dealer is already giving you crap because you lifted it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I loved my truck...... I made stupid mistake of getting on Autotrader to see how much prices on trucks dropped. I found a number of fully loaded 2018 LTZ Z71’s for 41-42k, including the 100 year anniversary one. Wife looked at me with those eyes. You know, the ones that say “you little #%^*. You just spent $7000 lifting and re-gearing your truck and now you want a new one? I don’t think so!” [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Yep; I couldn’t hear it with the windows up. I didn’t tie the loose feeling to it either. Thought it was just the truck being a brick in wind. Could have been worse. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. HAHAHHAHAHHA! I called the shop today and they were like “what?” Even they don’t believe that it has to be re-torqued every 3000 miles AFTER the initial re-torque. They had no answer as to why the 4 U-bolts on each side came loose. I’m be glad when new year comes and I rip this crap out. I should have spent the money and went with BDS. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I’m serious. Am I smoking? I have never had to torque a lift every 3k miles. Even jumping the damn thing. This is new to me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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