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Sean Neilan

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Sean Neilan last won the day on March 1 2017

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About Sean Neilan

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    2015 Sierra SLT All Terrain

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  1. I have 275/55/20 (stock size) d range KO2's and it goes from 20psi to 50psi in about a minute. Roughly 10psi every 30 seconds. The only thing I don't like is that it gets HOT. Like when you're done and you take unhook the air hose, the male piece on the end of the hose will leave a burn mark if you touch it. I was actually a little nervous putting the hose into stowage right after use it was so hot. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I've got a z71 and average 16.5 combined per the dic over the last 50k. Pretty close to my hand calcs too. I don't do much highway driving though unfortunately. I just put on stock size KO2's and seem to have lost 1-1.5 mpg just from the added weight and resistance so yeah 14/15 isn't that far off lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Tire size doesn't include the tread, since that wears away. So figure a little under 1" for the tread and you'd get right around 33" for the tire size Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Where did you find a pressure chart for them? I've been googling all over and can't find one any where. I've got 275/55r20 D range and I'm running them at 40. Only had em for a few days so far though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Sexy photo shoot time! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Finished it up. Will probably clean up the wiring at a later date but I'll probably forget and get lazy. I kept the switch under the hood cause I'm not ready to start cutting my interior lol. The only downside to that is instead of it being connected to an ignition source it just directly wired to the battery, so it can run with the truck off if I ever forget or accidentally hit it and drain the battery, but I don't really foresee that happening given how obvious it is when it's on. After I lift her and get some light bars I'll look into an s-pod or some custom interior switches and redo the whole thing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Question for y'all with the KO2's. I just got stock size KO2's put on a couple days ago and I swear it feels like I have less resistance in the steering wheel than I did with the SRA's. Did anyone else notice this or is it all in my head? I'm assuming if it's true it's because the higher psi and harder rubber. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. With the more aggressive tires it's better to rotate them like an X rather than always swapping the fronts and back. This should help eliminate or at least cut down on any cupping and uneven wear. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Installed an ARB CMK12v on board air compressor on the spare battery tray of my 2015 Sierra. It's about 70% done, still need to wire it up. Also got some stock size KO2's Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Forgot this pic for drilling the holes. I put the bracket the only spot where all 4 holes laid flat. It's also convenient because it lets you rotate the compressor body so the Air chuck will point up instead of to the side. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Let me preface this with saying I am as mechanically inclined as a gorilla, if you have an easier way to do this please let me know. The first thing I did was a very scientific test consisting of driving in the rain and through puddles to make sure the tray stays dry. It does. This is part 1: mounting the compressor Step 1. Remove battery tray. More of a pain in the ass than I expected. You'll have to also remove the 2 bolts that are holding down the fuse box, and the clip holding the plastic wire guide so you can maneuver the tray out. Step 2. Drill your holes in the battery tray. I marked them and then used a 1/4" bit and then mount the compressor (Tip: I discovered by accident after the fact you can easily remove the compressor body from the bracket. Would have made mounting it much easier) I also rotated the compressor body so the Air chuck will be pointing up. Step 3: reinstall the battery tray. Much easier than removing it. Step 4: wiring. I have stuff I have to do so this won't get done today. Also I ordered a switch bracket because I don't want to cut into my dash for this so have to think of where I want to mount it. I'm thinking of just putting it on the fender wall next to my HID ballast. Also, this compressor comes compressor only. The pieces you need to connect an air hose are sold separately and I won't have mine til Wednesday so I'll finish everything up then. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. This came today. Am hoping to install it tomorrow morning but it's supposed to rain, so probably Friday. Getting my KO2's on Friday as well so when everything ready I'll be hitting the sand. Will update with pics and install Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Really a 2 part question. I take my truck to the beach a lot during the summer so a lot of airing down and up. Most of the beaches have compressors available but some don't. I've currently got some dinky $30 compressor from Autozone that takes 40 min to fill my tires back up. So question 1: what's a good compressor to get? I've been looking at the ARB ones but would rather not spend $250+ if I can help it. Question 2: would it be possible to mount it on the spare battery tray? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Rear air vents!

    Why all the sunroof hate? I love my sunroof and have never had issues with it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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