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Stockredsierra

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About Stockredsierra

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  • Birthday August 18

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    Cody Weber
  • Location
    Massachusetts
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    2017 GMC Sierra 1500 All Terrain
  1. What have you done to your K2 today?

    Thank you! That day was mid 70's. Perfect day for a good cleaning. You won't catch me outside doing anything with my truck past 80 degrees. Lucky for me the beach is in walking distance. Thank you!
  2. What have you done to your K2 today?

    Thank you. It's a Magnum Manufacturing low-pro.
  3. What have you done to your K2 today?

    9 hour detail session on the truck. Interior vacuumed, leather conditioned, floor liners cleaned, engine bay detailed, foam bath, hand dry, full clay bar, and extreme depth carnauba wax + x seal, windows cleaned and topped off with extreme wheel shine.
  4. StockRedSierra's 2017 Sierra 1500 All Terrain Build

    They did ever so slightly when taking turns at full lock
  5. StockRedSierra's 2017 Sierra 1500 All Terrain Build

    Drivers side Passenger side
  6. StockRedSierra's 2017 Sierra 1500 All Terrain Build

    I've also heard mixed reviews on Cognito's UCAs. I have a good friend who runs Cognitos on a BDS 4" lift kit and he has had a good experience so far. Theres no doubt that the Cognito's boxed design is stronger than the Readylift tubular design. I believe the Cognito corrects the ball joint angle a little better than the Readylift when running a level...but I'm not 100% sure. I'm still in the process of researching but that's what I've gotten so far.
  7. Level/lift with no steps, Seat Wear

    Good to know about the snow and ice buildup. It's too bad the RB10s have the reputation of the finish peeling up. Do you think stripping the finish off and re coating with rhino lining or an equivalent is possible? I hear they only coat the tops from the factory.
  8. StockRedSierra's 2017 Sierra 1500 All Terrain Build

    I wouldn’t say a level kit is useless. It will gain clearance for short money. If you are talking in terms of suspension improvement then you are 100% right. I’m looking into a coilover leveling setup in the future once the stock Ranchos start going. Unfortunately in Massachusetts we can’t lift a vehicle more than 2” so most lift kits are out of the question. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. StockRedSierra's 2017 Sierra 1500 All Terrain Build

    Thank you for the follow. The 275/65 setup was perfect in my opinion. There was no rubbing or trimming required on the 2.25” readylift level. And for the bulbs I used Sylvania. They are pure white and work great. Had them in since November and haven’t blown a bulb yet. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. StockRedSierra's 2017 Sierra 1500 All Terrain Build

    They are holding up great. I’ll be upgrading my suspension down the road with coilovers and I’ll likely replace them with Cognito UCAs. But for the price, they have surpassed my expectations. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Level/lift with no steps, Seat Wear

    following.. Being 5'10" with a level and 33's, I slide off the seat when getting out. Removed the factory tube step for a more clean look but now I'm concerned with wearing down the side bolster. No wear yet with 25k miles...but I don't want to risk it. AMPs are out of the question as well living up in New England. Trying to decide between the RB10 and the Dominator D6. User FHLH is running the Go Rhino D6 which seems to be another good option next to the RB10. Pics are on page 102. Down side is that it doesn't look like much step area..guess that's the drawback for wanting a sleek step that doesn't kill ground clearance.
  12. Leveled 2016 silverado with 33s

    2017 Sierra 1500 with a 2.5" Motofab upper mount spacer and Readylift tubular UCA running 20x10 -19 Hostile Sprockets and 33x12.5r20 Toyo RT. Minor rubbing on the back of the fender reversing full lock. First picture is the front end height comparison between my 17 and my buddies stock 18.
  13. What have you done to your K2 today?

    Might be wrong but looks like Legends Offroad Performance tow mirrors and switchback handles.
  14. What have you done to your K2 today?

    Yes it's a pre-cut film made by Lamin-x. Bought directly from their website. Not too difficult. Hardest part was cutting the motor out of the frame and cutting the nubs off the main shutters. I have a low end Dremel so it ran out of power quick. The plastic GM used on the shutters is very dense plastic.
  15. What have you done to your K2 today?

    Thank you! As does yours! Mine is run through a sPod 8 circuit system and HD switch panel. Just had to run the wires and connect them to the sPod and done!
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