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About Kurtj29

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    2018 GMC Sierra
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    Photography, hiking and exploring the great Pacific Northwest.
  1. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Thanks. Outside Duvall on a short dirt road. Still looking at a level - probably Suspension Max. I think I will black it out first and then think about new wheels and tires. My current favorites are the GMC OEM 20x9 - 5 spoke black wheels you see on the Elevation Edition (just like Crazyjoker77's truck above). I really like how they look - simple, clean. Got any suggestions for a local shop in the Puget Sound to do the level - that they would know what they are doing with the Magnetic Ride?
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    Out and about this morning.
  3. How did you do it - plastidip, vinyl?
  4. Yes, as the saying goes “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”. I liked what you did with your truck, I wondered if just painting the chrome surround on the grill would look good - yours does. BTW do you have any better pictures of the front of your truck? Still trying to decide if I need to go with black wheels, I like your with the std 22” chrome wheels.
  5. Those are really nice. They are also very spendy $$$ at almost $600/wheel from GMC. Wow! I like my wheels but was trying to get away from 22" rims - I really want to get some 18" in an effort to get more rubber, but I really like the Method 605's and they only come in 20". They have a good size lip. Maybe 20" would be a good compromise.
  6. I have been playing in Photoshop with GMC's marketing image. To my taste, I really think the current truck has too much chrome. Trying to dial it back. I wanted to create more of a "midnight" version of my Denali without going full-black out (Murdered). Midnight Denali - Black Skid Plate, Blacken the chrome surround on the grill, black mirror caps, black door handles, back out the chrome step and black 20" wheels but may go with 18". I want to leave a little chrome - the center of the grill, the trim on the windows and maybe the door strip. Also, I want to pick up the red in the GMC logo with red tow hooks. This is what I am thinking, will probably put it together over the next couple of months. Here is the standard stock image, for comparison.
  7. Thanks. To be honest my truck was pretty dirty when I took these shots, I think it was a least 2 weeks since I last washed it. I really don't think you need to ensure it's perfect unless it is a bright sunny day and you are close to the truck with the camera. I am going to see how far I can push the truck being dirty and still having an acceptable picture.
  8. Is CST really relevant to this thread? I don’t think you can run this with the magnetic ride control. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    I believe I took tire size into account. Remember, my truck is a Denali with the magnetic ride control suspension. That could be a difference - maybe it rides an inch lower? If so then you would have a level.
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    Thanks for the advice, I will have to try that. I have to get my front raised up - my front air damn practically scraps the ground it is so dang low. Level or 4" lift is the question right now and removal of said front air damn.
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    OK this is what I got compared to my stock 2018 Denali - you have a 3.5" lift on the front and 1.25" on the rear. Calculations: You have 33/12.5r20 tires, that puts your hub at 16.5". Front= hub to fender is 40-16.5 = 23.5" Rear = hub to fender is 41.5-16.5 = 25" My Stock Denali measures Front = 36 and Rear = 39 13/16 on 285/45 r22 - hub is at 16.05" Front = hub to fender is 36-16.05 = 19.95" - let's call it 20" Rear = hub to fender is 39 13/16 - 16.05 = 23.75" So you can see that your front is about 3.5" higher than my stock Denali and your rear is about 1.25" higher. So is that a Level or a 4" lift? What does everyone think? Comments?
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    Happy New Year! This is about as close as I can get to mud around my area. Every road is gated off. Anyone in the Redmond Washington area know of some good back roads to take?
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    You may be right. I guess we could ask @sean006 to measure the distance from ground to top of the wheel wells front and back? That should settle it.
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    Love the stance of your truck. Looks like a level, it would be great to know. What tires are those -they look good/aggressive.

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