15BlueSilverado replied to Andy Seibel's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsFinally got a pic. Been so busy at work and having to travel, haven't had much time to do anything. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
15BlueSilverado started following What Are Your Thoughts On the All-New 2019 Chevrolet Blazer Crossover/SUV, Opinion; flares or no?, Adding Bass to Stock System and and 1 other
Like others here, I'm on the fence with them also. They look good if the tires stick out and sit either flush or just a bit past the flares but if the tires are already flush and you add the flares, I think it looks funny. Kind of like if your truck skipped leg day at the gym, LOL.
Overall, great choices! I've ran JL Audio in all my vehicles and competed years ago in my single cab Dakota. They're not cheap, but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. The stealthboxes really sound good, in any vehicle, you won't be disappointed. The Audio Control LC2i is the 2 channel processor, not sure what other processor he could have been talking about, maybe just trying to upsell you on additional equipment? Other than wiring, you should be good.
Too late, already returned it for a full refund. I've never heard of anyone having to change theirs out on a yearly basis. I know there's flaws or were flaws in the craftsmanship of the condensers but once replaced, I haven't come across anyone that had the same issue within a year. Since I had it fixed, it's been running great in this TX heat and thank God! I plan on keeping this truck till it just can't drive or run anymore and when that happens, I'll replace the motor and keep driving it.
15BlueSilverado replied to Andy Seibel's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsI'll try and take one tonight
Noticed this in the tire Saturday, so made a pit stop at discount tire. Turns out it only punctured enough for a slow leak, tire read 22 psi on the dash, didn't even look low. They were able to patch it up no problem. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
Just got new tires, Falken Wildpeak AT3w's, 305/55/20. So far, have about 400 miles on them and they ride great! Rubs only at full lock when in reverse, nothing major and I haven't trimmed or tied anything back.
Got a new windshield put on today, finally got tired of looking through what seemed like a split window with 2 spiders on it, and on the drivers side. Only paid $50 through my insurance.
Personally, I wouldn't use the "roll-on" type of bedliner. I've seen those on other trucks and they seem to peel easily and don't look too good. I used to work at a shop that did spray in bedliners and yeah, a good 80% of the work is in the prep of the bed. You have to really scuff it up so it adhere's to the bed really good and you have to tape off what you don't want to spray. That stuff doesn't come off easy. But a $1k for a shop to do it, that does seem kind of high to me. I got mine done for $300, cause the dealership wanted like $700 for them to do it, and it still looks good after almost 3 years.
15BlueSilverado replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomI expected a more beefier look, I mean it looks ok but resembles too many of what you see on the road now. They could've even used the Colorado's styling. A full size blazer might have been nice
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