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  1. Went to go help my MIL with no electricity in this storm. Had to stop and move a limb, it looked like a Chevy commercial so I took a pic.
  2. Are you wanting mood lighting or just entry exit lighting? If mood lighting use an add a circuit and connect to the trailer light power fuse under the hood. This will make the lights come on anytime the headlight/park lights are on.
  3. I personally wouldn’t try to blow it myself. Just try to find a fuse that is rated to whatever your gonna try to power. The add a circuit will only carry so much also... from what you say you want to power they should be fine. I’m not sure about the air horn but you might could just go straight off the battery with an in line fuse in the new power line. Put the inline fuse within 12 inches of the battery though. Take your time and do it right. Don’t burn down your rig trying to do more than the wires can handle...Have fun.
  4. Don’t up the size of the fuse. I would use something that won’t leave you stranded if you were to blow them and not have a spare fuse. (Radio, Heater, etc..). For my LEDs I tied into the trailer running light fuse under the hood so mine would come on when the lights were on. (My leds are mood lighting in the floorboards.) they have a separate switch so I can turn them off if I’m tired of them.
  5. I wonder if the wire underneath horn button in steering wheel is frayed?
  6. I’ve gotten bad sensors at advance auto a few times..... I don’t buy electrical items from them anymore because of it....
  7. I removed my rear blocks and just used washers on the ubolts. No money spent. Ended up putting blocks back and doing 1.5 inch spacer one the front. Sometimes it looks level, sometimes nose down, sometimes nose high. To me it’s as close as I’m gonna get and still be able to pull a trailer some.
  8. Never say never, but I will never buy any Goodyear’s again..... never
  9. Maybe try some zip ties? If done right may never see them...
  10. OEM NEW Illuminated Bow Tie Emblem Kit Front Rear Black 2017 Silverado 84129741 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6BBWSF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_TSW5DbEZ9X37K this is the one I got. I have a 2018 came with the harness and all. It was oem equipment.
  11. That does look like a super 10. (I have two on my race car. They are a race muffler) I have the 22 inch mangaflow single in dual out on my truck. Had a flow master 50 before that and tried the magnflow because I thought the FM was too loud. Mangaflow flows better but isn't much Quieter. Ended up putting a small glass pack in front of the mangaflow. It’s about right now. I still have the flapper but am going to get rid of it when I tune out the afm.
  12. Plug and play into your headlights harness. Go on with park lights. Pretty nice at dusk and dark, but useless during the day....
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