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Ray W.

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    Ray
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    CT.
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    2015 Chevy Silverado LT4x4 Double-Cab, 6'5" bed, 5.3L, 3.42 rear

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  1. Hi, I wanted to protect the full carpet, Husky also has a (raised lip at the door jams) so nothing runs off the mats onto the carpet. Weathertech doesn't have the lip. Had them for 2 years 4 months and I like them.
  2. Hi all, I decided to go with the same size as Michael & Dave 275/60r20 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 32.99" tall. I park in my garage every night and have 4" clearance with stock 275/55R20, 2.25" front lift & 1.75" rear lift. So adding the .54" from the sidewall height should be fine. Plus going with wider tires doesn't work well in the snow. (Although I do love the wider look of 315/55R20). Question for all?, should I consider upping the stock 265/70R17" 31.61" tall Spare tire to 275/70R17 32.16" tall? Or even better, buying a 20x9 rim with a new matching 275/60R20 32.99" tall tire? If it fits? Will it fit? Won't it affect the truck if I ran the stock 31.61" tall spare while the other 3 tires are 32.99" tall? So many questions (SORRY)
  3. Hi, has anyone installed Borla 2.75" Inlet x 2.25" Outlet (Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System) with Tips for 2014 & up Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra? Interested in your thoughts &/or other's I should consider? This part#140544 is the dual side exit on a double-cab 6'5" standard bed.
  4. Nice Truck, Thanks for the info, Nice to see your pic with the 275/60r20 BFGoodrich tires & 2" level. I'll be getting that size also unless I can fit 275/65r20 with no rubbing?
  5. Funny you mentioned DuraTracs, I reviewed them also but ended up leaning toward the BFGoodrich. Thanks for the info.
  6. Hi, installed Razer Auto 2014-2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 Chrome Taillight cover June 2016.
  7. Hi, I can't wait to get the BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO2's on my 2015 Silverado. How do you like them? I'm still running the Continental CrossContact LX20 275/55r20 that came with it new. Always wanted A/T though. Planning on getting them in the fall. Also If you can check out my post with additional?
  8. Hi, Installed WeatherTech side window deflectors #82740. 2015 Silverado Double-Cab. October 2015
  9. Hi, Installed WeaterTech MudFlaps No-Drill DigitalFit #110035-120035 . October 2015.
  10. Hi, Nice Truck, Yes mine had the 1" weatherstripping gap in each corner. I was going to do the same but never did. I find very little water gets in even at the car wash anyway. Also, figured that during the summer months it will help vent the heat.
  11. Hi, Nice Truck, Yes mine had the 1" weatherstripping gap in each corner. I was going to do the same but never did. I find very little water gets in even at the car wash anyway. Also, figured that during the summer months it will help vent the heat.
  12. Thanks for the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tire info. I am definitely picking them since you use them in Alaska and like them. Were still in the 50's high & snowing a little in Connecticut. Lots of reviews on youtube where people say their fathers have run them for years on their trucks & won't buy anything else.
  13. LOL, I'm a Computer systems specialist with degrees in Electrical/Mechanical Design, Architecture, Analog/Digital Electronics, & Industrial Electronics. So I'm with you on the numbers.
  14. Yes, I'm glad you see the details, stock wheel well height 36.25" front & 39" rear at 2.75" rake. After the readylift wheel well height 38.5" front & 40.75" rear at 2.25" rake.
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