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FHLH

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About FHLH

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  • Birthday October 9

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  • Name
    Jason
  • Location
    houston
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2016 Silverado 1500 z71 LTZ+
  • Interests
    earning 20 percent

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  1. The bracket holes come elongated so you can slide them up and down how you like.
  2. yeah, I have them tucked pretty tight to the body. Used a floor jack to help me do it.
  3. Added a ReadyLift kit out back to get a lil more rake after the Bilstein 5100 install. I’m pleased with the results. It’s a shame GM refused to make its 4x4 look like a 4x4 from the factory. I had to do it myself Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Added Readylift rear blocks to compliment the Bilstien 5100s and add 1” of rake to the back of the truck. A 4x4 z71 should have come from the factory like this, IMHO. I’m happy with the results Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. BadAss! Signed - "Pro Off Roader"
  6. Started de-chrome project Lil dip and replaced chrome handles and mirror caps. More to be done Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Started a de-chrome project. Figured I’d swap chrome bits for black - mainly the mirror caps and door handles. I did some minor plasti-dip work on the emblems and bow ties, too. Not complete just yet. Still a WIP Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. it's awful... if your gonna build something like that, build it right, not with a bunch of tacked on fender flares and horrid grill. Pic courtesy of Fiberwerx.com
  9. See my build post. First thing I did was cut and stick foam around key location I knew GM designers were stupid so i wasn’t surprised something stupid like this would show up with my first GM product in 24 years. Uh keyless/go/push button please. #idiots still like the truck though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. following the speed limit, and with light traffic I can do my 19 mile commute to work at 22.1 mpg according to the truck. This is with larger than stock tires and and mildly raised front end (Bilstein 5100). I'm more than satisfied with those results.
  11. Size 12 Vans for reference Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. best truck on this site, IMHO
  13. As the title states. Want to Buy GAN - SILVER ICE METALLIC Door handles (crew cab) and Mirror caps... this chrome is driving me crazy. TIA
  14. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Battery started going south due to leaving my Escort plugged in. Had to make a decision of waiting on Dealer to replace under warranty or taking care of it myself with an upgraded AGM battery. Considering i have a stereo upgrade in the works, I purchased and upgraded to an AGM battery. Time is money and I can’t sit in a dealership waiting for another cheap GM battery to be installed only to come back in 2 years to do it all over again... I picked up a 900cca Super Start Platinum (made by Deka) from my local O’Reilly for 163.93 out the door. I guess AGM batteries are becoming more and more mainstream these days because I replaced on in my old 2013 335i awhile back and it was about225.00. O’Reilly was a huge help with assisting me with the removal by providing me the tools to so... They didn’t want to damage the truck so after they took all the braces and such apart they left removal of old battery to me. Not easy as some of you know. Gotta flip the battery on its side in the tray then lift up and out. It’s a fairly heavy battery so I’d suggest having a friend near by if it’s a bit much for you. I was ok, but it was awkward. Installing the new AGM is a reverse process and wasn’t too painful. Everything snapped back into place as it was before the removal. Note: The AGM does weigh a smidge more than the stock. Picture for the hell of it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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