Designed and 3D printed some plugs for the holes on the outer frame tube by the rear wheel. Left the inside holes open for moisture to evaporate. Printing the last one for the small slots above the keyway right now and will be all set.
Just thought I would update everyone. I ended up getting a 3D printer last week and plugs for the openings on the outer frame were a must. I designed them and they are a perfect fit. Barely even notice that they are there, and no more holes! Still have the holes on the inside to allow moisture to evaporate. Printing the last small slot above the keyway now and will be finished. Please ignore the pink chalk, the kids were outside today for some much needed playtime amidst the quarantine.
So after reading through, I decided to go with an AEM DryFlow drop in. All I have noticed so far is loss in fuel economy. Only ran about a tank and a half of gas, does it need to run longer to reset or should I do something different? Wasn’t looking for any huge performance increase or sound, just wanted a decent drop in. Anyone have any thoughts? Also, should I be running mid or premium vs regular?
Hello All, I have been through 90% of the topics on this forum trying to figure out the largest tires I can fit on my truck without any issues or cutting. I would like to get a little more height. I have a 2018 with 2.5" front, 2" rear Motofab, looking to get new tires on stock 20" LTZ wheels. Current tires are stock 275/55R20. Trying to figure out my best bet on largest tire size with no rub or cutting on the following sizes: 275/60R20 (33" x 11") 285/60R20 (33.5" x 11.5") 275/65R20 (34.1" x 11") Can anyone provide their thoughts and/or experience? Thanks in advance!
I have a 2018 with 2.5" front, 2" rear Motofab, looking to get new tires on stock 20" LTZ wheels. Current tires are stock 275/55R20. Trying to figure out my best bet on largest tire size with no rub or cutting on the following sizes: 275/60R20 (33" x 11") 285/60R20 (33.5" x 11.5") 275/65R20 (34.1" x 11") Can anyone provide their thoughts and/or experience?
Plasti-dipped the bow ties on the wheels a couple weeks ago. Replaced OEM tow mirrors under warranty due to water in the market lights, FOR THE SECOND TIME. Took the market lights out, sealed them up and tinted them before install. I feel like I should go into business installing tow mirrors for the number of times I’ve had to swap now. I guess it was really only 3 times, but still. One time swapping the DL3s to tow should have been enough.
Good morning All! Wondering if anyone has painted/coated the bowtie on the centercaps of the 20" chrome wheels. The bowtie is textured so I don't think vinyl will last through the winter and washing. Was thinking about black epoxy to let it fill in nice but wanted to see if anyone has done this.
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