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Elite130

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    Matt
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    Denver, CO
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    2016 GMC Sierra 2500 4x4 6.0Gas - Base

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  1. Here's a couple photos. My set is definitely cut higher. right about frame height.
  2. Thanks for posting this. I was looking into the exact same mod. My mirrors didn't come with the lights either. I'm hoping I can find the cargo lamp output wire somewhere in the dash that I could tie into. Or perhaps tie them into the reverse lights. I don't know.
  3. Did you get your liners squared away? I just installed the Husky liners on my 2022 and they fit perfectly! did you remove the rear guards prior to install like the instructions indicated?
  4. Please do! I ordered the Baja Designs setup. Should be here December. I'll post reviews as well. I have a Custom that didn't come with fogs, so I wont have a comparison shot vs factory.
  5. Hey all... I just purchased a 2022 Silverado 2500 Custom. My truck didn't come with fog lights. In my past vehicles (2016 4Runner and 2016 GMC Sierra 2500) I was able to buy Rigid Industries fog light adapters to run their 2in SAE fog lights. Unfortunately, Rigid doesn't make a kit for our trucks (yet). So I am stuck on only Baja Designs. They have a nice kit and was wondering if anyone here has installed a set of these? I really want some first-hand experience with this kit before I drop $500 on it. https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/chevy-gmc-squadron-sae-fog-pocket-light-kit-chevy-gmc-2019-2021-silverado-sierra-1500-2020-2021-2500hd-3500hd/?vid=156244
  6. How long have you been driving with the new kit on? What do you mean by it rides rough? I installed the same Kryptonite Stage 3 kit but with Fox 2.0's all around about 4k miles ago. My stock shocks were shot. After the install, the truck rode much more firm, but didn't have the rough ride and huge banging impacts that it used to have. It still rides rough over rough roads (especially here in Denver). I chalk it up to the fact it is an HD truck. It isn't going to ride smooth over rough roads. But it can ride firm. On a separate note... I see you have the Rek-Gen mudflaps. My setup is close to yours (2016 GMC Sierra, 20x10 Fuels). Do you have any more pics of your truck with mudflaps?
  7. Does anyone know of a company who makes rock sliders for our 2015-2019 2500/3500's? I need to replace my side steps and want sliders, but can't find a company that makes any.
  8. I'm not sure why the Owner's Manual doesn't provide that info. From the research I did for my 2016 2500 gasser... Front Axle - 75w-90 3.6 pints (1.8 quarts) Rear Axle - 75w-90 5.5 pints (2.75 quarts) Transfer Case - Dextron-6 ATF 3.2 pints (1.6 quarts)
  9. Are you saying E85 is a good fuel system cleaner? I have a '16 6.0L gasser as well.
  10. They look good! I'm looking at adding a set. I was looking at the SDHQ mounts with Rigid LED cubes. However, these may be a good alternative. How is the fit and finish of the ZroadZ?
  11. I need some input... I have purchased two (2) sets of Rigid Industries Dually Lights. One set is the SAE-rated fog lights, the other is the D-Series Pro driving lights. I also purchased the Rigid Industries mounting kit which allows me to mount the Rigid pods in the factory fog light pockets and a SoCal Supertruck LED pod mount which allow me to mount a set of LED pods in the lower grille opening. What I need help deciding is.... do I mount the fogs in the fog pockets and the driving lights in the lower grille opening, or do I do the opposite and mount the driving lights in the fog pockets and the fog lights in the lower grille? I can make arguments for both. What do you think?
  12. I have looked everywhere as well. I have not been able to find anything. Not one hidden winch mount. All I saw, that might work, is through Warn. They have a Trans4mer kit. But no hidden winch kits. Let me know if you find one. I want/need one.
  13. While doing an oil change on my recently acquired 2016 2500DH, I noticed the plastic "splash shield" was cracked and the plastic was broken around the 2 upper bolt holes. Instead of installing another plastic shield, I wanted to upgrade to skid plates. Something that offered more protection up front and underneath the front differential and transmission. Maybe even covers the cats to prevent theft. I have searched up and down the internet, I cannot find anyone except for BDS who makes/sells skid plates for our trucks. The BDS is a nice unit, except it doesn't fully cover a lot of the front steering and drive components like the stock splash shield and it only goes under the front differential. Has anyone seen other options? I may have a buddy of mine fab something up if nothing else is available.
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