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Installed some custom fit mudflaps on my AT4 today. First product I’ve ever bought In a long time that actually fit the first time. 
 

Also did my side exit exhaust too to go with the Magnaflow muffler. Excuse the dirty truck-it’s winter in the mountains. And the crooked photos. If someone wants to fix that go ahead!!06B24426-EF39-40D9-9715-2C1D551A3214.jpeg.756b344e79eea15df00ee3e4f72eaeb9.jpeg

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Just picked up the Denali 2500 from Pittsburgh custom wraps. Had GSWF clear paint protection film applied to front bumper. Color matched Vinyl wrapped door handles, chrome trim on mirrors, front and rear logos, upper and lower front grille trims and fender badges. Chrome delete around driver and passenger side windows with matching black vinyl wrap. Working on removing side and rear chrome lettering. 3" superlift with
22" wheels should be done within next month hopefully. Looking at some performance/tuning mods in the future. Waiting to see what Banks will have to offer. 272cc076f9cddb9c8bc590dd321d0c46.jpg0ed8eab13ae5b587416966ed354e8f57.jpgfbe3c60d16e3312600b4522ab90348cb.jpg15a53f7666a9d29e50cd2864cda71fb7.jpg33e7f14ecbdbd769f11bf338f2750a81.jpgffb3ba00369f2bee60ecc1ed2de15fb2.jpgff201b5db3b0f70e541774b1547da885.jpg

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Just picked up the Denali 2500 from Pittsburgh custom wraps. Had GSWF clear paint protection film applied to front bumper. Color matched Vinyl wrapped door handles, chrome trim on mirrors, front and rear logos, upper and lower front grille trims and fender badges. Chrome delete around driver and passenger side windows with matching black vinyl wrap. Working on removing side and rear chrome lettering. 3" superlift with

22" wheels should be done within next month hopefully. Looking at some performance/tuning mods in the future. Waiting to see what Banks will have to offer. 272cc076f9cddb9c8bc590dd321d0c46.jpg0ed8eab13ae5b587416966ed354e8f57.jpgfbe3c60d16e3312600b4522ab90348cb.jpg15a53f7666a9d29e50cd2864cda71fb7.jpg33e7f14ecbdbd769f11bf338f2750a81.jpgffb3ba00369f2bee60ecc1ed2de15fb2.jpgff201b5db3b0f70e541774b1547da885.jpg

 

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1 hour ago, doozer78 said:

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Doozer- The truck looks awesome man. Really like how that white turned out. I got my suspension/wheels and tires done. Gonna do my chrome delete next week (black truck/black vinyl). 

 

 

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Finished up the CST 4” lift over the weekend. A bit of a chore to get it done but love it and drives great. Took about 14 hours on and off with helpers. The cSt kit didn’t raise the rear enough with the 2” blocks so I will be raising it more with 3” blocks tomorrow. As it sits, the front is about 1” higher than the back. I have a heavy slide-out in the bed with tools so it drops it about 3/4”. The blocks will bring it back up.

Today I had new fuel sledge rims (20”x 9” 20mm offset) wrapped in 37”x12.5” BFG K02. Very minor rubbing on the front of the wheel well liners which I took care of with zip ties. The space between the mud flap and tire at full lock was a little tight so I heated them up and molded back a bit.

I’ll take more picks once I bring the rear up. I included one pic of the lift before the wheels yesterday in my shop.

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16 hours ago, cpap said:

Finished up the CST 4” lift over the weekend. A bit of a chore to get it done but love it and drives great. Took about 14 hours on and off with helpers. The cSt kit didn’t raise the rear enough with the 2” blocks so I will be raising it more with 3” blocks tomorrow. As it sits, the front is about 1” higher than the back. I have a heavy slide-out in the bed with tools so it drops it about 3/4”. The blocks will bring it back up.

Today I had new fuel sledge rims (20”x 9” 20mm offset) wrapped in 37”x12.5” BFG K02. Very minor rubbing on the front of the wheel well liners which I took care of with zip ties. The space between the mud flap and tire at full lock was a little tight so I heated them up and molded back a bit.

I’ll take more picks once I bring the rear up. I included one pic of the lift before the wheels yesterday in my shop.

 

looks awesome. How much cutting/drilling was there with the CST?

They don't have any instructions posted on their website.

 

Cognito has more cutting than I am willing to do.

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looks awesome. How much cutting/drilling was there with the CST?
They don't have any instructions posted on their website.
 
Cognito has more cutting than I am willing to do.


Thank you. I had to cut the back passenger cross member about 1” off the front side. The back drivers cross member needed a little more taken out to clear the diff. I compared the cognito and CST and the CST was a lot less with regard to cutting. Only two holes on each side of the LCA had to be drilled. I can send you the CST instructions if you like.


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Readylift 3/2 sst kit with fox shocks
fuel blitz 20x9 +20 offset
37x12.50 20 nitto ridge grappler

Initially it rubbed the front felt liner and mud flap in the rear. It does rub the frame rail at full lock. I removed the lower valence just because. I trimmed the mud flap and was able to bend the brackets in the front behind the felt liner enough to eliminate any rubbing.

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2020 Custom....a crap load over the last two weeks. All done by yours truly.

 

1.  7" RC lift w/ 22x12 Hostile Alphas and 37x13.5x22 Nitto ridge grapplers  

2. Kryptonite Uppers

3. OEM Led headlights and fog lights using Gen5diy harness

4. ProX15 tonneau cover

5. Kryptonite HD Idler Arm

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On 12/9/2020 at 2:39 PM, cpap said:

Finished up the CST 4” lift over the weekend. A bit of a chore to get it done but love it and drives great. Took about 14 hours on and off with helpers. The cSt kit didn’t raise the rear enough with the 2” blocks so I will be raising it more with 3” blocks tomorrow. As it sits, the front is about 1” higher than the back. I have a heavy slide-out in the bed with tools so it drops it about 3/4”. The blocks will bring it back up.

Today I had new fuel sledge rims (20”x 9” 20mm offset) wrapped in 37”x12.5” BFG K02. Very minor rubbing on the front of the wheel well liners which I took care of with zip ties. The space between the mud flap and tire at full lock was a little tight so I heated them up and molded back a bit.

I’ll take more picks once I bring the rear up. I included one pic of the lift before the wheels yesterday in my shop.

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Very nice, more pics please.!

 

I plan to buy the same kit, just waiting for the Fox elite shocks w/4 inch left to come out.

 

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21 hours ago, cpap said:

 

... I can send you the CST instructions if you like.

 

 

that would be great. I appreciate it

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that would be great. I appreciate it

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I just put the 3” blocks in the back. Perfect ride height now.

 

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Just picked up my AT4HD two weeks ago.

 

Leveled, 20x9 +20 offset Fuel Contra’s on 35x12.50x20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers

 

 

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Readylift 3/2 sst kit with fox shocks
fuel blitz 20x9 +20 offset
37x12.50 20 nitto ridge grappler

Initially it rubbed the front felt liner and mud flap in the rear. It does rub the frame rail at full lock. I removed the lower valence just because. I trimmed the mud flap and was able to bend the brackets in the front behind the felt liner enough to eliminate any rubbing.
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Considering at the same kit. How does the truck ride compared to stock?

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