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Elbert

Adding "stuff" / 2016 2500HD

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Well not long ago I bought a kind of plain jane truck off the lot. 2016 2500HD WT / crew with standard bed.

 

So what I've done so far (I'll come back and add PN's if anyone the same thing), all the things I've done so far have worked well and I like them.

 

Husky front and rear floor mats

Husky rear underseat storage

GM skid plates (came with the required hardware)

weather guard tool box

thin rubber bed mat

GM rear wheel linners (came with the required hardware)

used polished aluminum wheels off LT truck (GM)

Michelin LTX tires

 

soon will add pickup bed light kit (GM)

 

some additional tie-downs for the bed.

 

 

Have been looking for options on the crappy I0B radio, to swap a batter GM radio, but thats not available anywhere that I've come across. Appears at present time you live with the factory crappy radio or go aftermarket.

 

I've contemplated a "leveling Kit' for the front but have not done anything on that, and have concerns. I do like the look of the unloaded truck sitting level, but wonder about it loaded and or setup with a heavy trialer (with leveling kit on front).

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As far as leveling, some guys have just dropped the rear. It's a lot cheaper and you don't wear front suspension components

 

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