Alright I used to have one on my Cummins and it was from Westin. There are several different ones now and I'm curious how they look on my style of truck. I have a 2014 1500 Sierra. Pictures would be awesome and the name if it plz and thanks!
Ok my 2014 Sierra SLE has the regular style headlights ( no LED running stip) and they are horrible headlights. If this has been discussed I apologise as when I search all I find is upgrading the bulb. I'm looking for upgrading the headlights completely! Like the ones I see with the LED running stip and what not. Is this possible? Had anyone done this? Also pictures and price...assuming it's not cheap. Thanks also I already upgraded to LED bulbs. My trucks Daytime lights are the actual main bulb so not sure of these aftermarket ones will work that have the LED strip?
I have a 2014 gmc Sierra with the little heated mirrors...they suck on the farm lol...without breaking the bank or getting junk ones, I'm looking for tow mirrors. I'm seeing tons online but not sure what good or what fits right. So who has done this? Part numbers and pics would be awesome! Thanks for your help
I still need chalk but for fun I added psi up 45 cold and drove. Here in Ohio it was 90deg and they rose to 50psi quick. The squat does not go away...that's just the SL tires on trucks I guess...I took them back down to 38psi and it rides good...shall see how long the tread lasts...
Yes it's just a half ton Sierra. The tires squatting is is no weight or towing. To be honest I'm pretty sure I'm just being anal about it and the tires are fine lol to me, the tires squatting like a tire would that is low on air, but I think it's just normal and looks worse than stock tires because of the tread...my theory is if I get less squatting the tread will last longer maybe I'm wrong...I can add a picture after work...does going way above the suggested 32psi hurt anything? I'm at 37 cold now
So I got my tires and as I expected they look and ride good for an aggressive all season tires...they do seem to squat a bit, even in the back. My truck says cold psi is 32 but I added to about 36...still squat...is it even a big deal?? I just want my tread to last lol
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