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  1. Yeah I'll be running this setup for all of 2021, I need alot of seat time in the truck. As of right now, I'm working on finalizing pricing to do the following: Cab Cage Engine Cage Rear Backhalf Traditional Link's (No short course links for me) Rear Shock Package (3.0s + 3.5s??) Lacing the frame + plating / gussets 70gal Fuel Cell Wilwood Brakes Camburg Rear End (40 Spline Axels, Spool, etc..) Custom plumbing (fuel cell, wiring) PRP Racing Seats (Front & Rear) Custom Interior (Headliner, dash, console, etc..) H
  2. Removed the Camburg Mid-travel kit up front (also deleted 4WD) and went with a long travel kit from Dirt King; strapped at 18.5 inches of travel. Just got my +6 front and rear fenders back from paint and 37's will be installed this weekend. I'll post better photos soon, here's a teaser!
  3. Metal, the only non-metal 3rd brake light I know of is from IzzyFab, his is from carbon composites.
  4. Yeah I went 3.0s in the rear. I will be keeping the 2.5/3.0 shock package for my new front set up, longer shock length. Shock tuning, valving etc is not my expertise so I'll have it professionally tuned.
  5. I'm assuming you have a K2 truck, I have the Evil Manufacturing 3rd brake light but if you need more rear light output, GJ Motorsports also makes a 3rd brake light that will fit 3 BD S2's. PS - Du Ma May
  6. I'll be deleting 4WD and upgrading to the Dirt King Race Kit in a few months and would like to secure a serious buyer for my current Camburg Long Travel Suspension set up. The $7,300 price includes: King 2.5 Coilovers w/ adjustable resi (just rebuild by SDHQ in Gilbert, AZ) King 3.0 Triple Bypasses - Valved specifically for this kit. Camburg Long Travel Kit (UCA/LCA) + Hardware (Brake lines, extended tie rods, 4WD Axles, etc..) I will have all new brake lines and uniballs (let me know your taper size). 4130 heat treated chromoly have had no usage
  7. Looks and performance are two seperate things. While boxed UCA's definitely do look better, tubular UCA's from reptuble companies like Dirt King or Camburg will be made from 4130 chromoly which is far from weak. Your UCA's look much weaker than the tubular UCAs on my LT kit, probably are to!
  8. Yeah I sold the old set up. In a few months, I'll be deleting 4WD and selling the current front and rear suspension set up; I'll be sure to make a post here when the time comes.
  9. Here you go; https://www.evilmanufacturing.com/lights/2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-chevy-chevrolet-3rd-brake-light-mount-silverado-sierra-gmc
  10. Added the following: 454 Motorsports Custom Aluminum Skid Plate Bumper 454 Motorsports Custom Valences Baja Design Onx6+ 20in Wide Driving Light Bar in the skid plate Dirt King rear bumper 454 Motorsports custom hitch Trimmed the rear bedsides Relocated washer fluid tank Added in switch pros + rugged radio 3rd brake light w/ 2 Baja Design S2's + antenna mount
  11. Added the following: Custom Aluminum Skid Plate Bumper Custom Valences Baja Design Onx6+ 20in Wide Driving Light Bar in the skid plate Dirt King rear bumper 454 Motorsports custom hitch Trim the rear bedsides Relocated washer fluid tank Added in switch pros + rugged radio 3rd brake light w/ 2 Baja Design S2's + antenna mount
  12. My King 3.0 bypasses took 8 weeks (build to receiving package) -- Given the current state of the world, I'm sure their entire supply chain has been affected; with a reduction in workforce, inflow of build materials taking forever to get shipped in etc..
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