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Rylo02

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  1. Appreciate the input guys. Have any of you seen any builds on here that did anything other than the cat-backs we already discussed? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. I really don’t want to spend $900-$1,800 (plus installation) on one of these cat-back systems from Flowmaster, Borla, GM, etc. Call me cheap, I’m fine with that. I’ve always bought the muffler I’ve wanted (usually a Super 40) and then added some nice looking tips and had my local muffler shop do the install and run any additional or replacement pipes. On my 2016, the whole project came out to about $350. Anyway, have any of you put together an exhaust system on the T1? I’m looking to see if there is a way to buy some good looking tips without buying the entire cat-back system from Flowmaster or Borla. I really like the twin round on the Flowmaster American Thunder and the twin oval/squarish on the Borla system. Can y’all help a brudda out? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. I was looking at the Rexing dual cam setup on Amazon for $129. Is that what you have? If so, thoughts? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. I just had one of our neighborhood teenage drivers nearly wreck my new truck. She is an awful driver and should never be allowed on the road again. Instead of acting violently, I acted responsibly, had a moment of clarity, and realized I need a dash cam. (And possibly a rear cam as well.) What are you guys using, why, and how much was it? Thanks in advance Rylo Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Good lookin truck. The first thing I would do is get that dealer sticker off of your tailgate! Your list all sounds about right to me. Enjoy and let us know how it goes. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. I don’t think so. I got the wrong Westin Pro Trax sent to me (LD instead of T1) and they weren’t close. It was 3 mounting sections vs 4 and they were about a foot too short. Pain in the ass to return, too. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. How does it sound? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. After putting in a TON of work into my 2016 z71 (stolen 3 weeks ago) I figured I’d simplify things this time around. I bought a 2019 LT Trail Boss with Conv Package I and II so I already have the Bose audio with my infotainment system. I know there are mixed feelings on the Bose audio, but for me (38 and a big music guy) it’s more than adequate, aside from needing an additional subwoofer. I won an Amazon gift card at work and decided to spend it on a Rockville RWS12CA. I’ve always used JL or Punch subs, so I wasn’t expecting too much from a $119 powered sub (including wiring kit) from some new company called Rockville. I has it installed today from A+ Car Stereo in Tomball, Texas. I normally install all of my equipment myself, but with the truck being so new, and not a ton of video’s and info on builds for our trucks yet, the $100 to install seemed minimal. I’m VERY impressed with this sub’s sound, power, and compact size, so far. (I’ve only had it for a few hours, so time will tell.) It fits perfectly under the drivers side back seat. (See pics below.). I chose to remove the rear storage thingy on mine and run the all weather mats all of the way to the back. I had them pull sound from the front door speakers and leave the factory sub as is. The bass knob (not pictured) is installed right by where my right knee sits while driving. Let me know what questions you have, and I’ll do my best to answer them. Remember, this is NOT and SPL competitor or a $2,000 build. It’s a $220 mod that seems to be worth way more than that, as of now. Rylo Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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