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    Big Rog
  • Location
    Fote Party Worth, TX
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    2017 3500 HD LT Dually

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  1. Denali cluster in SLT

    Anybody looking for a 2018 L5P Diesel cluster, saw this one on ebay today. Part# 8438-5169 https://www.ebay.com/itm/2017-Chevy-GMC-2500-3500-Instrument-Cluster-Diesel-8430-5169/163106348340?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 It is listed as a 2017, but I emailed WAMS to verify it would work on a 2017, but they informed me that it was for a 2018. Looks to have a scratch on the lens and small crack at a tab, but a good price anyways. Regards, big rog
  2. Denali seats conversion

    Here is a write up that Phil did:
  3. I have searched for answers to this but have not had much luck finding anything so far. I have a 2017 Silverado 3500 LT Dually. It came with manual cloth seats. These do not have the SRS (airbags) in the shoulder area of the seats. I found a deal on some heated and cooled leather seats out of an LTZ, and these have the SRS (airbags) in the shoulder area of the seats. I have read and understand the issues with getting the heated and cooled aspects working, but what I am not clear about is wiring up the SRS. Is it as simple as getting the wires pinned out correctly and you can have functioning SRS in the seats? I also read that the upfitter guide showed SRS wiring the same for LT - LTZ - Denali - SLT.....etc. Thanks for any insight on this. Big Rog
  4. I can’t say a whole lot. I only had them on my truck for about 10k miles. They were a little noisy, not as loud as others I have heard going down the highway though. Didn’t have a chance to try them off-road either. I raised the front by cranking on the torsion keys. It rode like crap with the stock tires on it like that. When I put the Kanatis on they did seem to soften the ride quite a bit. For 10k miles, they did not seem to be wearing out fast either. I liked them well enough that I bought 7 more to put on my Dually that I traded the black truck for. I had to go with the next smaller size, but I am really impressed with he ride quality on the new 3500. And I cranked the torsion bars on it as well. Only have about 1500 miles on the Dually so far.
  5. Sorry, I do not, and I do not own this truck any more. Being on the factory wheels the tires were pretty much flush with the body.
  6. Up for sale is a black leather steering wheel with cruise controls and audio controls, but without heat and without collision alert. This was taken off of a 2016 Silverado 1500 LT Z71. Was only on the truck for about 2 months and maybe 1500 miles. Was taken off and replaced with a heated steering wheel. There are no scratches or blemishes in the leather and still looks new. GM part #: 23278606 $150 shipped, continental US only (clock spring included)
  7. 2017 HD Hood Conversion

    shhhhwwweeeeeet
  8. 2017 HD Hood Conversion

    Another....GMC with HD front end.
  9. 2017 HD Hood Conversion

    FOund a Silverado that has the hood conversion with the HD front end.
  10. Thanks. I bought a white one off craigslist and had to have it painted. The high country trucks are not available in silver-ice color.
  11. Swapped out the chrome bumper for the high country painted with fogs bumper. Before: After:
  12. Denali cluster in SLT

    My apologies, I should have noted that it was for a diesel. Post it up for sale on here after you get it. I doubt you will have problem getting your money out of it. big rog
  13. Denali cluster in SLT

    Saw this on flea bay today: $125 and free ship. https://www.ebay.com/itm/2017-Chevy-GMC-Silverado-Instrument-Cluster-84385169/202315996527?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 was going to buy for my 2017, but WAM said it was for 2018......bummer.
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