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    Trial and error is the best way to learn electrical, my first and only mistake I have ever made was with the battery itself. I bought one of those nice billet aluminum battery covers for my yellow top optima battery, well when putting that on I had forgot to unhook the battery and I touched the plate to both the + and - terminals and boy was that an experience. I got 2nd degree burns on the palms of my hands, because I didn't let go of the plate right away. Thank god it was a dry cell battery, because otherwise I would have had an acid bath!
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    Not a problem, I am currently working on a strange setup for my S-10 so I am in the lighting mood! 9 PIAA 520 series, with dual stage bulbs high/low beam they are brand new to the market. I seriously have a lighting addiction LOL, let me know how things go on your project!
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    With PIAA they have a pre-terminated wiring harness, and I mean it is an awesome and easy setup. All you do with that is hook a hot lead to the positive side of the battery, and then ground them to the frame or wherever you choose. KC lights are a lot different, they basically have all bare wires in which you splice and crimp and splice some more. It leaves lots of room for error, and then some people will splice them in with there headlights or whatever but I never splice factory wiring. I always make sure it's reversible with no hassle, long story short wire it straight to the battery and find a good ground and that is the best way.

    Also I install a quick disconnect on the battery, so that when it sits for periods of time I can cut those off-road fog lights off and not kill the battery. Even though they are off they still pull so many amps, it only takes about 5 days for it to completely drain a battery.
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    Well I am not familiar with HID's at all, but I would imagine that road would be a lot cheaper than buying an OEM or even aftermarket fog light. PIAA makes vehicle specific fog lights for a lot of cars and trucks, and PILOT makes some nice fog lights that are universal. KC Lights has some nice rectangular dual stage fog lights, meaning that it has yellow fog light beam and an intense white driving beam. They are about $200 for a set with wiring harness and everything, I like KC lights but there harness and switch are sub par. Hope this helps a little bit,.................AMY
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    I sure dop appreciate your help! I dont really have the tools for building a box so ui will probly go with 10"s a little bump is better than none at all! Thanks again!
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    Where did you get the speaker box for your truck? i think i have the same setup and i would love to have some boom-boom under the seat...
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    The brand name of the chip is SuperChip, and the I have 5% on top of 15% tint.
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    I have the 4.8l in my truck and when I put my superchip in, I felt like I was driving a completely different vehicle. As far as my exhaust sounds,http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=32339 that is the link to the pictures and the exhaust video of my truck. I posted the pictures first then replied with the video below. Let me know what you think!
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    Thanks for the picture comments! I bought a whole new set of projector headlights with the halos around them. Got them of Ebay and they didn't cost a ton of money. It definitely helped out how much I could see. Brights are much brighter, projector beams are much brighter and clear, and I couldn't get over how it changes the whole look of your car. I love them.
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    i wouldnt know to much about 22s but as long as its around a 33inch tire they should fit. its all about the offset really
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2009 Chevy Silverado LT1
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custom sub boxes
1000 watt hifonics sub amp
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