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Sick71

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  1. Hoping I can get the wheels that are scratched when the new ones are installed, then I will powder coat them and either sell them or have a winter set of wheels.
  2. They are! I'm having to wait 4-6 weeks for the wheels because of the strike.
  3. Yeah I couldn’t believe it when I noticed 1 scratched wheel, then another, and another, and then all 4! But the shop has been stand up and are making it right.
  4. So I’m going back with the original wheels. I just really like them and most of you have pushed me in that direction anyway. Thanks for the advice everyone.
  5. So I had new tires put on my truck, and they managed to scratch all 4 of my wheels! They are stepping up and gonna pay for new wheels, I can either get stock replacements or if I want they will put aftermarket ones on. I really like my stock All Terrain wheels and was thinking I may even use the metallic gray from the wheels for a stripe on the hood. If I go aftermarket that idea is done. I really like the Fuel Lethal wheels and the chrome ones really caught my eye. A little worried about chrome and winter salt on the roads in Nebraska. Looking for opinions
  6. Highway seems to be about the same (haven’t driven much though) around town seems to have taken a 1-1.5 mpg hit though. Maybe just more throttle to get them moving?
  7. So i needed new tires and went with Nitto Ridge Grapplers in the 295/60/20 size on my 2015 Sierra. Think they look pretty sweet! I’m running a 2” level and that’s it. They DO RUB on they sway bar at full lock, it’s the aggressive side lugs that rub and I can live with that. Otherwise they fit just fine. Was running a 275/60/20 BFG AT KO2 before. These look much better! But I seem to have lost a few mpg’s with the Nitto’s. Might be too early to tell, only been on for 10 days. If you’re thinking about getting a set of these I’d go for it!
  8. I did 2" level with that same tire but a BFG KO and I love the way it looks. Didn't touch the rear.
  9. I had mine done before I took possession from the dealer. Cost was around that $800 mark. Mine is a '15 GMC All Terrain in blue and it has the fully painted front end.I do not have 1 rock chip in it! I recently saw it's twin at a local dealer so I stopped in to check it out, the front bumper had several bad chips in it, and the front end/hood had a few. SO I'm very happy with the $800 I spent to have mine still look new! Worth every penny as far as I'm concerned!!
  10. Better thread: http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/182794-be-proud-and-show-your-4-incher-off-photo-thread/
  11. I like the looks of the painted moldings. Anyone done a blue one? Maybe I'll be the first??
  12. Nice! Like the flares, looking good!
  13. Has anyone painted their GMC fender trim blue? Would love to see some pictures of it, or pictures of cooler coordinated fender flares. Thinking I would like to do it to my A/T???
  14. I'm interested in your DIY where is it located?
  15. If Chevy had built them like this I may have bought one, instead of my GMC AT! Love what you did to the front end! Now paint the rear bumper!
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