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BigBlue2014

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  1. Now imagine all of that while being 5'5" instead...
  2. It wasn’t too big of a deal. I did everything while standing on an aluminum work bench since I’m short and can’t reach anything to begin with... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I installed the H7 which I purchased from Advanced Auto Parts. The installation took me about a half hour from start to finish.
  4. I replaced the original battery in my 2014 a few months ago with a DieHard AGM battery. The original battery was almost 6 years old.
  5. It does now, but it did not before. When I complained about it it was in April as well, so it was not in usual seat heater season. I would suggest trying a laser thermometer to prove they don't work, or go to a different dealer.
  6. Where in NY are you? I've done full exhaust systems in previous vehicles (including headers) and had no issues with passing inspection. I used to bring one of my vehicles to the dealership to inspect just because it was easier for me (and that car was highly modified). As long as you don't have a CEL you should be good to go.
  7. I know that the butt portion on the seats are prone to failure. Mine did when I purchased my truck last year (2014 1500LTZ) and the dealership confirmed that and replaced it under warranty for me. I could feel my back getting warm, but not my butt.
  8. Yes, a leveling kit is necessary to keep the front end from sagging make sure you get the appropriate plow for your application. Depending on the brand will depend on the model, but you want a lightweight 7 and a half foot plow.
  9. I am planning on the Falkens for my truck as well. I've heard nothing but good stuff about them.
  10. I don't like the looks of boards either, but being on the short side doesn't help at all, so I went with AMP Power steps. Best of both worlds.
  11. Not a bad thing to look at when you walk out of the front door
  12. I have the space to store, and the tools to change them so that's not a problem at all for me. I run studded snow tires on all of my vehicles except for my plow truck, where I put chains on all 4 tires and leave it like that all winter.
  13. I cannot use them in the winter, I have no traction. With my property (steep gravel driveway with turns in it) they are worthless. When I have to drive on the grass around my property I lose traction very easily. The thing is that the tires aren't worn out, they about 50% left. I am just trying to deal with it while I decide what I will do next. Either get new tires (Falken Wildpeak AT3W) or a whole new set of wheels and tires. I just dont want drop money on tires and then decide to change to different wheels.
  14. I personally run (2) sets of wheels and tires on my truck. I have the factory 20's with Cooper Discoverer AT3s in the summer which are 1/2 worn (and I hate them) and I also have a set of factory 18's with Firestone Winterforce Studded tires. I have a very steep driveway that is dangerous in the winter and it warrants the studded tires for me. But if makes a world of difference being able to make it up my driveway in the winter vs the coopers which give me issues (even with the 4wd on).
  15. Would you mind posting pictures? When I drilled out my rivets I only had 2 holes (and they are in the black section above the chrome "skid plate" and are completely hidden unless you are looking for them.
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