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  1. I hear ya man. There's plenty of mufflers/ cat-backs out there that are dual out the back. A new muffler will pretty much only change the sound of the exhaust, a full cat back will give you more hp and in possibly better mpg and throttle response. If you're going for all white on black, then go for the black tips, it'll really complete the whole black/ white look.
  2. sorry didnt mean to put your part in there, I was using it for reference haha
  3. Are you looking for a full cat-back exhaust or just a replacement muffler? I like dual out the back or dual out the sides. Black tips are cool but they look better on diesel trucks IMO, chrome tips never get old. Most likely the full cat-back exhaust, unless a I can get what I want out of just the muffler replacement. I don't think I want it out the sides, I prefer the back. I see what your saying but my problem is I dont know if the stainless look will go with my truck. My goal is full white on black look, you know?
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    Yea i plan on puttin the 35's on when these run down i just got my truck outta the shop when me and my buddy's went mudridin although i had a 1500 i was in front of my buddies in there 2500's which are badass is my opinion. I somehow messed the power steering pump up and the braket which bolts on. I have to take it too the shop tom. because the wiring is messed up which is a easy fix when they hook it up too see but it keeps saying engine too hot a/c off and then the temp will be at 160 when that's below norm and then will shoot back up 10 210 which is norm idk lol i had too much fun haha.
  5. Good choice going with the 35's. I'm kinda on the fence with body lifts lol. A 1.5 in. body lift I think is ok but anything higher than that just makes the truck look strange, especially if it doesn't have gap guards. As for 4.56 gears, I really don't know dude haha. I know stephan or Mfleetwood or some of the other members will probably know where to get some, they know more about this stuff than I do. Send them a PM and they can probably help you out.
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    I was just maybe considering the tires with maybe a 1.5 inch body lift but i really don't like body lifts to be honest.I will probably go with 35 12.50 my wheel doesnt have a offset it said when i bought it 0 offset so idk lol.i'm probably gonna go with nitto mudgrappler or toyo m/t.Where can i find 4.56 gears to buy online?
  7. I don't think they will clear very easily, you will probably have to do considerable trimming to fit 37's or 36's, that and your suspension components will wear out a lot faster. 37's are a lot of rubber. If it were me, I would go for 35's. Smaller tire yes, but also: cheaper to buy & replace, less wear on suspension components and probably no trimming needed as long as you don't have a ridiculous offset on your wheels.
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    Hey man i'm thinkin about going from a 33inch tire to a 36 or 37 when they run down i have a 7.5 inch rough country lift and i was wondering if they would fit or would rub at all the rim is a 18x9?
  9. Haha, yeah I'm surprised it took anyone this long to realize what it spelled out.
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    LOL, I've seen your name 30-40 times & never realized what it meant till I saw it on this thread. I wonder how many other people have never realized this????
    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/sho...ur-screen-name-!
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