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What have you done to your K2 today?

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So I installed some ebay special bed hooks for my CCSB today.

 

Link:

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/8PCS-Car-Accessories-Tie-Down-Anchor-Truck-Bed-Side-Wall-Anchors-for-GMC-Chevy/153624479123?pageci=e66ebab1-55e7-4aa1-b133-82c3937047a8

 

They seem to not be made of steel, but rather an aluminum alloy of some type, so take that as you may. They feel sturdy however. I might swap them out later for some of the thicker PUBX models.

 

I'll update on here if I have any issues with em or they disappoint me in any way.

 

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So I installed some ebay special bed hooks for my CCSB today.
 
Link:
 
https://www.ebay.com/itm/8PCS-Car-Accessories-Tie-Down-Anchor-Truck-Bed-Side-Wall-Anchors-for-GMC-Chevy/153624479123?pageci=e66ebab1-55e7-4aa1-b133-82c3937047a8
 
They seem to not be made of steel, but rather an aluminum alloy of some type, so take that as you may. They feel sturdy however. I might swap them out later for some of the thicker PUBX models.
 
I'll update on here if I have any issues with em or they disappoint me in any way.
 
Cheers fellas93832a31228ffb587f0b4cd52c29fc42.jpg8a5165fc16dd1a5bd72abd44209bbfff.jpg
 
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I’m sure they are fine from a strength perspective but I bet the paint takes a beating and it flakes. Still, they are in your bed and extra tie downs are nice to have!


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Got the KO2's mounted.  The ride much better than with the worn out Hankook ATM tires that were on there.

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Oh, and after my 1500 mile weekend road trip - the clunk is still there in the driver seat. Ugh.

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I'm moving on up also.

 

 

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Just got it back from detailing and a trans/transfer case leak. Now I have a check engine light for a speed sensor. Gonna crawl under and check the plug quick before I take it back in. Also made an appointment for new tires.


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Is it just me or does everyone feel that other peoples trucks are cooler looking even when you have the same exact one?

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1 hour ago, Lsgun1 said:

Is it just me or does everyone feel that other peoples trucks are cooler looking even when you have the same exact one?

I have that feeling sometimes, but then I get compliments on mine and I'm all smiles

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Oh, and after my 1500 mile weekend road trip - the clunk is still there in the driver seat. Ugh.
That sucks, I thought I felt a little bit of one on my way to work the other day. Is it very minor of movement and more of a quick snap in terms of noise? I thought I felt it slide to the left a little making a right turn, not sure if you feel that same thing...

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2 hours ago, VanguardK2 said:

That sucks, I thought I felt a little bit of one on my way to work the other day. Is it very minor of movement and more of a quick snap in terms of noise? I thought I felt it slide to the left a little making a right turn, not sure if you feel that same thing...

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Yeah.  That's about how I would describe it - a minor click type movement.  I can definitely feel it though, only happens when going around turns.  I'm not sure I can even hear it so much as I feel it.

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Added some 285/60r20 Toyo Open Country ATII to the truck today. I’m really happy with the size and look!! No rubbing at all. 

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I'm looking for a complete set up for my truck, who has one?

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