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  1. It measures out to the 12909 with the 22" body oval. It was not chambered I don't think. You could see all the way through it. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  2. My truck is a 6.0l.the whole exhaust is stock with the exception of cutting in the big Magnaflow. It was done in 2015 and I don't remember the part number but i do remember it was long enough on our crew cab standard bed not to need any filler pipe. It is 3.5" in and 3.5" out with an offset front at least. The body is large oval. It may have been the 12909 but I would have to go down the where it is stored and measure to be sure. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  3. I have the big Magnaflow on my 15.it sounds good and does not have a bad drone unless we are towing our big 5th wheel up hill and hard. At 4000-4500 rpm it drones a bit. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  4. The name brand of the original device is called Rolljam. Someone basically waits with a code grabber and jammer for you to lock your truck with the fob. It jams the first send of the code so your truck does not get it all the while saving the code. You then realize it didn't lock so you send it again. The device grabs the second key then broadcasts the first so your truck locks. They then wait for you to go away and unlock your truck with the saved code. The device is about the size of a cell phone. This happened to my wife. She thought there was something wrong with her car and called me. I told her to lock it manually which on hers arms the factory alarm and won't let the fob work without key unlocking the door. A few minutes later a couple of guys were getting frustrated when their device would not open the car. Works with garage door openers as well. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  5. I used the hid bi-xenon kit from these guys https://www.fastheadlights.com and the morimoto Xb fogs. It's nasty bright but still has a good cutoff so I don't blind everyone. I think I will use some of the lumileds leds in the high beams so they match the bi-xenon hids. The kit from fast headlights makes the projectors high beams as well as the normal high beams. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  6. I know my truck is a bit older as a 2015 but I used this kit to go bi-xenon hid. I now have hid low beams with proper cutoff. The high beams are standard lower halogen but the hids pull off the shield and give a nasty beam that is amazingly bright. I also installed the morimoto Xb led fogs. http://www.fastheadlights.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=fxr_chevy_retrofit-kit_hylux Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  7. Different application but I replaced the dual filament signals on my dual sport some time ago with some 2 wire leds. I used a pair of these to allow both the running light and turn signal to work. https://www.amazon.com/Custom-LED-Blinker-Genie-Converts/dp/B00KH18U7W I don't remember them changing the brightness of the diodes at all. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  8. Gm gives our 2500hd 6.0 a 14k tow rating. We tow a 5th wheel that weighs right about 12.5k loaded. Over Donner or echo we can hold 45-55 at 5k rpm or so. She just sings at that rpm and the first half of the truck looks like it has orange neon under glow at night as the manifolds and cat set all the way to the y pipe glow brightly. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  9. I use the adhesive epoxy sealed reed switches like what you would have for a home alarm system to drive a relay. No open moving parts to corrode like the pin switches used to. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  10. If memory serves the cost of yearly registration goes up significantly with a 1 ton over 3/4 ton in our great state of Kalifornia. My 15 3/4 ton was $700 last year. I understand there will be a healthy increase again this year. My 73 3/4 ton 2wd was close to $300. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  11. 2015 2500hd z71 gas ltz Sent from my SM-G930U using Tapatalk
  12. Our 5th wheel has 2400lbs of pin weight. All it does is knock the truck level. Never been near the bump stops and still has that nice ride. Sent from my SM-G930U using Tapatalk
  13. Hell, we set it at 65-70 with the tow/haul on and let it go. On the flat it sits at 2k rpm or so. I have no idea what gear it is in. If it will tow in 6th it is doing it. It never kicks down on the flat or mild. It just rolls along without much care. If it gets really steep and windy we are pretty slow and it will make the first 6 feet of the exhaust glow pretty brightly. Dealer and other drivers say that this is normal and the trans has never been close to 200. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  14. We tow a forest river sierra 343rsok. It was sold to us as 10,800 dry but the door sticker shows 11,495 dry and a gvwr of 15,500. With our crap in it there is some weight but I have not ran into a place we could not go. Truck is a crew short 2500hd 4x4 Ltz z71 with a 6.0l. Sometimes a bit more power would be nice. The trans and engine have never gone more than 20 degrees over what they run empty. We get between 7 and 8 mpg towing though. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
  15. I have not yet had to slide my hitch back to keep it away from the cab. I do however have a profiled nose on the 5th wheel which helps a lot. I can not get closer than about 6" going forward full lock. In reverse, in a bind, on a compound angle I probably could. Sent from my SM-T800 using Tapatalk
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