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Sierra Dan

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

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1 minute ago, AJMBLAZER said:

How much did the Katzkin cost you?

$1,050 installed.

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New BDS lift......

 

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New BDS lift......
 



Wow! That thing is a monster!
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3 minutes ago, SqueakyBoot said:

Wow! That thing is a monster!

I thought it was big too until a lifted Super Duty pulled up next to me at a light today..........made my truck look small.

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1 hour ago, BlackLS said:

New BDS lift......

 

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What power running boards? Your truck is a beast 

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9 hours ago, Jmonty said:

What power running boards? Your truck is a beast 

Amp Research steps. They are a must for a lifted truck, especially when you have kids.

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53 minutes ago, BlackLS said:

Amp Research steps. They are a must for a lifted truck, especially when you have kids.

Your truck looks great!  It's very similar to where I think I want to take mine, with a slightly smaller lift.  Well done!

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16 hours ago, BlackLS said:

Amp Research steps. They are a must for a lifted truck, especially when you have kids.

Man I want these so bad, always have

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Removed the mud flap bracket so the 35's don't rub.

 

Also tied the front side of the wheel well liners back to prevent rubbing.

 

I now have zero rubbing forward or reverse with 35x12.5's on 20x10 -18 Fuel Mavericks. (with a 6" lift)

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Finally finished my full skar audio system 6x9 in the front 6.5 in the rear with 2 zvx 8s amps are skar 1000w for doors and skar 3500w on subs

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My hub centric rings came in earlier this week and I was able to get my wheels installed today.

Talk about a transformation. The old saying still rings true. "Wheels really do make a vehicle."

 

Raceline Addict 942B

Gloss Black

20x9 with +18 offset

Extended black lug nuts.

 

No spacers required as the spoke design clears the front brake caliper bump easily.

Wheels and tires are also flush with the body. I used ZHTEAP 106mm to 78.1mm hub centric adapter rings and they fit perfectly.

Wheels and lugs from www.customwheeloffset.com.

Wheels drop shipped from Raceline and arrived quickly.

Now on to Round 3.

 

-Patrick-

 

 

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I washed and detailed the interior yesterday.

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We picked up the new AT4 yesterday and I’ve already debadged it, leveled it and swapped the antenna out.

Once my 3M carbon vinyl gets here today I’ll wrap the front GMC logo.

I’ll post pics once I get it washed this morning; it rained on us coming home from the dealer.

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