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ok so the led light behind the grill will be more intensive than i first thought.. . you have to remove the whole front basically.. . which i didn't have enough time this weekend to start...

 

anyone have any tips .. ?.. .. it looks intimidating....

 

 

 

 

Couple videos you can review before you start. I'm planning on doing mine Friday (been putting it off for a while). If you were closer to Houston, I'd say stop by and we both trucks.

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Couple videos you can review before you start. I'm planning on doing mine Friday (been putting it off for a while). If you were closer to Houston, I'd say stop by and we both trucks.

 

word.. thanks yeah i did see the 2014 light bar install.. it was a good vid.... again, i can do it.. just more than i thought it was going to in tale.. i just need to take a day and start-finish it.. ... but its been so hot... i might wait till oct .

 

good luck with your install!...

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ok so the led light behind the grill will be more intensive than i first thought.. . you have to remove the whole front basically.. . which i didn't have enough time this weekend to start...

 

anyone have any tips .. ?.. .. it looks intimidating....

Looks tougher than it really is. Took me 2 hours to install my lightbar with a wireless remote. Wasted the most time worrying whether I was going to break a clip....

 

 

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ok so the led light behind the grill will be more intensive than i first thought.. . you have to remove the whole front basically.. . which i didn't have enough time this weekend to start...

 

anyone have any tips .. ?.. .. it looks intimidating....

its not that difficult. Other than getting the top bumper fascia off( upper plastic piece of bumper). If you got the rough country kit it's as simple as install a couple bolts on existing holes on the radiator core support. Good luck with the install!!

 

 

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thanks guys!!.. .. yeah i bought some longer bolts.. so i can attach it to the radiator supports... i'll drill holes through them... as for the switch.. i'm going to try and locate it in the cig lighter.... . i'll update this when i attempt and get it done.

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thanks guys!!.. .. yeah i bought some longer bolts.. so i can attach it to the radiator supports... i'll drill holes through them... as for the switch.. i'm going to try and locate it in the cig lighter.... . i'll update this when i attempt and get it done.

you could do a wireless remote if that's what your looking for also!

 

 

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Found an hour of free time yesterday and installed GM - Illuminated Door Sills. Love the way they look! Of course, made a how to video. The box didn't come with instructions and tried searching he web for some. Came up dry. So enjoy this How-To.

 

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https://youtu.be/6vFuV9TAGZE

 

 

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Just got my BDS 6"lift installed new falcon wild peak MTs 35/12.5

Fuel Savage 20

Amp research steps

D badged

The BDS lift drives amazing feels exactly like leveled with 33's Falcon at

The MTs are at a little bit louder but definitely quiet for MT

No rubbing at all

Will post some pics on level ground tomorrow

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Has been a busy few days but here is what I've done in that time. Removed air dam, replaced antenna with a stubby one, added Readylift 2.25" leveling kit, 20x10 Moto Metal 970s, and 305/55 Toyo AT.

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