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  1. Purchased mine on ebay. were cheaper than amazon at the time.
  2. OP do let us know the outcome of Of Mice and Chevy vs General Motors. Me and my cousin vinny have a case in which we believe were due compensation for these bug splatters on my front end.
  3. please be sure to report back on the changes of the vehicle and its driving performance after you get the BB tune. Very interested to hear your thoughts.
  4. the 5100s do not ride rougher (read:unpleasant) - I have two sets of them on both of my lifted trucks (an 84 k20 and a 15 2500hd). "Firmer" and "more planted" I feel are better adjectives to describe the Bilsteins. The truck became much more pleasant to drive going with the 5100 vs the stock shocks and the crappy lift kit shocks on all roads at all speeds
  5. 35x11.5 look great on stock wheels. IMO the 12.5's are just too bulgy
  6. it should. there was an option to choose either gas or diesel in the drop down. Give them a call before purchasing though. their tuning handheld is different from the one i got that is used primarily for diagnosing, and recalibrating etc.
  7. I would return that thing ASAP man I got this: https://superchips.com/shop/gm-flashcal-for-truck and it works very well. recalibrated my speedo and changed my tpms threshold as well. the directions, if I recall, are super simple. plug it into the OBDII under the dash, turn the key to "on" - DONT turn the truck fully on. the device powers on, and you follow the steps on the handhelds screen all the way to the end which is simply hitting ok, letting the handheld work its magic, and then unplugging. FYI measure your tires with a measuring tape while theyre on the truck to get their most accurate size.
  8. that makes sense! i read into your comment the wrong way. Thanks. Just picked up 3 cans of the wax coating from Daubert
  9. care to expound on that more? is your link a "rubberized undercoating"? im a little confused here with your phrasing...or are you meaning using other rubberized coatings NOT daubert X-121B
  10. a 12 wide wheel and a 35" tire on just a leveling kit, oh yeah, itll rub tremendously- probably even worse than that. A bumper spacer, norcal mod, and then cutting the bumper up would help a lot to alleviate it. After looking on customoffsets, there are guys with leveling kits and 33's and 20x12s that are still rubbing. The joys have having square wheel wells! also...I have an 8" lift, 22x14s with 37" tires, a bumper spacer, norcal mod, and still had to trim my bumper lol- and i STILL slightly rub at full lock. I understand your frustration haha.
  11. also. use the customoffsets.com gallery. best tool to search for setups you may like.
  12. looks like a leveling kit and a 20x10 setup. the lip size is making me think possibly a 20x12 and he just rubs like hell when turning
  13. i have had a 2015 silverado 1500 and now have a 2015 Sierra 2500hd. Both got the HID treatment as the stock halogens were just terrible.No install issues. Just need to trim the dust covers to feed the wires through-make sure they get sealed up well after to prevent condensation forming inside. My 15 z/28's reflector and halogen setup was actually even worse so at least terrible lights run in the family lolll
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