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Installed the new Baja Designs OnX6 Arc Series 30" light bar
 
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I like the yellow fog lights, pops on that color


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21 minutes ago, Stockredsierra said:

Installed the new Baja Designs OnX6 Arc Series 30" light bar

 

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post-161090-0-52378500-1504276424_thumb.jpg  Looks great!!!... how did you wire it?... i ran the wireless harness and used the homelink buttons to turn off and on~.. 

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3 minutes ago, Crstfr said:

post-161090-0-52378500-1504276424_thumb.jpg  Looks great!!!... how did you wire it?... i ran the wireless harness and used the homelink buttons to turn off and on~.. 

Thank you! As does yours! Mine is run through a sPod 8 circuit system and HD switch panel. Just had to run the wires and connect them to the sPod and done!

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Installed the new Baja Designs OnX6 Arc Series 30" light bar
 
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Is this just a film over the fog lights? If so do you have a link?


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Finally did my final WOT log for my Diablew tune. Tune is awesome. Truck shifts much058d6197d4904bfbfdb26c5b51e468f4.png better and has more noticeable power. Took my son for a little trail ride after.


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40 minutes ago, jgraves13 said:


Is this just a film over the fog lights? If so do you have a link?


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Yes it's a pre-cut film made by Lamin-x. Bought directly from their website.

 

11 minutes ago, xax said:

Was removing the grill shutters a pain in the ass?

Not too difficult. Hardest part was cutting the motor out of the frame and cutting the nubs off the main shutters. I have a low end Dremel so it ran out of power quick. The plastic GM used on the shutters is very dense plastic. 

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On 6/27/2018 at 7:11 PM, pgamboa said:

Had about 45 minutes and with this 100°+ heat, that what 45 minutes too much! Had to take my illuminated handles off to get some switchbacks retrofitted in them. Figured this would be a perfect time to add some chrome lock knobs while I had the panels off. I can never just do one thing. Lol.

Thanks to@cmatt for the idea!

Lock knob rods are for an Escalade, so I just swapped the knobs since the rods are different.

The little details I tell ya. Lol. I like the touches of chrome on the inside.

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Do the knobs just thread on?  Could you do it without taking the doors apart?  

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Do the knobs just thread on?  Could you do it without taking the doors apart?  

If they are loose enough to unscrew, maybe. I couldn’t tell (or measured) where the threaded portion ended (if it was under the cavity of the door panel)... but the location of where you would use a wrench is down low (under the panel), so I would say that you need to remove the panel.


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On 6/27/2018 at 5:11 PM, pgamboa said:

Had about 45 minutes and with this 100°+ heat, that what 45 minutes too much! Had to take my illuminated handles off to get some switchbacks retrofitted in them. Figured this would be a perfect time to add some chrome lock knobs while I had the panels off. I can never just do one thing. Lol.

Thanks to@cmatt for the idea!

Lock knob rods are for an Escalade, so I just swapped the knobs since the rods are different.

The little details I tell ya. Lol. I like the touches of chrome on the inside.

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Hope I don't sound dumb , but what are you doing to your handles ?

( to get some switchbacks retrofitted in them )

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Hope I don't sound dumb , but what are you doing to your handles ?

( to get some switchbacks retrofitted in them )

Currently, their factory operation is a Puddle Lamp. They light up at night when you unlock the truck.

 

I am looking to retrofit them with switchback LEDs. I’ll be running the Running Lamp circuit and Turn Signal circuits to them. So they’ll be on all the time the headlights are on (white LED), then when signals are on, flash Amber.

 

Here are some pics. The truck shown is not my truck, but you get the idea.

 

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This is my truck now:

 

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Currently, their factory operation is a Puddle Lamp. They light up at night when you unlock the truck.
 
I am looking to retrofit them with switchback LEDs. I’ll be running the Running Lamp circuit and Turn Signal circuits to them. So they’ll be on all the time the headlights are on (white LED), then when signals are on, flash Amber.
 
Here are some pics. The truck shown is not my truck, but you get the idea.
 
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This is my truck now:
 
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Any what tow mirrors those are?

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Any what tow mirrors those are?

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I’m not sure (remember truck with tow mirrors is not my truck). But he also does custom tow mirrors with switchbacks as well.

@Crisp.GM.Customs is your guy.


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27 minutes ago, pgamboa said:

Currently, their factory operation is a Puddle Lamp. They light up at night when you unlock the truck.

 

I am looking to retrofit them with switchback LEDs. I’ll be running the Running Lamp circuit and Turn Signal circuits to them. So they’ll be on all the time the headlights are on (white LED), then when signals are on, flash Amber.

 

Here are some pics. The truck shown is not my truck, but you get the idea.

 

1e27803f6c2059fb1c1fc77cabd606f8.png

 

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This is my truck now:

 

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Ahh ok  , that's going to be a nice touch ...

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Ok where do I start 2016 Silverado lt : led back up, tag lights and third brake light , s&b intake , go rhino step boards , gm rubber floor mats , Herculiner paint on the bed, peragon hard cover , rancho 9000xl 2” level struts and shocks adjustable ride , under seat gm storage and of course xd 20” grenades wheels and amp all terrain pro tires oh one more thing Chevy exhaust tip now I think I’m done


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