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That was my first thought when I saw the new Z71 in white.

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Thanks, its dirty at the moment.

They are GMC reproduction Yukon wheels. I think this is my 5 or 6 set of wheels, people want buy them and I sell them and buy a new set.

 

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Tow mirrors installed and doors rewired in two hours.

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Here's my 16 Z71 CC. Got the level kit ordered!

 

 

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Here's mine. Had it since December 2013. A little dirty in some of the pictures..... And NEEDS TIRES BADLY !!! 2014. CC, 6.5 bed. SLT. Stock tires still on it. RC 2.5" Level with rear blocks in. Front Air Valence now removed. Signature tells the rest. Planning on probably 295/55/20's of some kind within the next year.

 

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Here's mine. Had it since December 2013. A little dirty in some of the pictures..... And NEEDS TIRES BADLY !!! 2014. CC, 6.5 bed. SLT. Stock tires still on it. RC 2.5" Level with rear blocks in. Front Air Valence now removed. Signature tells the rest. Planning on probably 295/55/20's of some kind within the next year.

 

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Looks good.

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Here is my 2014 Sierra SLT crew.

2" level kit on front, 305/50/20 General Grabber AT2, 20x9 ICE Metal 882 wheels, SS Nurf bars, Hard Tonneau cover, K&N cold air intake, painted wheel well trim to match body color, (I also would like to paint the GPS/radio antenna white but not sure if it would affect reception, any thoughts?)


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2" RC level. 305/55r20 ATZ P3. 1.25" Bora spacers.

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2" RC level. 305/55r20 ATZ P3. 1.25" Bora spacers.

Looks great with the wider tires.
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Love this truck .... Perfect stance for a 2500 ..... I love my 1500 but with i would have bought a 2500 .... My next one will be a 2500

 

Again sharp truck !!!

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Fresh wash

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I've said it before but damn that things badass!!

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