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My buddy had a set of grapplers but they wore pretty quick. They took them back and replaced them with Terra Grappler G2 and these are wearing much better. I also had very good luck with a set of General Grabber AT on my F150...will be looking hard at them when it comes time to replace the SRA
OK I screwed up. I have a cigarette burn (yes stupid I know) on the back seat. I found factory seat covers for around $100. I am seriously considering ordering a new one. I would have ot remove the bottom seat cover on the 60% side of the rear bench (no fold down armrest or cupholder). It looks like the only thing holding the seat cover on is the J channel on the bottom rear of the seat. Is this correct??? would i just have to unhook the j channel, pull the old one off, put the new one on and re-hook the J-channel?? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks
These have hold down points on the Drivers side only. They are heavy rubbery material and have a great lip all the way around, there is also deep tread to trap all the crap coming off your boots. THe bottoms of all the mats have points on the bottom side and they do not move around.
Finally got some of the stuff I ordered for the truck installed this weekend. First was a 2.5" Rough Country Level with the 1" bigger block in the rear. I am sticking with stock tires until they wear out. I also took the Extand Trifecta off my 2011 F-150 and it fit damn near perfect on the GMC I ordered a set of stick on vent visors from AVS and installed those I had Rugged Ridge floor liners in my last truck...they were AWESOME, so I ordered a set of the Cabelas All Terrain liners which are made by Rugged Ridge. I am very pleased with them too
Quick question guys. My RC 2.5" Level kit (with rear block) arrived yesterday and is being installed on Friday. I have 18" wheels. I am probably going to leave the crappy SRAs on there for the time being, assuming it doesn't look foolish. However, if I were to put a new tire on they will be either BFG AT KO2, Nitto TG G2, or General Grabber AT2. I know a lot of you guys are running 275/70/18 with no problems. My question is more in the performance (mpg) and tire wear. Would I be better off with a LT275/70/18 E load 10 ply tire 57.5# each or a 265/70/18 SL 4 ply tire 43# each. There is only about 3/4" difference in tire height. Would the 10 ply wear better? Would the 4 ply give me a substantial better mpg? The last set of tires I had on my F150 were the Gen Grabber AT2 10 ply and they had 40,000 on them and looked like new still compares to the Cooper AT3 I had on there before that which were pretty much junk after 45,000 miles. I wasn't sure if the better wear was due to being a 10ply tire??? I put this in the 2014-2016 full size forum before I saw the tire and wheel forum...my bad
Quick question guys. My RC 2.5" Level kit (with rear block) arrived yesterday and is being installed on Friday. I have 18" wheels. I am probably going to leave the crappy SRAs on there for the time being, assuming it doesn't look foolish. However, if I were to put a new tire on they will be either BFG AT KO2, Nitto TG G2, or General Grabber AT2. I know a lot of you guys are running 275/70/18 with no problems. My question is more in the performance (mpg) and tire wear. Would I be better off with a LT275/70/18 E load 10 ply tire 57.5# each or a 265/70/18 SL 4 ply tire 43# each. There is only about 3/4" difference in tire height. Would the 10 ply wear better? Would the 4 ply give me a substantial better mpg? The last set of tires I had on my F150 were the Gen Grabber AT2 10 ply and they had 40,000 on them and looked like new still compares to the Cooper AT3 I had on there before that which were pretty much junk after 45,000 miles. I wasn't sure if the better wear was due to being a 10ply tire???
Well, I just read through the better part of all 104 pages. I just purchased a 2015 Sierra DC. Last night was dark and rainy...to say the headlights sucked would be an understatement. My trucks build date was 8/19/15, so that means there is no need to flash the computer. It does have the Phillips bulbs in there, it sounds like the Vosla will help at first but will dim over time and they will not last anywhere near as long as the Phillips. It sounds like upgrading the fog lights and then doing the fog/high beam mod is the best solution right now!!! Am I missing something?????
2011 F-150 XLT 4x4 Supercab. Had the 3.7 NA engine. This engine is MUCH BETTER and mpg is up
The more I drive it at night, the more I get used to the low output LED shining on the cup holder. I still would like an adjustment somewhere for the 8" screen. Right now I'm in the process of deciding on/ordering floormats, vent visors, and level kit. Floormats- My wife had weathertec and neither of us liked them. I had the Rugged Ridge in my Ford and absolutely loved them, I'm having a hard time ordering anything but those. Vent visors - Think I'll just get the AVS ones. Undecided on in-channel or stick on but I think stick on is the way to go because of the bounceback/pinch sensor issues Level kit - I though for sure I just wanted the motofab 1.5" level, but now I'm thinking about the 2.5" RC kit including the bigger rear block.
Hi guys, I just purchased a 2015 Sierra Double cab 4x4 Z71. Love the truck so far. Few quick questions that I haven't found definitive answers to in search yet. 1) When driving at night is there a way to lower the light intensity on the 8" display without adjusting the intensity on the dash? Manual said something about an Auto, Day or night choice in the Settings menu but I can't find it. 2) related to #1. Does anbody else find the LED that shines down on the cup holder at night while you are driving annoying?? Is there a way to turn it off? Planned mods. 1.5" Motofab front level Tri fold Tonneau (took the one off my 2011 F150 and it fit just fine. Vent visors (in-channel or stick on...any recommendations?) I usually put a bug deflector on my trucks, mostly to help with sandblasting and rock chips on the hood. Any recommendations?? Winters/mud here in the northeast typically suck...I had a set of Rugged Ridge floor mats in my last vehicle. Will probably buy a set for this one too. THey have a nice high lip and really trap all the crap off your boots.
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