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coty52 last won the day on April 27 2019

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    Coty A.
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  1. Yep. Thats what lets you move the fender liner back.
  2. This isnt great pic (lots of rain and muddy jobsites lately). But it shows the end product of triming. I used a cut off wheel so its not super smooth but i dont rub and that was my concern. Trim inner mudflap, and throw a ziptie through fender liner hole to pull it back and has been fine for over a year now.
  3. Your problem is going to be that since you went with aftermarket wheel, youll rub alot more than i did and need more trimming. As far as the ride, stick with an at tire and youll be happy with ride and fuel. I have a 10 ply mud tire so my ride suffered but after a shock swap im happy again.
  4. i will indeed. its just the mudflap though. If youre not running a factory wheel then thats a different story though.
  5. Files are all pretty large so having trouble attaching. This kinda shows the front.
  6. Theyre $120 from your dealer or $80 from gm parts direct. I ordered an extra set and sent them off for modeling for custom badges. I didnt even open the box though so i cant answer the original question
  7. to answer question about the bracket, its purely to hold budflap, it also has a screw to hold fender liner. I removed mine to prevent any rubbing of the 35x12.50s
  8. I have ran three full sets of those on my old 15 silverado and never had an issue. i also had t replace one tire after picking up a bolt on the highway so out of the 13 of them i bough, no issues.
  9. i wouldnt expect and ride difference from just a level. I do however notice the weight of the 35s. theyre heavy so you feel them. And no im running no spacers. i have clearance all around no need for spacer.
  10. Haven’t really noticed anything except the added weight of the tires. So you feel it in the shocks for sure. I haven’t even paid attention to fuel mileage but I’m sure it lost some as well.
  11. Picked up my Sierra last week, so decided to see what we could fit on it today. Installed the rough country 2” level and a set of fuel gripper m/t’s In a 35x12.50. After some trimming of mud flaps, removing bracket behind fender liner, and tying the fender liner back. Rubbing is gone. So if you’re not scared to trim some plastic it can be done. I think it looks good, let me know what you think. I knew worked on at4, couldn’t find anyone to confirm if would fit a standard level.
  12. Still have these? Any chance you could share pictures of how you resealed? Not questioning your work just curious if you had to cut them or if they baked open since aftermarket housings.
  13. Have really been looking for an undamaged set of 2016 lights with no luck, do you mind me asking how you came across yours? or did you buy new?
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