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pewterliftedz

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About pewterliftedz

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  • Birthday 05/08/1987

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  • Name
    Jason
  • Location
    Houston
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    Male
  • Drives
    Sierra All Terrain
  1. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    Your high beams don't have to be on for this to work, so I'm not sure how turning on and off your high beams has anything to do with it.
  2. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    @TinkeringFox let me know if you’re willing to make me the 2 terminated wires to make the switch work. From the video it sounds like you’ve got plenty of wire haha
  3. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    Yup, same part. GM updated the part number, but it should be the same actual part. So if a distributor has old stock, it will be the older part number
  4. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    That part number is for blue, which is what my truck has
  5. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    Just ordered 23458492 from ebay, we shall see what comes in. For $25 it was worth a shot https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-OEM-2016-2017-SILVERADO-HEADLIGHT-FOGLIGHT-SWITCH-23458492/192480372064?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  6. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    Wow this is awesome, I'll definitely be keeping an eye on this. Just bought a pair of Rigid D2 cubes that will be going on the bottom corners of the windshield.
  7. On 3 Performance Turbo Kit?!

    Bumping up this older thread, so has anyone on here bolted on a ON3 kit? I'm seriously looking into this kit to make my daily a little more fun. Things I would add to the base kit: Tuning of course. (no fueling necessary with low boost and 93 octane) Heat wrap for the downpipe. Turbo blanket. Plug wire solution, heat wrap or similar. Upgrade to their race intercooler. Any other opinions?
  8. 3.5-4.5" lift

    Yes, but it can also change your tire selection. The more spacer or negative offset you add, the more likely you are to rub on the fender liner. It shouldn't be too bad with a 1.25" Spacer and something like a 285/60r20, not sure what tire size you were wanting.
  9. 3.5-4.5" lift

    Same wheels that came on my truck, those have the pockets in the back so you can run as small as a 1.25" BORA adapter. That's what I would do, and get some bigger tires of your choice. That's what my plan was, I had a set of 305/55r20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on my wheels, but sadly they got stolen off my truck before I got a chance.
  10. 3.5-4.5" lift

    What wheels do you have?
  11. 3.5-4.5" lift

    Not necessarily, that's only if you plan to keep the factory wheels. If you go to a wheel with a more negative offset, or add spacers, you won't rub on the factory control arms.
  12. 3.5-4.5" lift

    That's cool, found the instructions and it does say to cut the frame though. Well for 4wd anyway.
  13. 3.5-4.5" lift

    Are you sure about the returning to stock? I have yet to see a kit that doesn't require cutting of the differential.
  14. 3.5-4.5" lift

    Which Zone kit? The 4.5"? You are going to have to cut off the mounts from your front diff, and a piece from the cross member. I would run a full kit if I didn't have to cut so much.
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