Everything posted by Kincer
Well it's been months since I've been on here, quite a bit going on in life, lift has been on since October along with my new Flowmaster Outlaw exhaust and I'm just loving this truck. Sounds means as hell. Here's a couple pics before with level then 5in lift. Sent from my SM-N981U using Tapatalk
I have mine turned off through the tuner, main reason I bought it, is that what you did or another way? Sent from my SM-N981U using Tapatalk
I have a 17 with the 5.3 and 6spd and found at least for me the mid tune 89 octane or higher gave me the best drivability and feel, shifts are precise but not harsh and truck pulls much better, throttle response much better as well, I tried them all and for me that worked the best. Sent from my SM-N981U using Tapatalk
Cabin filter is not too bad, just a little awkward to do, I cut a thin piece of cardboard from a beer box same size as the filter to slide under the filter before you pull it out that way the cardboard catches any debris that could fall into the fan, helpful if you have a dead mouse on top of your filter, trust me you'll know if you have a dead mouse in there.
Installed my new Rough Country LED bullbar, didn't hook it up yet because I need to order the wireless switch yet. Also Installed some door sill decoration. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
Looks great! I don't think I'd go with the 2.25 block, I have the ReadyLift 2.25 level with the UCAs and the ReadyLift 1.5 add-a-leaf in the rear , as the truck sits in this pic I have a 150lbs of sand in the bed to keep it from having more rake to it. Just my opinion, I think you'd end up with the same look as original just sitting higher. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
I'd like to do the same thing, what did you replace it with? Sorry to hijack, I've just had no luck finding anything, don't want the wood either. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
I will have one this week but I'm in PA so not sure if you want to get it shipped. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
It's not a dumb question, it's just a question you ask someone in person I would say, not in a forum on the internet where anyone, even a non member can read it. I'm sure if you put some thought into it you can find a good place, if it was me I'd find and old prescription bottle that a spare key would fit in and find a good place to zip tie or attach in some way to the underside, easily accessible but not visible, maybe even spray paint the container black.
I haven't met anyone on here yet but it doesn't have to be a member this info is available to anyone. If we all hid our keys in the same place it really wouldn't be a secret, think about it [emoji848] Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
So today I installed the Zone Offroad fender plates, I debated doing this for a couple weeks and finally made my mind up, my tires didn't rub that bad but it bothered me a lot. It was really hard to get a die grinder out and make that initial cut but it's now done and I'm very happy with the results, no more rub in either direction and you can't even tell there was anything done to it. On all of the videos I've seen about doing the Norcal mod everyone just sprays a little spray paint in there and calls it a day, I bought some POR15 and put on three thick coats with a brush over all the exposed cut metal. If anyone is considering this for tire rub, go for it you'll be glad you did. The only reason I went with the Zone plates over the Rough Country plates was the directions were better in my opinion, and there was a good video on Youtube as well, they are both basically the same thing though. I'd post some pics but there isn't really anything to see lol. I will say this, there is at least 5/8 of an inch of clearance now.
Thanks again but that's not it, for a Sierra it looks like to me. In the pic below it's the chrome piece below the bumper, need that in black, I'm thinking it's not available, I got a good look at an LT today and it's all one piece in black.
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