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7 hours ago, CajunFries said:

 

 


What switches are you using? Link?


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Rough Country universal, don't look back...

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On 3/11/2019 at 2:44 PM, Shakeydeal said:

The tail lights are Spyders and I got them from Real Truck. The third brake light is from Pro Tuning Labs.

 

So far I like them. The reason I bought that third brake light is because it's almost an identical match to the "C" bars in the Spyders and other lights like that.

 

Shakey

How are your lights holding up ?

spyder tails and the third brake light ?

 

i bought the spyder tails but I need the matching third brake light now 

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So far so good. I guess time will tell.

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5 minutes ago, Shakeydeal said:

So far so good. I guess time will tell.

Good to hear. 

They have the third brake light for 58.99 

going to order it 

 

thanks 

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Emptied my RXP dual catch can...this is at 650 miles. I’ve posted the 100, 400 and now 650 miles. This is a total, I have been keeping a running total. 

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On 3/6/2019 at 4:22 PM, SS502 said:

First pic 100 miles, second 400 miles. These things work! 

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On 3/8/2019 at 11:03 AM, SS502 said:

Been asked why not just use a water bottle. Answer is; I relocated my can(s) to the fender directly over the spare battery tray. I can not fit a water bottle under the can(s) so I was going to just use a aluminum pie pan. I found this in the same isle at Walmart and grabbed it. It fits perfectly in the battery tray, directly under the can(s). So I just lay this in there, open both drain valves, go have a coke or whatever and let it drain unattended. After about 10 minutes, I just close both valves, slide this out and I'm done. No mess, no babysitting the empting process. I put the lid on it to keep the results from spilling while waiting on disposal. Eventually I will empty this into my used oil container and take it to the recycle place up the road to dispose of it.

 

The picture is for size reference, not sure the actual measurements.

 

The red wire across the back is the power source for my AMP/Subs. No aux battery.

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58 minutes ago, SS502 said:

Emptied my RXP dual catch can...this is at 650 miles. I’ve posted the 100, 400 and now 650 miles. This is a total, I have been keeping a running total. 

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Just to show results from all three empties and the size of the Pyrex.

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Friend of mine powder coated my tow hooks red. I think it turned out nice.483e93d071b02534880e0c4ad0f8cf60.jpg

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Friend of mine powder coated my tow hooks red. I think it turned out nice.483e93d071b02534880e0c4ad0f8cf60.jpg

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I did the same with a friend for $25. Looks good and we saved $$$! What lift setup you have. Clean looking truck dude. 0c528cb61a18360bff49f92c6556a70e.jpg


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I did the same with a friend for $25. Looks good and we saved $$$! What lift setup you have. Clean looking truck dude. 0c528cb61a18360bff49f92c6556a70e.jpg


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Thanks. Readylift 7 inch. Just finished the install a couple of days ago.

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DQS tow mirrors installed today. Custom modified with boost auto switchbacks and puddle light from A1 auto mirrors! BIG SHOUT OUT to PhilG for the most professional install I’ve ever seen. Looks factory. Couldn’t be happier
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Took my grill off and interior trim panels in preparation of installing my echomaster front camera tomorrow. 

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Took apart my spare tailgate handle and started sanding for some fresh paint. Going to get some paint tomorrow. 

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Had “off-road” lighting button/switch installed today to control aftermarket light bar from diode dynamics. Again shout out to PhilG for the custom install and great work!

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I did the same with a friend for $25. Looks good and we saved $$$! What lift setup you have. Clean looking truck dude. 0c528cb61a18360bff49f92c6556a70e.jpg

 

 

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I’m in love with your front end. I think the subtle “Chevrolet” and chrome accented grill really sets it off. Is that how Z71s come?

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2 hours ago, FORGIVEN06 said:

DQS tow mirrors installed today. Custom modified with boost auto switchbacks and puddle light from A1 auto mirrors! BIG SHOUT OUT to PhilG for the most professional install I’ve ever seen. Looks factory. Couldn’t be happier
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That is one awesome looking truck.  Well done.

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