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cbrsilv15 last won the day on May 4 2018

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About cbrsilv15

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    Matt
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    Ohio
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    2014 LT CCSB 4x4

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  1. Autozone price matches, so just go to whatever store is closer to you.
  2. Nah man. Retro’d MD2S 5.0 in LTZ housings. [emoji41] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. No need for a hot knife for these k2 trucks. They’re permaseal, but not terrible. Can be baked in the oven and opened up. Just use butyl glue to reseal and you’re done.
  4. Not much. Just an oil change and took everything out of the bed today. Getting a yard of mulch to tackle the flower beds this weekend.
  5. Link to those mounts?
  6. Bumper trim has to come off first. 4 bolts and it pops right out. Take off the plastic trim above the grill under the hood with all those plastic push pins. 6 10mm bolts for the grill, 3 on top and 3 on bottom. It pops right out. 4 bolts on each headlight to remove them from the truck. It sounds like a lot of work, but it took me about 30 mins to swap out my headlights.
  7. The striper relies on weight. RC car wheels will be too light and I always stripped out the plastic hexes on them anyways. Lol. Plastic isn’t strong at all. Solid rubber will be the way to go. I want to make mine 35-36” and it should weight almost 30-40lbs to properly fold the grass over. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. This is what I want to attempt. Use some channel strut and some rib rollers from a boat trailer. These damn wheels are expensive though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I've been doing quite the yard renovation over the last year that we've been here. I want to get a lawn striper for my 42" Husqvarna riding mower, but I don't want to pay that ridiculous price. I was looking at the checkmate one from bigleaguelawns and want to make a clone for a fraction of the cost. Does anyone have one and are they worth it? There's tons of youtube videos, but none really say if they're a waste of money or not.
  10. XVSilverado's Leveled 2015 Silverado

    Nice truck. Just an FYI, GM uses the term “double cab” for the k2+ trucks.
  11. Lots of info and posts if you search " heated steering wheel" up in the search bar.
  12. I love that daytime cutoff/color flicker. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. 1) Cool. 2) It seems the FXR has a more focused hot spot, which results in a little added distance. I have the md2s 5.0 and I love them. The fxr requires a lot to fit into the LTZ lights. Md2s only needs a hole drilled in the cap for the wires. Easy. 3)Yes, you will have a quad high beam with the splitter if you choose to use it. I upgraded my 9005 high to a 9011 hir bulb. A little whiter and puts out more lux vs the 9005. 4) I used the 3d printed brackets from @FastWS6TA in his kit, and the alignment is spot on. 5)The cutoff should be 2" down from the center of the projector when you are 25' from a wall on a flat, level surface. I thought about adding a light bar behind my grille, but with my retrofit, it is not necessary. I have also have some Rigid dot/sae fogs that are pointed slightly out for added width. I couldn't be happier. They have a nice cut off, and are actually street legal. I always had PnP HID's in reflector housings that were pointed down, to avoid blinding traffic. I absolutely love these lights and how they turned out.
  14. Lighted Tailgate Emblem

    Original post said “snapped it into holes in the tailgate” so........ 😂😂 I win! No 3m tape being applied to my arm hair!!!!
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