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14 hours ago, jashaw said:

Went kayaking with the camera.

 

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Look Good - Any info on your rear steps lights , and side running lights . Thank You

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8 minutes ago, slj2008 said:

Look Good - Any info on your rear steps lights , and side running lights . Thank You

 

These are the side step lights: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HN1YHZV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

I dont know if I would go this route again. The LED chips come unsoldered/die over time, and look like the below screenshot(not mine, but representative of my experience).

 

Knowing what I know now. I would go with diode dynamics C1R flush mount, and then get a dedicated sequential LED strip. Much more expensive, but the DD products are top notch. 

 

If you look closely at my passenger side rear step, the bottom strip running/brake light LEDs are dead.

 

Some good about them is that they have all of the functions I wanted in a perfect size. Red running light, brake light, sequential turn signal, and reverse light.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Side running lights: https://www.opt-7.com/sidekick-sequential-running-board-switchback-led-strip-kit/

 

These have held up for over 3 years. Michigan winters and all. No complaints.

 

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43 minutes ago, jashaw said:

 

These are the side step lights: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HN1YHZV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

I dont know if I would go this route again. The LED chips come unsoldered/die over time, and look like the below screenshot(not mine, but representative of my experience).

 

Knowing what I know now. I would go with diode dynamics C1R flush mount, and then get a dedicated sequential LED strip. Much more expensive, but the DD products are top notch. 

 

If you look closely at my passenger side rear step, the bottom strip running/brake light LEDs are dead.

 

Some good about them is that they have all of the functions I wanted in a perfect size. Red running light, brake light, sequential turn signal, and reverse light.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Side running lights: https://www.opt-7.com/sidekick-sequential-running-board-switchback-led-strip-kit/

 

These have held up for over 3 years. Michigan winters and all. No complaints.

 

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Thank You - I was looking at Recon Big Rig running Lights ( Amber/ White ) .

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On 6/9/2023 at 9:57 AM, slj2008 said:

Thank You - I was looking at Recon Big Rig running Lights ( Amber/ White ) .

 

I would have a tough time justifying the large price difference for the recon brand.

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Today I put a Fox suspension under my truck.  Fox 2.0 coil overs up front set at 2 inches of lift at fox 2.0 shocks in the rear with Supreme suspensions 2-inch blocks.  I also put on the black Trail Boss style wheels and Goodyear Ultraterrain AT tires.  I almost forgot we changed out the OEM chrome running boards for these black ones.  I had already done the blacked-out badging, Borla touring catback, and an S&B cold air intake.  My truck is a 2022 refresh RST 6.2 I bought it new in January.Foxlift2.thumb.jpg.e7425bde6a851c31d2be9bd86edc4324.jpg

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1 hour ago, 17Z71 said:
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Today I put a Fox suspension under my truck.  Fox 2.0 coil overs up front set at 2 inches of lift at fox 2.0 shocks in the rear with Supreme suspensions 2-inch blocks.  I also put on the black Trail Boss style wheels and Goodyear Ultraterrain AT tires.  I almost forgot we changed out the OEM chrome running boards for these black ones.  I had already done the blacked-out badging, Borla touring catback, and an S&B cold air intake.  My truck is a 2022 refresh RST 6.2 I bought it new in January.Foxlift2.thumb.jpg.e7425bde6a851c31d2be9bd86edc4324.jpg

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Your truck looks great. I did the fox 2.0 also and the difference in ride and handling puts my truck much more to my liking. My wife even mentioned the difference and enjoys driving it. I did a 1 1/2 inch block in the back and I’m pretty much level at 40 inches height at every fender. I did have to adjust the headlights after going up 2 inches in front. 

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On 6/13/2023 at 8:22 PM, 17Z71 said:

Fox 2.0 coil overs up front

Looks good!

 

Did you get the threaded/adjustable coilovers that come with springs or the clip coilovers that reuse the stock spring? How's the ride? I've been eyeing either these or the Eibachs with with a Deaver mini-pack in the rear.

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On 7/2/2023 at 9:30 AM, Cardsfan300 said:

Swapped out the chrome lug nuts for OEM black lug nuts. Think they look so much better especially on a silver truck. Hoping they hold up over time. lugnutchrome.thumb.jpg.2f36acbd3878f0c0b4888c30f9538a53.jpglugnutsblack.thumb.jpg.c887910c47f503f070e651d1609ee1f2.jpglugnutblk1.thumb.jpeg.761db2d5a08cc50299fb3e6573baa5f1.jpeglugnutblk2.thumb.jpeg.ca790c79909501f2743346b21f657951.jpeg

Looks great. I may have to get these for mine. Dont forget the locking lugnuts.

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On 7/5/2023 at 2:11 PM, jsc406 said:

Looks good!

 

Did you get the threaded/adjustable coilovers that come with springs or the clip coilovers that reuse the stock spring? How's the ride? I've been eyeing either these or the Eibachs with with a Deaver mini-pack in the rear.

The complete new coilovers.  Already came pre-set at 2 inches of lift and made the swap a little easier.  

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Went ahead and upgraded the steering the last week. Got a cover from EastDetailing (link below)($88). It did take about four hours actually stitch it together. Also added a CF trim piece from Ebay to complete the look (link below). Total cost was $110. Got more photos on my Instagram @PureZ71. Thanks!
 
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