hey, how much did u end up paying for your head unit and where did you get it?
I'd really like to go with the 4" Readylift, I called and talked to them about it working with my aftermarket wheels. They say I will need their 7/8" wheel spacers on my front wheels to prevent rubbing the upper arm. The specs on my wheels are 17x9, 12 offset and 5.47" backspace. I'd like to run either a 285/70/17 or 295/70/17. I hear some mixed opinions on using wheel spacers on this forum, some people say as long as they are secure no problem, others say they will put extra stress on the wheel berrings. I'd prefer NOT to use the wheel spacers if I can prevent it. Could you find out from your buddy with the 4" Readylift what his wheel specs are? You have already told me that he is running a 285/70/17, so I'd like to hear about his offset and backspace of his wheels and if he is okay without the wheel spacers. Thanks!
Hey man where did u get them headlights at?
Have you done your bodylift yet??
cool m an, how do you like it so far? has it given your speakers more power?
nice, and the installers just wired it to the glove box for you? im really interested in picking up that head unit. it looks sickk
i thought they were because you have to turn up the volume through the head unit. also, how do you connect the ipod to that? since the jack is in the back?
does your reciever mess anything up with onstar?
sorry to keep bothering you but i love your new reciever, i was just wondering if it would sound good with the non-bose speakers... cause thats what i have. So how does it sound? did you install it or did you have someone else do it?
Question about your sound system. Did your truck come with the bose system or did it just have the regular radio?