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15BlueSilverado

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15BlueSilverado last won the day on March 28 2017

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About 15BlueSilverado

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  • Birthday 07/19/1974

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  • Name
    Jesse
  • Location
    Pasadena, TX
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Deep Ocean Blue Metallic Silverado CC LT
  • Interests
    Trucks, cars, fishing

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  1. 2015 chevy 1500 lt. Reverse back up lights.

    I think they look good as is, but that's just my opinion. If anything, I'd paint the housing white to match the truck.
  2. Post your 2014+ wheel/tire set-up

    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.
  3. 2015 chevy 1500 lt. Reverse back up lights.

    I did this on my 01 Tahoe and loved it, especially since I had limo tint on all the rear windows. These paired with a good reverse camera are perfect.
  4. 2015 chevy 1500 lt. Reverse back up lights.

    Got mine off ebay, not expensive at all. I just look for the bulbs with the brightest smd LEDs.
  5. What have you done to your K2 today?

    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.
  6. DIY bedliner

    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.
  7. I 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
  8. My Truck

  9. Had almost the same thing happen to me little over a week ago at Discount Tire. I kept a level head, spoke to the manager and he's replacing my wheels at his cost. Already ordered, just waiting for them to come in.
  10. Most useful truck mods?

    I did that once with my old Tahoe. Had it lifted 3" without her knowing, said I was gonna change the "shocks". She noticed when she almost fell trying to get out, said, did you raise the truck?? LOL Told her, no, the shocks just need to settle a little.
  11. Installed android auto docking station

    That looks good. Nice and clean
  12. 2015 chevy 1500 lt. Reverse back up lights.

    I have LED bulbs for my reverse lights and they work fine. I also connected my cargo lights, also LED bulbs and added LED step lights to the rear bumper, all come on when in reverse.
  13. Most useful truck mods?

    I know the feeling. There's more mods I want to do to mine still but between trying to find time and convince my wife it's needed, I'm already tired. LOL
  14. Most useful truck mods?

    Had to look that one up, I see what you're saying now.
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