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  1. I went with vinyl inlays (other than over the red) so just a touch of chrome serves as a border. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. Congrats. You’ll love it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. The pics just now came through. Sweet! Thanks again. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. I wasn’t able to see anything on the DS, but I’ll definitely check the PS. Thank you! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  5. I really like this kit. Great ride, great look. I also like that it has the replacement UCA’s. They are stronger and longer than stock, keeping the geometry fairly close to stock as well. I’ve been running this kit for about 7k miles now, and it’s been great. No CV boot wear or any other issues. I would definitely recommend it. The kit is about $650-700 depending on where you get it. I installed it myself on my garage floor, so I don’t know what it would be with labor. It took me a good 6 hours, but much of that was trying to compress the strut springs in front. But a pro with a lift and wall-mounted strut compressor can probably do the install in about 4.5-5 hours to give you an idea. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  6. Has anyone run wire from the engine bay to the cab of a 2020 and if so, where did you go through the firewall? I searched but didn’t have any luck. If I missed a thread that already covers this, please point me in that direction. I am looking to run a switch for auxiliary lights off of a separate harness. My preference is to avoid tapping into the existing fog/head/parking lights. Thanks! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  7. I know this wasn’t one of your considerations, but if you want a decent paved/gravel/dirt combo, check out General Grabber AT2’s. They look better than most AT’s, not quite as aggressive on the road as KO2s. I am running them now on my ‘07 H2 and they handle a heavy truck really well. Just a suggestion to consider. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  8. Here’s my list (2020 AT4, 5.3, 10 spd) * Lomax tonneau cover * AntennaX 50 cal antenna * Borla S-type catback exhaust * GMC Accessories lockable center console * Putco Blade 60” tail gate LED light strip * ReadyLift SST +2 Lift * MO970 Moto Metal wheels * Atturo Blade XT 305/55/20 tires * 2020 OEM GM Horizontal Cargo Truck Bed Net 84105423 * AT4 and Sierra gloss black badge inlay decals (Etsy, TVD Decals) * EGR dark smoke in-channel window deflectors * LoadTamer tensioning bed divider cargo net Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. I did the strut compressors from AZ. I used two from the kit plus a third I had on hand. Needed every bit of them. Worked my compressor and impact to the max. Compressing those springs took as long as any part of my install. And it’s dangerous, especially once you realize how much pressure it take to compress the strut springs. But you can do it, just take your time, get a good perch from each strut compressor, and make sure your surrounding area is clear in case something lets go. This was really the only challenging part of my lift install. I didn’t do the 3” but I did do a 2” on top of my stock 2” lift, including UCA and new rear blocks. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  10. I used Discount Tire and Discount Tire Direct. But there are quite a few options out there. No, they are not the same company. [emoji6] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  11. I’m running the ReadyLift SST +2” lift. Factory lift +2” more for a total of 4”. Kit includes new UCAs to help with the geometry. Here’s the link: https://www.readylift.com/at4-trail-boss-plus-2-0-sst-lift-kit-gm-1500-at4-trail-boss-4wd-2019.html I have yet to have Auto 4WD issues, but I only used it a few times briefly. Hope that helps. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  12. Oh, and whether I have any rubbing, just a touch at full lock when the suspension is compressed. Barely any, so little that it does not cause any damage and is not snagging on the liner or mudflap. It has been no issue at all on my setup. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  13. I think you could still pull off 33x12.5 with a 2” level. If any rubbing, you might have just a touch at full lock inside the wheel well liner/mudguard, but minimal. Not enough to do damage. Again, that assumes +0 offset. If you go into negative offset, you’ll rub. If you go into positive offset, you’ll be in good shape. At least that has been my experience. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
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