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    Added A-Pillar mirrors for "Doors off" driving...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailRidden View Post
    I have actually been looking into superchips recently. Have you had a good experience with them? Ive tried one chip before on a silverado and was less than pleased. It was a different brand though.
    I've only tried the Superchips. My seat of the pants (throttle response) feel got better. Allows for setting your Tire pressure warnings, clearing/reading of trouble codes, using lockers in 4Hi. I use the 87 octane setting. My mileage went from 15 MPG to 19+ MPG.

    So better performance and gas mileage. I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FallonJeeper View Post
    I've only tried the Superchips. My seat of the pants (throttle response) feel got better. Allows for setting your Tire pressure warnings, clearing/reading of trouble codes, using lockers in 4Hi. I use the 87 octane setting. My mileage went from 15 MPG to 19+ MPG.

    So better performance and gas mileage. I like it!
    That sounds perfect! You've definitely turned my attention towards them. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailRidden View Post
    That sounds perfect! You've definitely turned my attention towards them. Thanks!
    I'm running an AirAid Cold Air Intake, but should be close to K&N.

    I'm also running on 35" KM2s. And the FlashPaq will adjust for tire diameter to correct your speedometer.

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    Finally got them on...




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    Nothing but a Thing Atch's Avatar
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    I got my fronts installed, pretty straight forward install.

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    new eyeballs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Atch View Post
    I got my fronts installed, pretty straight forward install.

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    Is the bracket where the shock mounted to the frame have to be cut off !?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonDetrick View Post

    Is the bracket where the shock mounted to the frame have to be cut off !?
    On the fronts, you trim not cut off the lower shock mount, on the axle. The original upper shock mount is behind the new mount, they bolt together.

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    Thanks buddy. . Did you take any photos while you were doin the install ?

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