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Before and After Pics of '03 2500HD


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Hi guys, been hanging around for a few months and have really learned alot. Decided to post some pics of my truck with some before and after. It's a 2003 2500HD ECSB 6.0L 4x4.

 

List of Mods:

 

Westin step bars

Putco billet grille

Rhino lining

Craftsman toolbox

Bushwacker rail guards

GM color matched door and tailgate handles

chrome "heavy duty" emblems

Bridgestone Dueler AT Revos 285/75/16

 

Upcoming Mods:

 

Corsa Single Side Exit Exhaust

Westin bull bar

Hella off road lights

Cognito Motorsports leveling kit

Cognito Motorsports pitman/idler arm support kit

and maybe some aftermarket wheels

 

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Hi, the heavy duty emblems are from the current Dodge Ram. I bought a set on Ebay and stuck 'em on. My goal was to differentiate my truck from the 1500 series and the small HD letters GM puts on their trucks just isn't enough. They draw attention and most people don't realize they are from a Ram. I have a lot Chevy owners ask me what factory option I got. :cheers:

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Thanks for the compliments guys. Truckin2003, to answer your question, the BFG Muds were the first tires I put on the truck because I worked on construction sites and needed the traction. I got promoted and now work in the city, so I decided to switch to a set of all terrain tires. BIG MISTAKE. I hate the Revos. They have a very flexible sidewall which translates into being "squirmy" on the road, if thats a word. Also I have yet to actually get them to balance properly. The BFG's had a better ride quality, they were just louder.

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Thanks for the compliments guys.  Truckin2003, to answer your question, the BFG Muds were the first tires I put on the truck because I worked on construction sites and needed the traction.  I got promoted and now work in the city, so I decided to switch to a set of all terrain tires.  BIG MISTAKE.  I hate the Revos.  They have a very flexible sidewall which translates into being "squirmy" on the road, if thats a word.  Also I have yet to actually get them to balance properly.  The BFG's had a better ride quality, they were just louder.

 

 

 

 

Hmmm, interesting. I had dealer swap out my stock mini-donut-sized 245's for a set of 285 REVO's before I even picked up the truck. That's all I've ever driven on this truck...seem okay to me.

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Daubs, Yeah I would agree with you. I bought the Revos because of all the recommendations on this site. Seems most everyone who has a set likes them. However, in my case I have already had two of mine replaced because of "high balance pressure" whatever that means. But they are still not balanced. I always get a vibration at 50 and 65 mph. The bfg's balanced the first time and all I did was rotate them. With the Revos, I have been to the dealership 4 times within 2 months for balancing.

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