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  1. Hello i just joined and i need help . I have a 2012 Silverado 1500 4x4 with a 3.5" level kit and im planning on doing a rc 3" body lift . With the body lift can i still use my spare tire ? And what will i loose? And if you guys have a similar setup with a 3" BL can you post some pictures! Thanks for the help!
  2. I started off with a search but most were for GMT800s. Just yesterday my 2009 Silverado 5.3 started throwing P0300 codes. The only real change that's happened recently is it's gotten quite hot out compared to when I got it over the spring. It's always had a bit of a stumble at idle, but nothing serious. I noticed today going up a steep incline under load on the highway, the MIL was flashing. Seems like there's a lot of potential answers for this code as well: Bad spark plugs Bad ignition coils Fuel delivery problems collapsed lifters Crank Variation Relearn. I was wondering if there's a better way to narrow this down without simply throwing parts at it or bringing it to the shop. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. I have a 2008 crew cab WT and a donor 2008 crew cab SLE I'd like all the SLE features and want to know what modules I'll need to swap without getting my BCM reprogrammed. My dealer won't do it for me. So Im ready to change all necessary modules in my truck with the donor truck including the ignition. Can you tell me if this is possible and what I'll need to do and what modules to replace? I understand they go by VIN or something. But if I get all the stuff from the donor and move it over to mine it should work without locking me out of the truck right?
  4. I'm considering making solid motor mounts for my 2008 Sierra Denali. Its supercharged and pushing around 700hp to the flywheel. Stock hydraulic motor mounts can not handle the torque. Is there any interest in purchasing a set? I can run a large batch if there's an interest.....
  5. hey guys ive got a new body style silverado and i had seen some guys who have painted there head light bezels and removed the amber lenses. When you have the guts to do it it looks awesome, but thats my problem. rather then ruining a perfectly good set of headlights if it didnt work, id rather buy set. i was wondering if anyone has seen color matched painted headlights. I dont want projectors and halo headlights. i want the stock lights but painted. And i know spec D makes black ones like the ones below but i was wondering if anyone had seen them in the any other colors
  6. I want to add a little bottom end to my sound system. I am probably going with a single sundown sd-2, either an 8-inch or 10-inch, depending on the volume of the box. The thought is to have a custom box built, probably out of fiberglass, that will fit perfectly into the driver's side well of the plastic tub under the back seat so that it doesn't move around or rattle, but it is still removable whenever I need the space for something else. I guess the speaker terminals would have to be on the face / top of the enclosure. Does this sound reasonable or doable? What should I expect to pay for this enclosure? Any suggestions for someone in the Dallas (TX) area to build this for me that won't take advantage of me? Attached are photos of the location.
  7. Hey guys I need some help. I've got an 07 NNBS Silverado 5.3 Last week I used my remote start for my truck and it fired up and quit. The remote start wouldnt work so i went and started the truck with the keys. When i did this it started up and idled horribly in with the DIC reading "Engine Power is Reduced" I plugged in my diablo tuner and read the codes. I had a P2176 and P2101. I cleared the codes and the truck started up and ran normally. I drove the truck all day and it had some advancements in the idle. The rpm's would race in neutral and park. Anyway i researched it. Cleaned the carbon out of the throttle body and the truck straightened out. A couple days later not two miles from my house while driving it went into power reduction mode. This time only the P2101 and P1516 codes showed up. I cleared them. fired up and was on my way. This happened one more time that morning. After more research i ended up bringing it to my local gmc dealer for an idle relearn. After this the truck idled much better and has run fine for the past couple of days. Now its been at least 200 miles since i had the idle relearn done but today i was on my way to work itwent into to Power reduction mode. This time the only code to come up was the P1516. Same thing i cleared it and i was good. I am not just confused. The other two codes were related to the TAC. The only code now is the p1516- "Intake Manifold Runner Control Input (Bank 1) See P2014." What do you guys think?!
  8. I know it's a knock off of the Ford Raptor, but I liked the looks of the clearance lights up front without having to drill holes in the roof of my truck. For anyone interested in doing something similar, here ya go. Sorry, I didn't think to take photos until half done. Grill removed first. Four 10mm bolts on top and then 6 clips that come out with a squeeze from pliers. LED lights wires together. Held in grill by friction, but added a drop of silicone to be safe. Driver side headlight unbolted, carefull as there are shims and a washer behind one of the bolts. Was not fun looking for them after I dropped both while working at night. Took awhile to find that elusive third bolt to pull the lamp housing out. Had to crawl under the truck to get to it. Headlight moved over and parking lamp pulled out for easier access and testing. Brown wire is for park. Green/White for turn. Connections tested and grill put back together. A few zipties to keep wires out of view/protected. Lamps come on with parking lamp. Side view. Lamps are PC rated (visible out to 180 degrees). Lamps blend in pretty well with grill when off. Smoked lenses would have been better though. This is the light I used, but there are countless others out there. I got these from superbrightleds.com. About $5 for them.
  9. long list of mods but at the heart of it all is a Industrial injection compound turbo kit utilizing stock VVT. 650hp
  10. this picture was taken in northern alberta, it made the actual 2011 GM truck calendar. you could buy it from canadian dealers...this truck has quite the story behind it. all i can say is it has more sentimental value than anything i currently own or will ever own. many many many man hours behind it, memories with a friend who is no longer with us. RIP CAINER
  11. alot of time was spent building this truck, all done by a friend and me.
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