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    2015 sierra rcsb
  1. Might have some time after work on Friday. Sent you a PM.
  2. Lowering???

    Think I've gotten advice before to go with viking shocks to help with how rough the belltech sp shocks are in the rear.
  3. Call me a a ricer, but I really like skirts and rear diffuser on the SCA Performance ST package for the sierra. Anybody know if and where to get it so we can add it to our trucks if we want? Here's a link of a truck for sale that has the kit. https://www.bonnellsautosales.com/vehicle-details/2015-gmc-sierra-1500-sca-performance-package-truck-e604371784fa496fb0f22bfc0f9561d9 Update: I just talked to SCA and they said they don't sell the kit separately and the only parts they have left are for warranty work or replacement parts. I'll post this thread anyway so the community can be aware of these trucks... and maybe someone knows of someone else that makes nice kits for our trucks? I always thought that the front lower lip that comes on these trucks, while functional for aero, looks so ridiculous when the rest of the truck sits up so high.
  4. Husky wheel liners, vs OEM

    There's a youtube video that I watched about it. I'm sure you can easily find it but it some old guy with a white crew cab adding the liners and he goes over the part numbers and process. I would do as he mentions and pick up the mounting hardware on ebay. Should save you quite a bit considering what the dealer wants per fastener. I ordered mine from there and it cost me around $20 per set of 20. So like $40 total... though I guess from what you're saying, I'll need to order a few more.
  5. Husky wheel liners, vs OEM

    I like the idea of the rear liners matching the front ones. The fabric whatever material seems a little more premium and from what I've read, they used that for noise reduction reasons. Others I've talked to say it cleans up easy enough (just spray it) and withstands the elements as well as any other liner. I plan to add a set of OEM rear liners myself. Got to get the mounting hardware to add them though. 2 part numbers but like 10 per part number per side lol.
  6. FS : AMP bed extender HD

  7. Stainless works dual exhaust headers

    What are the diameters of the primaries and the collectors?
  8. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Exactly. It reminds of a blazer. Like a modern version of that 2 door sporty SUV.
  9. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Man... I never liked the way a camper looks on a truck until now. Nice photography 👍
  10. Aftermarket LED Taillights

    Bringing back this thread again to see if anybody dislikes all the euro looking chrome stuff in the OEM denali tails but likes everything else about them. Has anybody ever opened them up and blacked all the chrome before? On a black truck (like mine) I bet it wouldn't look nearly as "busy" as it does unmodified. Thoughts?
  11. Wrapping the full truck

    Had a buddy do it to his Mustang a few years ago. I know a Mustang isn't a Silverado but it looked pretty badass like a stealth fighter or something.
  12. I know a lot of those OBS and NBS guys went with the GM Hydroboost brake setup from a 2500. I've heard it makes a huge difference so much that the brakes become too touchy for some.
  13. I know this is an old thread but I live in the Austin area and all my family is in Houston so I make my way down there often. If hands or tools are needed, I'm down to show up and turn some wrenches. 👍
  14. When to change ball joints

    Good story! I like hearing things like this as I just bought a used 15 RCSB SLE with 20k miles on it. I've read a lot about this platform and so far I'm getting that it's a mixed bag as far as longevity and reliability goes. I know there's the whole "built on Monday or Friday" saying but it's still encouraging when people say they beat on their trucks and make it to high miles with only basic maintenance. 👍

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