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TheSilverBulletRado

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  1. Exactly.. just cut the cent section out. It's a cree light bar. Sent from my SM-N976U using Tapatalk
  2. Installed a 39inch, 21,000 lumen single row bar today. Was a pain but I think it turned out well. Tried hiding it behind the grille but the light has a curve to it and I have the shutters back there. So I ended up taking the first two rows off and made this light as flush as I could with the grille. Made some mounts and bing bong boom.. All in all.. pretty stoked on the outcome. Sent from my SM-N976U using Tapatalk
  3. I'm running the vision 354 MANX 2 wheel. Sent from my SM-N976U using Tapatalk
  4. Very minor actually. I went with a 17x9 -12 offset. And did the nor-cal fender mod. Boom! No rub. Sent from my SM-N976U using Tapatalk
  5. just picked up my 2018 Silverado. Threw some 35x12.5 r17 on it with a 2.5 level. More things to come.
  6. Storage box still for sale? Willing to ship? Sent from my SM-N976U using Tapatalk
  7. New here and I'm sure this has been discussed but I recently bought a 2018 chevy Silverado 1500 V6 with 39,000 miles on it. Upon checking and changing all fluids I noticed the transmission oil was a grayish color. From all my searching online it looks like the only way to change it is to drop the pan. I was wondering is their a easier method maybe like a pump system or a hidden drain plug just so I could get rid of the old and give it some new. Any help much appreciated.
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