I use my Chevy Truck every day for my job!
Got drop done 4/6 from ihc looks alot better now
Lowering 2013 silverado 4/6 ihc drop control arms flip kit lift shackels rear 22 running 285 45 22 tires any advise
Came along way in 2 months 4/6 drop going on as we speak
04 cat eye build in progress
Samb loves jotos
Rebuilding a 4.8 for a Sierra Classic
Sam still wont sell SDM - "I KnOw WhAt I'vE gOt"
Samb = liberace gay
Nothing has changed, Samb is still gay af.
Its likely Sam has won salegay of the year
samb identifies as the regional manager of all gays in his area
assistant to the regional manager*
Samb identifies as a gay
Hey man your Sierra is sick. What drop were you running? Looks like a 2/4 maybe.
I was running a 5.5”/8” with coilovers up front
If you’re talking about the picture in my sig, I think that was 3/5. That truck had a lot of suspensions the 4 years I had it. Check out the build thread for additional information. Hope that helps.
I have a question. You probably haven't done a cluster other than GM ones but how much would it be to do dark blue LED's on a 2005 Magnum interior?
Hello Ginger. I am interested in some plates for a Denali retrofit. Can I get a set for the H1 7.0?
I only made them for the 2.0. i havent made them for anything newer.
Hello Khaos, I am new to the forum! I came across it because I am trying to do a retrofit for my 2005 Denali, and I saw that the Morimoto H1 is a common projector to use in this retrofit, but apparently I need the projector plate. I checked out some of the threads and many of them are closed or have links that are no longer active. can you refer me to someone that still sells them, or an active thread?
Nobody makes the plates anymore, seeing as those trucks are 2 generations behind, and the retrofit just isn't as popular anymore. HOWEVER, The Retrofit Source has this kit, where you cut your own brackets: https://www.theretrofitsource.com/morimoto-retroquik-universal.html
This will work for you
Hey Jared I was looking at your GMC. I have a 06 Silverado. I’m currently ordering 20” wheels with 295/45/20 falken ziex which I saw you had in another post. Basically I want to know if they’re too big or if they fit well. I’m doing a 3/4 drop.
295 may be a tad wide. Sorry it took so long to respond I rarely get on these days. I ran a 275. 3/4 is mild but may still rub at full lock
Hi - Im doing the same 4/7 mcg's drop as you with 275/45/20 tires on my 2009 RCSB. No rear frame notch at this time. Does yours have any tire rubbing or does the rear end hit the frame often as my set up will be almost identical to yours. What about the need to notch the bed under the rear axel. Appreciate any advise Thanks, Don
Just now seeing this.....When I had the 275/45's it didn't rub at all from what I can remember, it did smack frame at times in the rear though depending on road conditions/what I was hauling but not enough to notch anything. I still haven't notched anything to this day but I do have some spots on my rear inner fenders from where things have bottom out and rubbed with my 275/55's.
Thanks very much, I will stick with 275/45/20 given your experience
Hey I found a post you were involved a few years back. I just had some 20” stock Silverado rims decladded and powder coated. My center caps do not fit. Do you suggest taking that plastic chrome off the cap? Any help would be appreciated. Kenny
there's no stock center caps that fit decladded wheels, you'll have to build something custom or deal with having no caps
I believe that he used the caps and silicone or something such as that. Try private messaging him and he might answer faster as these are sometimes not seen.
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