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FREEZE451

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  1. https://www.amazon.com/Motorcycle-Daytime-Running-Backup-Clearance/dp/B07PCPHQZQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_7?adgrpid=56347461832&gclid=Cj0KCQjwy97qBRDoARIsAITONTK5ej6xZN-Er7Me-d-jOhns-YpulVjcxVXjyoQ5lHFk0ZaHSHzK7DkaAsXCEALw_wcB&hvadid=274706471483&hvdev=m&hvlocphy=9020241&hvnetw=g&hvpos=1t1&hvqmt=e&hvrand=2482414475253885012&hvtargid=kwd-302117161640&hydadcr=18788_9444568&keywords=eagle+eye+led+red&qid=1566090399&s=gateway&sr=8-7#aw-udpv3-customer-reviews_feature_div Took an hour or so, nothing crazy. Didn't have any reviews when I ordered them and now they seem to have a bad one, but I have not had any issues. Just tapped into the running lights.
  2. I would strongly recommend good tires, can't stress that enough. Sure you can tough it out and make due, but if you can afford to get some decent tires, do it.
  3. I just put the putco 60" blade on a week or so ago. It's a bit spendy, but like mentioned above -- It's super bright and comes with a 3 year warranty:
  4. Got the truck detailed, can't complain Child 1 & 2
  5. Put on a Putco Blade as well as two eagle eye pods in the step wells:
  6. Got a photo of the Putco 60" LED Blade, as well as some pods I put in the steps -> linked to running lights, so they are on when my other lights are on. Looks pretty sweet at night.
  7. Also, have the Putco 60" blade which I'll get some pictures of soon. I'll be honest I was a little concerned with the taillights but it looks so clean I wanted to keep that look - so that LED blade helps a ton. The blade really lights up and even provides a nice reverse light up.
  8. Decided to black out the taillights and have some new shoes
  9. I have no kids, and %100 stand behind the crew cab. If you've ever had one, and you like a double cab, not sure what to tell you. The extra space is way worth it in my book. * To add a note of regret. I purchased a brand new doublecab. My wife and I couldn't stand it, and within a month traded it back for a used crew cab and even though I lost money, it was a learning experience I won't forget - I will never buy a double cab unless unforeseen circumstances. This was a couple years ago, and now I'm back with a different crew cab again, but didn't for a second debate for a double cab.
  10. Any chance those are a different output than the 14-15 sierra? I've had 2 sierras - 14 and 15, and both times I struggled in the county - both times prior to tinting the windshield. Once I did the windshield tint I knew I was updating the bulbs regardless, but prior to that they always seemed like a dull yellow.
  11. Yup! The stocks just don't cut it, and tinting the windshield doesn't help, so along with the bad bulbs I did do it to myself a little bit.
  12. Just want to add that I too put those retrofit 5500k HID's in 3 days ago, and they are %100 better than factory. The stock halogens are just not right in my mind. The HID's totally make the difference, I would highly recommend them; took around 1.5 hours to install and that was taking time. Once tip would be to silicone the crap out of the grommets, but couldn't be happier.
  13. Well, made a super odd discovery.. I was asked to bring some cinder blocks to another location, total weight... 264 lbs (8 * 33lb quotes). Probably the best ride I've experience in the truck. I went to the store, grabbed 5 bags of sand 300 lbs - perfect fix for now until I nail down the Magnetic Ride Suspension sensors. Rides amazing. Proof: I do have the cover up so it doesn't look to ghetoo for a Denali lol...
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