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LGJ1984

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  1. The setup is awesome. When I had my 19 Silverado I was running all sundown speakers. 2.75 in the dash, 6.5 components in the front doors and 6.5 coals in the rear doors. Used the D-6.1200 to power those. I had a pair of 10" sundown Audio E series under the rear seat powered by a 1500W mono block also from Sundown. It was pretty awesome. Sold the 19 Silverado and picked up a 21 AT4 3.0 Diesel. Changed the setup a bit. 2.75 sundown's in the dash, Sundown 6x9 in the front doors and 6.5 coals in the rear. Running the JL Audio Stealth box under the seat powered with the Audio Control LC1.800 amp. I miss the sundown subs if im being honest. Wish I never sold them.
  2. just ordered one from the dealership off a 2020. fits perfect and fixes that sag in the middle. You will also need 2 bolts, one at each end under the front fenders. Took 10 minutes to install and you only lose about an inch of ground clearance.
  3. I did this exact setup on my AT4. Using the ready lift blocks in the back and the shocks all the way up the front sits about a half inch lower. I am able to fit 20x10 wheels with a -19 offset with 33x12.5.20 tires with zero rub. It is close, but fits.
  4. So, no exactly your setup, but I installed the Ready Lift SST kit with the front Bilstein 5100 shock on my 21 AT4 with the 3.0 Duramax. I put the clip on the shock for max lift and added the 3" rear block to the back. I have about 1" of rake and am able to run a 33x12.5x20 without any rubbing issues.
  5. Went from a 2019 Silverado with black and grey connectors to a 2021 Sierra with black and grey connectors. Because the connectors are the same I would assume the pinout is the same. Dash - Sundown Audio 2.75 speakers crossed over at 125hz to 20khz Front Doors - Sundown Audio 6x9 coax crossed over at 45hz to 20khz Rear Doors - Sundown Audio 6.5 coax crossed over at 65hz to 20khz I have tried opening up the crossovers 20hz to 20khz and it made no difference. Also, once I get my subwoofers figured out I will have to revisit the current crossovers. On a side note, these sundown speakers are awesome.... Incase anyone else is reading this and is interested, I also purchased the Soundskinz custom cutout sound deadening and that works great as well.
  6. Correct, same as mine. Input channels on the loopback harness are white and grey for channels 1 and 2 on both incoming and return side. Green and purple are channels 3 and 4.
  7. No chimes and alerts. Non Bose with black and grey connectors. I mounted the amp under the back seat and made my own bracket. I will attach a pic. Not using front high. Ran separate cables for dash speakers running directly to amp. front and rear door are using the LLJ Customs loopback harness. Ran this exact setup on my 2019 Silverado with black and grey connectors on my 2019 Silverado before trading it in and I didn't have this issue. Same harness, amp, speakers. Scratching my head on it. IMG_4567.HEIC
  8. So I installed an LLJ Customs loopback harness into an Audio Control D-6.1200 amp. For some reason my blinkers are silent now. Anyone have any ideas? LLJ never responds to messages, emails or calls so not sure where to go from here.
  9. Not sure if this has been posted or not, but I have been watching for 5160's to come back in stockmfor my AT4 Diesel and stumbled across this... https://www.bilstein.com/us/en/product-search-detail/?ItemId=2972832273118789803&YearId=4728741073082748634&MakeId=3406203325310476397&ModelId=5679221949025775276&SubModelId=3003517839329353585&EngineId=3466895969683645431 Looks a lot like the ready lift ones, but thought it was interesting.
  10. Everything but the harness would work. You would need to purchase one from LLJ Customs, or make your own. I have no issues shipping.
  11. 1: Audio Control D-6.1200 Amplifier with ARC3 controller 2: 300AMP Stinger circuit Breaker, Stinger Distribution Block, Stinger power/ground wire 3: LLJ Customs loopback harness with 20' leads (Black and Grey connectors). This length allowed me to go down the driver side so the wire did not lay next to the power wire. This is a complete setup to install a dual amp setup in a 2019 and up Silverado/Sierra with the black and grey connectors. I sold the subs and mono block separately.. Price is $800 and I am in the DFW area. I will ship at buyers expense. You can message me here or email me at [email protected]
  12. Thanks, I didn't know this existed. I will post over there...
  13. So, not sure if there is a for sale/trade section but I have some gear for sale. 1: Audio Control D-6.1200 Amplifier with ARC3 controller 2: 300AMP Stinger circuit Breaker, Stinger Distribution Block, Stinger power/ground wire 3: LLJ Customs loopback harness with 20' leads (Black and Grey connectors). This length allowed me to go down the driver side so the wire did not lay next to the power wire. This is a complete setup to install a dual amp setup in a 2019 and up Silverado/Sierra with the black and grey connectors. I sold the subs and mono block separately.. Price is $800 and I am in the DFW area. I will ship at buyers expense. Would be better to email me as I don't check this site constantly. My email address is [email protected]
  14. This is probably a long shot, but I will try anyways... Does anyone in the DFW area have a new Silverado/Sierra with the console that is looking for a jump seat? I will trade you with cash on top on my end.
  15. I went with all Sundown Audio Speakers. 2.75 in the dash, 6.5 components in the front doors and 6.5 coals in the rear doors. First time buying SA speakers and I am really impressed with them.
  16. I am running an Audio Control D-6.1200 for my dash, front and rear speakers and a Sundown Audio 1500.1 mono block for powering 2 10"subs under the back seat. The Audio Control amp is worth every penny.
  17. I also ordered an amp rack thats designed to go under the seat. He cancelled the order for that and just refunded my money, said it was on backorder. I am guessing because they are frustrated with me, they just cancelled it. I just finished doing a full Sundown Audio install. 2.75's in the dash, components in the front doors, coaxial in the rear and 2 10's under the seat. Fronts are powered by an Audio Control D6.1200 and the 10's are powered by a Sundown Audio SAE-1500. I have to figure out where to mount the Sundown amp as it is pretty large. I will probably remove the back seats and try and mount it to the back wall somewhere. Just need the time to actually do it. The harness is nice and I would say it is worth the money, they just need to step up their production game...
  18. Been waiting for 6+ weeks for my loopback harness and an amp rack. Anyone on here know what the lead time is or if this is normal? I have tried reaching out via phone, text and on Facebook but am getting no response. Does anyone have the contact info for the other guy that makes these, I can't find it in here? I would be willing to just file a claim and go a different route at this point. Thanks!
  19. This is pretty simple, Pull off the cover behind the door handle with a small screwdriver or a pic, remove 7mm bolt. Pull off trim where the grab handle is. Start at the front and work towards the back. There will be 3 clips. Do not just pull it straight off as there is a plastic pivot twards the back. Once the 3rd clip is out open it like a hinge and slide it out. hen remove the 2 7mm bolts. Next, remove the 2 7mm bolts from the bottom of the door. Now, start at the back corner of the door and wiggle the door panel loose working all the way around the door. Pry tool makes it easier, but you can pull these ones loose if you dont have one. The key is that there is 2 more clips more in the middle of the door forward the door handle. Dont just pull on the door, just pull up a little from the bottom and wiggle and slide it tward the back of the truck. Those clips will slide off the door panel. Now just remove the harness and door lever cable and your good to go. Once the panel is off the truck, then you can pull those last 2 clips off the door without breaking them and put them back on the panel before you put it back on the truck.
  20. The 5160's say they are designed for the trail boss. Anyone put a set of these on a non trail boss silverado?
  21. My truck came without the tow hooks and I would like to install them. Does anyone have a template to cutout the holes for the tow hooks?
  22. Have a 2019 new body LT with the composite leaf springs. Truck is leveled to fit larger tires. I tow a 7500lb boat and it has about 2"of squat which i feel is normal for the load. I read that you cannot add blocks to the composite leafs so what are my options if i want to add a little rake back to the truck so it doesn't squat so much when i am towing. I really don't want to use bags if possible. Thanks!
  23. I have a set of 22x12, 305/40/22 which is a 32x12 on just a 2" level in the front. There is a little bit of rub on the mud flap, but a simple trim solved the issue. I would think a 3.5" level would clear with a little rub.
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