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  1. FOR SALE - Goodyear Wrangler Trail Runner's. 275 60 R20. 1000 miles on them. Prefer North Jersey pickup. $400
  2. I am looking to upgrade my 2014 All Terrain to a new AT4, however I have one major potential problem....my garage door height GMC website lists the total height of the truck at 78.2" however that doesn't take into consideration the different wheel and tire packages offered on the AT4. Is there anyone with the 20" wheels that can provide the height of the truck to the tallest point on the roof??? Thanks
  3. Definitely needed new u-bolts...they came with the kit.
  4. I had switched out the 2" block for a 3" block when I ordered the kit. So now have 2.5" in front and 3" in back...looks pretty good IMO.
  5. I had the same dilemma....RC 2.5" kit which gave me 2.25" of actual lift over stock. This weekend I installed the 5100's all around. I put the fronts on the top setting, took out the lower spacer and left the upper spacer in place. End result is a true 2.5" of front lift. I haven't driven it a ton yet but ride is already improved. If you are going to put the fronts in yourself...give yourself some time...its not a quick job.
  6. I sold mine to a local guy for $150 with approx. 10K miles on them. Seemed fair to me. Otherwise they would have just taken up space in my garage.
  7. 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Zr2. My first truck. Absolutely loved that thing! 2003 Chevrolet Avalanche - Great Truck, lots of room. Got rid of it at 100,000 after I paid $3k for a new transmission. 2008 GMC Sierra All Terrain - Great Truck, No issues. Traded at 100K 2014 GMC Sierra All Terrain
  8. Here is one for sale...almost the same truck, without the body color bumpers. http://www.normangalebpg.com/VehicleDetails/new-2015-GMC-Sierra_1500-Crew_Cab_Standard_Box_4_Wheel_Drive_SLE-Cedar_Knolls-NJ/2592923693
  9. If you do not want to spend the money on the Bilstiens, I would go with the Rough Country kit, or something similar. This is the kit I got http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1305-10.html. I called them up and switched out the 2" block that comes with the kit for a 3" block to retain some rake, only a few dollars more.
  10. I just put the BFG KO2's on mine and couldn't be happier. I was going back and forth between the 275/60, 275/65 and 305/55's but ended up with the 275/60's. I couldn't justify the additional $50 to $100 per tire for only one or two sizes bigger, also didn't feel like dealing with any rubbing issues. They have a nice aggressive look, without being to aggressive...
  11. Good condition, used OEM tires. 275/55 R20, Approximately 15,000 miles on them. See photos for tread depths. $200 gets you all 4. Would prefer local pick-up in North New Jersey. Will ship if buyer agrees to pay shipping costs.
  12. For those of you who have (in the opinion of others) "wasted" there time on a dealer fix for this problem, only to have it come back again. Here is a permanent fix. What is happening is the dealer installed retainer clip is popping out of the white seat hinge which is allowing the seat to move again. By installing a hose clamp around the retainer clip it will not allow it to pop out and it will still allow full range of motion on the seat. A 2" hose clamp and 5 minutes should take care of the problem FOREVER!! (I hope) *EDIT* After looking closer at post #762 above, it appears the dealer was supposed to install a zip tie around the retainer clip to keep it in place. In my case...they didn't...hence the need for the hose clamp.
  13. As the previous post mentioned - these bulbs work for the back up lights and cargo lights. Get 2 sets. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P2D41OQ?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00
  14. Are you running wheel spacers with that set up? It looks great!
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