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AbzDad

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  1. Yup, still have it. I paid $50 for it. Would sell it for $25 plus shipping. I only used it once. Send me a PM if you are interested.
  2. Mine is leveled. Running 295/70R18 Nittos (34.6" tire) and a Diablosport tune. Still get 11 mpg city and 13 mpg highway.
  3. That green is a great color! Curious on how hard it is to keep clean? Great looking truck!
  4. I had bought the punch off of CuzznVinny. It worked great and no mess from the dremel. The holes still had to be cleaned up a little, but it was quick and easy. I was still very nervous punching that first hole.
  5. I did the full conversion except the air filter housing (already had a cold air intake). So the hood and the entire air duct/insulator. The duct pushes the outside air right on top of the CAI.
  6. +1 on the Bilsteins. This was the first mod I did on my truck.
  7. Leveled 2015 on Nitto Trail Grapplers 295/70R18 (34.5") o
  8. This looks like this is just the front left. Do you have the part numbers for the front right and both rear doors? Thanks!
  9. I swapped out my Ranchos with Bilstein 5100s on my 2500 about a year ago. Much better shock. Ride quality seems better, but definitely not like a 1500 or a Caddy. Are you running stock height? If you turned your torsion bars up to raise the front end, it would make your ride harder. I have had the 5100s on two trucks (1500 and 2500), in my opinion an improvement in ride quality on both.
  10. I run 295 70r18 Nitto Trail Grapplers on a leveled 2015 Sierra 2500 with stock mud flaps. No rubbing.
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