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Alex2015sierra last won the day on April 24 2017

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  1. Thanks. Here is a pic with two of the lids open. Everything fits really snugly so I'm not going to install latches unless it gets loose over time. Nylon loops will be the handles for now.
  2. Finally finished this project. It turned out the way I was hoping.
  3. I've got 5100s on the 3rd setting with 275/70/r18 tires. Approach angle (without the air dam) measured 30 degrees and lowest ground clearance was at the rear dif at 9.5 inches.
  4. What part number did you go with? I’m only seeing options for the 2018, but i figure it will probably work on my 2015 Sierra. Thanks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. So finding brackets with a 1/2 inch hole for the seat studs is proving difficult. None of the major hardware stores in my area have anything that will work. I even tried out west marine and local cabinet shops. I may need to rethink my mounting plan.
  6. Thanks I'll have to look into that carpet. Is it pretty durable? I'll have a lot of stuff going in and out and I'd like the carpet to last a long time.
  7. Since my dogs ride in the back way more often than any people do I decided to remove the rear seats and start building a “Load-Flat” floor with integrated storage. Started today with cardboard mock-ups and got the first two pieces cut. I need to find some brackets that will allow me to mount the side walls to the seat studs. Then I can start the from cross member and internal supports. The plan is to have 3 hatches on the top, one the driver and passenger sides and one that runs along the back for access to the jack. I want to finish everything in a marine grade carpet, including a piece that will hang on the rear bulkhead where the seat used to. If anyone has seen anything like this please let me know. I’ve done a lot of searching but haven’t seen anything so I’m shooting from the hip. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. All good points and a very nice truck. The whole point is that everyone likes what they like and can pay to get it if they want. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. 275/70r18 BFG KO2s on stock wheels with Bilstein 5100s on the 3rd setting (1.25” lift) and stock rear height. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I just got my KO2s in 275/75r18 about 4 days ago. Very happy with them so far. The 275/65r18 is about 5lbs lighter and 1.2 inches shorter (https://tiresize.com/tires/BFGoodrich/All-Terrain-TA-KO2.htm) than the 275/70 . Mine ride better than the stock Goodyear SR-As did, but I also have bilstein 5100 shocks installed on the 3rd highest setting (had the stock tires with those shocks for ~50k miles and the KO2 is more comfortable). They are quiet at highway speeds too. I can only hear them when doing 20-40mph, after that I can't hear them over the wind. You will see a decrease in city mpg because these tires are much heavier than the stock tires (my SR-As only weighed 35lbs). I still see about 21 hwy mpg with 3.08 gears.
  11. Finally got my KO2s! Still have the 5100's on the 3rd highest setting and stock rear block in. KO2s are 275/70r18
  12. If you plan on bringing them up to the top setting I'd just do that from the start. It's not worth having to pull the struts out and compress them again. But that's just me. Sent from my SM-G900P using Tapatalk
  13. Here are some other pictures of it empty, towing and loaded. The ride is much better than the ranchos. I had a 2.5 inch rc level on it with the ranchos and the ride was pretty terrible with that and I personally didn't like the look with stock wheel/tires. I am plannimg on taking them up to the top setting and adding a 2" block to the rear and then getting 275/70r18 KO2s with the stock wheels. That should increase my rake by .5" from what it is now. I really like them at this setting but want some more height and a tad more rake for towing and hauling. Sent from my SM-G900P using Tapatalk
  14. 3rd highest setting, stock wheels and tires, air dam removed. Sent from my SM-G900P using Tapatalk
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