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Jflan's 2014 All-Terrain

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So after posting in a bunch of different threads I decided to make a build thread for my truck. Nothing fancy, just a clean simple build.

 

So I bought the truck 1 owner off lease with 36k on the clock. 2014 Sierra 1500 All-Terrain. My 2010 Silverado and the new gmc. What an upgrade!

 

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So the usual wish list of mods, 2-3" lift, better rims/tires, lighting. To start.

 

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Kept the Fox 2.0 coilovers from my Silverado and wouldn't you know they fit just fine! I had the aluminum UCA's but opted for an upgrade. Ended up with just about 2.5" of lift up front.

 

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Kept the midnight edition set up that I had on the Silverado and yes, they made GMC center caps which I bought so it all matched. Kind of annoyed there isn't a way to match TPMS without using a tool but oh well.

 

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Dog bed/ organizer for the back seat.... have to keep the pups happy!

 

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Tailgate lock. Must have.

 

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After having the front windows tinted to match I discovered I couldn't see crap while backing up at night.... fixed that.

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looks good

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Lookin good.

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looks good

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Nice truck. I have a 14' Sierra in Iridium Metallic and I'm a firefighter also. Keep us posted!

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Well 50,000 miles on the clock and I decided to change the cabin air filter while I was doing the oil.... look what I found. Gross

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Wow! That thing is nasty. I have 32K on mine and I'm almost excited yet nervous to change it out this weekend.

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Nice looking whip!

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Finally time to add some more light to the front end. I had these as fog lights on my silverado and there was no way the dealer was getting them... so in the grill they go. 673a970264300e4fba7e90999e482439.jpg

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Switches hidden away, the second switch turns on the backup lamps separate from the reverse trigger.

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Awesome location for the switches. Did you tie your front lights into any existing lights or is it just on/off?

 

 

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Good Job on the front light's , What's next on the list ??

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Awesome location for the switches. Did you tie your front lights into any existing lights or is it just on/off?
 
 


Initially on/ off, however I’m going to add a 3 ways switch in so they can be on/off or on with high beams.

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