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12 hours ago, sikjeep said:

My wife's 2018 Chevy 1500 Z71 with Fox 2.5" coilovers, Icon upper arms, LRG 110 20" wheels, and 295/55r20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers. Replaced rear block with a 2",  Also have a spray in bedliner and a Undercover ultraflex bed cover.

 

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Great looking truck.  I have been looking to do the Fox 2.5 and Cognito UCA.  How does it ride?

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Rides great, I need to upgrade the rear shocks now. Much firmer and absorbs bumps better.

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I need running boards, mud flaps, bigger rims and some steps. Maybe a cover too. I think that'll dress it up a bit. So far I love the truck! Picked it up yesterday 2018 LT double cab 5.3. I also love it's ability to stick to my driveway when it's turned on it's side.

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removed the factory running boards. Sorry, bad pic

 

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Traded my 2014 Ram Ecodiesel for this 2018 Sierra. Love the new ride. 

 

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The Sierra is Better Looking IMO  :D

Then again, I may be Biased LOL

Congrats on the new ride!

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On 4/10/2018 at 10:03 AM, CentennialDriver said:

2018 Centennial Edition 

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What's your lift setup?

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Never been a Dodge fan but I thought the ram 1500 was supposed to have a more plush ride than the GM twins. Not the case?

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33 minutes ago, techsan15 said:

What's your lift setup?

4 in BDS lift, Fox shocks, 2in spacers on the rear, 35x12.5x22 nitto ridge grapplers

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Ditched the Pro-Comps for some OEM GMC Sierra 18's  Wasn't feeling the black wheel look. Perhaps if I dechrome it would work, but the most I'm planning on doing is the mirror caps and door handles in silver.

 

 

 

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Looks good! I like those GMC wheels. I have the same color and in my opinion black wheels don't look all that great on silver. I'm thinking about going with machined 17" Method wheels like this

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17 hours ago, Zoomie said:

Traded my 2014 Ram Ecodiesel for this 2018 Sierra. Love the new ride. 

 

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mmmmm, GREAT Color choice!

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17 hours ago, michigan2500hd said:

Looks good! I like those GMC wheels. I have the same color and in my opinion black wheels don't look all that great on silver. I'm thinking about going with machined 17" Method wheels like this

 

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I was very close to pulling the trigger on the Method 301 - Standard (Machined),  but the GMC wheel deal was too good to pass on! 

*IF* I ever lift this truck, the machined Method will be my wheel of choice, but only if I need the room.

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