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    New calipers

    I have a 04 Silverado Z71 with 35" tires on 18" rims. Would it be a wise choice to just replace the Factory Calipers and keep using the Factory rotors to beef up the stoping power? Or do I have to...
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    04 silverado Z71 18" rim 35"x12.5X18 tires.

    04 silverado Z71 18" rim 35"x12.5X18 tires.
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    New breaks and roters.

    So I'v had me truck lifted for about a year now and I'm thinking about adding bigger rotors and new breaks to help stop the bigger tires. Any thoughts or Suggestions?
  4. Thread: Kinda new.

    by bbwalker665
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    Kinda new.

    Been on the Forum a little more than a week and I look forword to all the hel I can give and recieve form here. Glad to be a member.
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    I am also intrested in a Baja mount for the bed...

    I am also intrested in a Baja mount for the bed of my truck. This site has some cool applications if thats what you are looking for. www.rat-cage.com
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    LIghts Lights Lights.

    So I'm thinking about adding a 4 light light bar and some in grill lights. The porblem im running into is I dont want to have to put holes in my dash or anything like that. I have seen some guys...
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    side steps.

    On a scale form 1 to 10 how diffacult is it to install a set of nfab wheel to wheel side steps. Any advice or know how would be a great help if you have or have seen it done.
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