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5 hours ago, Joe98 said:

Good looking rig dude 👍. That’s quite the deep dish on that rear wheel....how does she ride ?

Thanks, it rides nice, I’m running QA1 coil overs 

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I agree! I'm not a big fan of the dropped look and big wheels either, but that truck is smokin' hot! 
The wide wheels in the rear give the appearance that the truck is tubbed. Pro-street. 
Hey, a tubbed Silverado would be cool!
Not only gives the appearance it's tubbed , it appears to BE tubbed.
I dig it the truck. I like them high and I like them low. Lower the better.

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Had the shop swapped out my 5gendyi headlight harness (2014 Silverado LT to 2016-18 Silverado LTZ HEADLIGHTS) for @pgamboa https://harnessdr.com/product/14-15-1500-all-trims-16-18-1500-all-trims-headlight-conversion-harness/

 

factory style headlight harness 🔥 😎!!!! Finally I can roll with my parking lights and fogs without the headlights coming on!!!!! 
 

5gendyi harness off and @pgamboa installed 

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For sell 5gendyi harness for 2014/15 Silverado LT to 2016-18 LTZ 

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Phil’s harness let’s you have parking lights with fog lights on without headlights turning on!

https://harnessdr.com/product/14-15-1500-all-trims-16-18-1500-all-trims-headlight-conversion-harness/

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Gorgeous looking rig...High Country ?  Are those Bridgestone stock 22”’s ?  I’ve never driven with them on my 2018 Sierra Denali.  How do they do in the snow ?


Thanks sir!

Yessir, stock wheels and tires. They do well... it’s a beast in the snow but my prior car was FWD with 300hp. Lmao.

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3 hours ago, Shaun1720 said:

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You got way more snow that we did.  BUT, there's more on the way, or so I've heard.  The only snow around here was whatever the wind blew out of Tehachapi and melted before hitting the ground.  From what I heard, some of it even blew into Edwards AFB, same results.

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Its still my daily driver so not putting the heads and cam in yet. But with E85, I'm at about 600hp.
Have you done any fuel system mods for e85 at 600? I have the sensors but was afraid it'd starve on e85.

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23 hours ago, cstmg8 said:

Have you done any fuel system mods for e85 at 600? I have the sensors but was afraid it'd starve on e85.

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Dhaze 83..Sorry , I missed it ... how did you get to 600hp? What are your spec, mods engine size ... what forum page so I can get inspiration for my Silverado ... dam supercharger or what ?

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