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Fattyz28

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About Fattyz28

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  • Name
    Chris
  • Location
    Arkansas
  • Drives
    2017 Sierra Z71

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  1. I went with an undercover because of prior use of one. New design really needs two people to take off. On the flip side I know it will last longer. At least I hope. If you want a trifold I would look at a lomax. I really came close to getting it but went the other route. The soft covers tend to leak according to the couple people I’ve talked to that had one. I’m sure some are better than others
  2. Still mind effing 2 or 2.5 level

    If you take off the e and add a few letters. He’s just torn between the 2 sizes because just like all of us he loves his truck.
  3. Still mind effing 2 or 2.5 level

    If your going up in the back do the 2.5. It will look better. I would be willing to bet you will like it.
  4. GM Floor liner mod

    Nice touch. Did you use some of the excess material from the rears.
  5. Help with vinyl color

    I see what you mean. That’s a really good idea. Unfortunately my wrapping skills are pretty weak. I tried the back door piece yesterday because it seems to be the hardest. It didn’t go very well. I tried it on and off the truck. The front ones aren’t as difficult since they don’t have the same contour.
  6. Help with vinyl color

    I tried today at a local vinyl shop. They didn’t have a match. Everything they offered from Avery Dennison didn’t match. I got something close but it’s a brighter shade.
  7. Help with vinyl color

    I didn’t consider that. The thing is I was really like the brushed look around the vents and steering wheel. Just kinda wanted everything uniform.
  8. Help with vinyl color

    Well no luck at the vinyl shop either. I got one that’s close. I guess I’ll have to bite the bullet and buy from gm one day
  9. I have a pypes setup. I like it.
  10. I’ve searched and haven’t found my answer. Hoping someone can help. I want to wrap my wood trim pieces in my Sierra to match the dash and steering wheel. I believe the synthesis kit gm sells matches it. (Please let me know one way or the other). It is costly for a few trim pieces. So I wanted to try a cheaper route to keep the wife happy since I just bought a bed cover and exhaust in the past month. 3m makes a brushed aluminum and titanium. I’m hoping one of those will match. If I can’t find an answer here I guess I’ll go to a sign shop and use some color samples if they have one. Thanks
  11. $50 and under modifications

    The front plate is what does it for me. Two thumbs up. The grill looks good also.
  12. Adding Aftermarket Sub/Amp

    I just wanted to thank everyone on this post who shared insight on their install. I successfully put one in today. It took a while but it works. I’ll have to clean it up later. Just happy to fill in the missing piece. I had an amp and sub just sitting in the garage. So why not.
  13. I recently put a top mount 1.5 spacer on my 17. It feels lighter in steering wheel to me. You aren’t alone. I like the look but not the feel.
  14. Here’s mine. Got it around Labor Day. 1st pic is after it’s first wash. 2nd is after tint. I have wanted a blue one for about 3 years and I finally got one. Only thing I wish it had is the nice ck157 chrome 22’s. 3 grand is a little steep from the dealer. Maybe I’ll pick up a set from someone one day.
  15. Which Level Kit?

    I went with a 1.5” summit performance top mount spacer. I like the results. I chose it because a guy a work has what looks to be a 2” possibly 2.5” lower mount spacer and he rubbed his inner wheel on the uca. I also am hoping for longer life out of the ball joints with the smaller option. We both have factory 20’s. A 1.5” lower mount probably wouldn’t have rubbed. Plus the install would have been quicker. Something else to consider. I bought a lifetime alignment from Firestone since I plan on keeping my truck for several years.
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