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  1. Help Please

    I have two questions first does anyone know a safe way to be able to fit 285s on my sierra its the classic body style and i have my keys all the way up and it barely fits my 265s :(, and second does anyone know hoe bad my gas milege would be if i ran a y pipe straights. i have a flowmaster and get about 14 around town. also how loud is it inside the cab with a y pipe ? Thanks alot guys !
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  2. RECON Projector Headlight Install

    Hey ya'll! Just got back from Vegas and installing the new headlight! Gotta tell you, it was NOT as easy as I was expecting it to be! Aside from pretty vague installation guides, we had a tough time finally calibrating the lights properly. After spending the better part of the day pulling the old lights out, we then went to work installing the old wiring harness into the new housing. This required splicing the L.E.D.'s from the turn signal indicator and Halo rings into the power supply. This ...
  3. New Shoes for Betty!

    Have I mentioned that I LOVE my wife:love:? For our Anniversary she bought me new tires and wheels for Betty! I now am rolling on a set of ATX Crawl wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Rugged Terrain T/A's! These definitely changes the appearance of Betty! Now I only went half an inch wider than the stock rims and didn't get much bigger because I don't plan on lifting the truck. As I do A LOT of driving, I figured I need what MPG I have. Still the truck looks awesome! For HER present, ...
  4. First Half of Lighting Upgrade

    Well I've received the Replacement interior dome lights, and the cab light from Recon. I have to say that the installation was WAY easier than I thought it would be! Was a bit tricky installing the LED's in the cab (the front LED's apparently needed to be inserted a specific way), but was taken care of a jiffy. The new Cab light Was quick to install as well, as there were only two screws to deal with. I was pleased to see that Recon wasn't kidding when they said their products were plug and ...