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  1. Well ended up finishing the wiring for the SPOD switches. As well as finished fabricating the bracket to install a 20” led light bar. Behind the grill. Now waiting for a dark Saturday evening to aim all of these new lights. Wife wasn’t too impressed with the amber strobe side shooters but oh well
  2. Well ended up installing the A pillar light brackets( ditch light brackets) today along with a set of TRUX side shooter led pods with amber strobe function. Wired everything up to the switch pod but still waiting on the 6AWG ring terminals to get here to be able to finish up all of the wiring to the switch pod Also started to work on a behind the grill light bar mount that works with the stupid shutters. Still in the early fabrication stages but will post pictures once I have everything ironed out.
  3. Needed to drill 4 small holes as well as remove the cap off the USB and the 110v plug. Same with removed the 2 12v plugs as well but the panel only costs $30 Canadian if I want to return to stock
  4. I wanted to do something a bit different. installed one of these Switchpods. Still waiting on 6 AWG ring terminals to arrive in the mail to finish wiring up the relay pod itself
  5. Well took a couple hours and installed some a switch pod today. before during the install: and after now just need to run the + and - to the relay box and then attach what ever 12V accessories that I want
  6. I bought a Cab bag from Amazon.com ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07P8BCK74/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) and also have a trauma bag under there as well I have a few pics of both bags in my build thread
  7. What modification did you do to the bracket, and what size light bar are you using ?
  8. Well ended up installing an undercover swing case in the truck today
  9. Picked up an undercover swing case for Xmas. Now looking through I noticed it’s only held on by 6 self tapping screws. ive read some people use those self rappers with great success. But I’ve also read some places people have used regular nuts and bolts by going through the tail light and wheel well or use Rivnuts. what’s the best way of attaching this to the truck? pic for attention
  10. Ok can you clarify T1? Kind of new to the Chev/my world
  11. Thanks for posting the pics. Specially the ones from inside of the truck. Thinking about using pods that have side shooting amber led strobe lights. I am still trying to figure out where I am putting the switches though
  12. Interested in this as well. Following
  13. That’s cool. Can I ask you to take a couple more pictures. From inside of the truck. Hey would like to see how much these pods create a blind spot. I am guessing it’s not too much.
  14. Thanks for the info and the link for the YouTube video. did you need to mod your passenger side bracket to clear the cowling like in the video or has SDHQ fixed their design. Looks like in the video he was contacting one of the antenna stud mounting bolts that was creating his issue
  15. Canadian army i wish I could keep more of a truck gun packed away in that cab bag. But the towns and cities use too much salt in the winter here and the laws don’t really allow you to use it for anything other then hunting or plinking around at a range.
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