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  1. I thought about doing it and Klearz the turn signals and using switchbacks. I just don't want to drop the money on it right now. I have 4 of their 6 inch light bars (3 mounted, going to relocate 1 and add the other next to it). Other than their review photos on their website, I haven't seen any other Silverados or Sierras with them. I like the idea of all white (switching amber fog lens for clear and Klearing turns) but I also kind of dig the idea of having the amber running lights, amber turn signals (switchback sorta setup where they're on with running lights) and amber fogs. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  2. I talked to about 4-5 different insurance people after I got my truck back the last time and they either diverted me to other people or flat out declined to do anything because they paid the shop so now it's the shop's problem. Needless to say I don't trust that shop to do it right. Wish I would've known then what I know now and had taken it somewhere else. The appraiser recommended that shop and said they do good work. Well they really didn't hold up to his word and I'm pretty pissed about it, 2 months without my truck and it wasn't done right. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  3. Would it be covered under warranty? Insurance already paid the other body shop. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  4. The shop that did the body work on my truck after I hit a deer did a pretty shotty job on it. Missing screws, halfassed paint job on the roof, a-pillar, fender. They said they would fix it after I noticed it, all they did was attempt to blend it and now it looks shittier. 6 weeks in the damn shop and they couldn't get the damn thing right. Headliner is dirty and doesnt fit right, sanding dust in places it shouldn't be (including the intake pipe when they had it apart, owner didn't seem to care too much when I brought that up). Pick a good place to do the work... Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  5. I got a deer this year, about 2 months ago with my truck. The shop's fit & finish was crappy so it's going back next week. We were out making silage this week and I counted 9 deer that evening. The first one was a massive buck, the largest I've seen on the farm. I had trail cams set up out in the woods and found some pretty slick areas where deer travel through a lot. Just need a blind or a stand. Those Hornady SSTs have a helluva kick. I couldn't imagine 3.5 magnums. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  6. Camo Mossberg 500 combo, specifically with the cantilever rifled slug barrel. Put a Nikon Prostaff P3 2-7x32 on it for deer season. Hornady SST 300 gr sabot slugs cookin' along at 2000 fps. I bought a 6 inch light bar and 2 of their 6 inch U shaped light mounts. I'm relocating one of my other 6 inch bars but I chopped its original mounts up to make my own custom ones. Going to make them both into auxiliary high beams and put them behind the grille on my truck. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  7. Just saw they have 15% off until the 7th (and then decreasing % off for the rest of september) with the code Sum19. Shipping appears to be free as well, at least to Illinois. Brings their full length cat back from $599 down to $509. Full 304 stainless system which is a better quality, more corrosion resistant stainless than 400 series and much more than aluminized steel. I want the system, but after $1000 deductible, a new gun (on sale), and another order from Diode Dynamics (on sale), I don't want to spend more money. [emoji31] Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  8. I love the idea of basically doing that, but to a crew cab short bed. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  9. I want their progressive cat back but I've spent more than I would've liked to recently. $1000 deductible, new shotgun, scope for the shotgun, slugs aren't cheap. Olight is having sales soon too and I plan on getting one of their bundles. Do you know what the shipping time is on the exhaust? Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  10. Have you looked at Diode Dynamics 6" bars? They make a wide beam pattern which is DOT SAE approved for fog lights and are only $80 a pop. They do have sales maybe 2-3x a year where its 25% off if you're on their mailing list IIRC. Lenses can be bought separately and swapped out if you want clear/amber or driving/wide/flood. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  11. You get any rock chips with those tires? Had to put mud flaps on mine because it was stupid how much the stock AT Duelers were throwing rocks at the side of my truck. Mind you I live down a rock road that turns to mud when it rains but... Looks so good without the flaps on it, but the rocks just tear it up [emoji31] Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  12. Went to go pick my truck up from the shop after being wrecked for 6 weeks. Started driving away, turned the AC on full blast and it started blowing glass out at me. The consensus is that driving over bumps in the road knocked glass loose in the ductwork that wasn't blown out when they took the dash apart. Back in the damn shop again, over $10k in repairs already. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  13. You're right about the shutters being a PITA. I spent a fair few hours measuring, test fitting, and fabbing brackets for my lights. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  14. So clock spring with heated steering wheel option, tap into that wire and send it to a latching relay with a toggle switch? Do you think it would be fairly easily doable to have a lit switch and run power through the clock spring for the indicator light? IIRC the heated steering wheel has a LED indicator for when it's on, doesnt it? Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  15. What kind of relay would work with a momentary switch? Also would it be possible to have multiple input triggers for the relay instead of just one? Tried to find a relay made specifically for momentaries but I couldn't quite find what I was looking for to my (lacking) knowledge. I've dug around before trying to figure out a way to use a momentary to keep a relay active and then deactivate when I press the button again, but to do that all I could find was to use a specific circuit between the relay and switch. Thinking about it as well, the switches I've kinda picked out have an LED light to indicate they're in the ON position. Since the wiring is a small gauge, do you think its feasible to power the LED on the switch through the clock spring wiring, or would it be a better idea to skip the LED indicator or run an auxiliary LED indicator off of the relay instead? And I'm assuming if I ran it off of the relay I would need resistors to step down the voltage. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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