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New rear bumper has been ordered, they say four weeks so i'm hoping to have it by Christmas.

I plan to paint it to match the one pictured on this truck.
 

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Swapped out the 275/65 R 20 toyo AT II's and installed 35/11.5 R 20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers.

Also had my rear bumper and all the painting supplies come in, just need the temps to go up a little so I can paint it.
 

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All painted and installed
 

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Your truck looks awesome! I have a question about your wheels. Did you have to change your rear lug studs to longer ones? I recently recieved my wheels from custom offsets and when I tried to install them yesterday, I couldn't even get the lug nut started with both the wheels on. I bought fuel Maverick outter dually wheels and cali offroad inners. The matting surface on the new wheels are much thicker than stock.
 

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Your truck looks awesome! I have a question about your wheels. Did you have to change your rear lug studs to longer ones? I recently recieved my wheels from custom offsets and when I tried to install them yesterday, I couldn't even get the lug nut started with both the wheels on. I bought fuel Maverick outter dually wheels and cali offroad inners. The matting surface on the new wheels are much thicker than stock.
Sorry I didn't see this or get notified that I had a new post on this thread.

My Mayhem wheels use a "Shank" style lug, so the lug goes into the wheels and grabs the threads. I have all six mayhem wheels so I have no issues.

Are you using acorn style lugs?
 

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So, my factory shocks rode good.

My Zone level with Fox "Adventure" series shocks rode great.

My Bds 4.5 with Fox smooth body "performance" shocks rides like crap.

After doing some research I found a few owners saying the resi style ride better so I gave it a shot.
Installed the Fox non-adjustable Reservoir shocks on the front and they ride pretty good, better than stock and a 100% better than the smooth body Fox shocks.

Not quite as good as the adventure series but they say it takes about 1K miles to break these in so I think they will be at least as good if not better.

Happy with the way the truck rides again!
 

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Blacked out the B pillars today.
 

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What did you use? paint or vinyl? looks great and my BWW would like it on her B pillars!
 

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What did you use? paint or vinyl? looks great and my BWW would like it on her B pillars!
Neither, it's pieces of plastic painted gloss black one one side and double sided tape on the other.

I wasn't sure if I was going to like the look, my Vinyl guy wanted $100 and these were $44 with a $10 rebate if you leave a review.
So far I like them a lot.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/BLACK-Pillar-Posts-for-Silverado-Sierra-14-19-Extended-Crew-Double-Cab-4pc/324077600838?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
 

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Used some bed liner to coat my rear wheel wells since they don't make any for a dually, $130 off Amazon vs $400 that the local shop wanted.

Also installed front and rear REK GEN mud flaps.
 

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Installed a Linkswell Gen 4 T style 12.1 radio

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Nice infocenter, that looks good!
 
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