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mkeddie

Keddie's 2015 silverado fire chief truck

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as the title says my build page begins here

 

still adding to it but now that most the work is done i can start to post up some pics and videos

 

Let start with it stock

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And now for the add ons

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Roll bak g2 bak industries

 

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Nfab Nerf bars with bed access

Back rack (cover adapters)

Light bar (speedtech lights)(tinted to black out)

 

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Anzo step bumper LEDs

 

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Tail gate bar

 

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Strobes n more Led added to fog lights

 

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Strobes n more LEDs in grille

 

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Nfab light bar customized to hold sirens lights and parking sensors

 

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Under the rear seat

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All my wiring feeds in flex conduit to under hood

 

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Dash setup

 

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Flasher locations

 

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Color matched tow mirrors

 

 

others not pictured

pop n lock tail gate

weathertech mats

red ambeint console light

plastidip emblems...more to do

 

still to come

color match lund industries fender flares

borla dual rear exaust

300 watt "factory woofer"

low profile window deflectors

 

 

and the part everyone want to seee

the videos....

lights in action

 

 

how they are activated and siren

 

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The 6.2 should help cut down on the response times :driving:

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The 6.2 should help cut down on the response times :driving:

That's what I'm saying...only a few calls with it so far but it moves. (That justified me getting the 6.2;)) Edited by mkeddie

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If I may as what may seem a dumb question....what makes this a "fire truck" besides lights and a siren?

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If I may as what may seem a dumb question....what makes this a "fire truck" besides lights and a siren?

Hmmmm the fire extinguisher in the back Lmao

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Hmmmm the fire extinguisher in the back Lmao

..but that might make it a NASCAR pace truck.

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That's one way to get thru traffic. Awesome build. That wiring must have been a nightmare.. Now, you need to make it a bit bigger like a brush truck...

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I have a speedtech lightbar and I've been very happy with it. But I do have condensation inside it that I can't get out. Keep an eye on yours, it seems to be a common problem with them.

 

I didn't do hidden strobes but now you're making me rethink that. I just hate drilling into light housings.

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That's one way to get thru traffic. Awesome build. That wiring must have been a nightmare.. Now, you need to make it a bit bigger like a brush truck...

Wiring was actual pretty simple done it a bunch of times.....the hard part was the placement of the boxes.....only place they would fit and they barely fit there

Was thinking of putting aggressive bumpers on but probably not gonna....not sure yet

 

 

I have a speedtech lightbar and I've been very happy with it. But I do have condensation inside it that I can't get out. Keep an eye on yours, it seems to be a common problem with them.

 

I didn't do hidden strobes but now you're making me rethink that. I just hate drilling into light housings.

Thanks for the heads up

 

These are pretty simple and get screwed in and have nice seals....love them

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Was this all on your nickel?

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Was this all on your nickel?

All but the light bar

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All but the light bar

 

At least they could fund some gas.

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Nah that's a bit much for the rear.....

 

At least they could fund some gas.

They do pay mileage per call.....but event that's a fight lol

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