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Sierra Dan

What Have You Done With Your T1 Today ?????

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Folks... my wife gave me a set of red mpg caliper covers that say "DENALI" on them. It doesn't really work with my set up. So... if anyone here wants them just reply and let me know. I'll ship them to you. No charge. 
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2 hours ago, tallspawn said:

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Cool. DM me an address. 

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Installed the AFE intake in my 2.7t

 

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10 minutes ago, Peter Bittner said:

Put on Rough Country fender flares today.  Love how it looks.

 

2020 Sierra Denali Rough Country Fender Flares https://imgur.com/gallery/FJ2l79W

Hmm, really not for me but if you like it, that's all that matters. 

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8 minutes ago, Gswartz said:

Debadged GMC tailgate

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Looks good.

I have a white AT4 as well and am wanting to do the same thing but I can't pull the trigger to do it.

What did you use or how did you do it?

Any tips or suggestions or things to watch out for?

Thanks in advance.

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Heat gun and some fishing line. Almost all of the adhesive came off with the badges. Just used some goo gone to clean it up afterwards. 

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54 minutes ago, Gswartz said:

Debadged GMC tailgate

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Nice. Now replace the chrome AT4 badge with the black one and perhaps the exhaust tips too. 

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Anyone know if 33 inch tires will fit stock wheels with level? 

Blacked out emblems. Looks clean with out removing

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Should fit stock unless you go really wide. 

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On 3/11/2020 at 11:17 PM, lapoolboy said:

What the hell man?!?!  Is there that much difference between three crew cab trucks?

Some of the holes have plugs in them. You have to remove the plugs to use the correct holes. There’s three different sets of holes that you could choose and still be under the rear doors. If you had stock step bars then the far rear and the 3rd set are both unplugged and were used with the stock bars. The ones that you need per amp research have plugs in them. 

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2020 3.0 Duramax with 6" fabtech basic kit with stealth rear shocks, 20x10 fuel assaults -19mm offset, centering rings, 295/65r20 nitto ridge grappler - no rubbing thus far, nfab side steps

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13 hours ago, AJMBLAZER said:

Should fit stock unless you go really wide. 

Thanks, What is the widest option you think? I would like 12.5 but probably stuck around 11?

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Search/look around on here.  There's guys running 285/295's but I'm not sure about much wider.  May run into it rubbing on the inside issues.

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