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Just a couple of small things.

Well, I hadn't taken any pictures of the new rim condoms for the Chevy yet, so here is just one, lol.



They are Cooper Discoverer M+S studded tires. 265/70-17's. Didn't have the right size rims to mount them on, so I put them on the good ones until I can get some steelies.

And I also changed my DRL's to amber colored. Not a big deal or anything, just thought it looked cooler.

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Lights look much better than stock. I hate seeing gm vehicles that people only replace one and they don't match.
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The amber DRL's look better than the regular bulbs. Do you have any pictures of them with the parking lights on?
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Lights look much better than stock. I hate seeing gm vehicles that people only replace one and they don't match.
Yeah, I try to make sure all my lights are in good working order. The stock DRL's were still working fine, so I kept them.

My next project is getting them to stay on when the head lights are on.
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The amber DRL's look better than the regular bulbs. Do you have any pictures of them with the parking lights on?
Unfortunately, I haven't done the mod yet to keep the DRL's on with the parking or headlights on. That's on the to do list. They are only there when the truck is in Reverse, Neutral, or one of the Drive gears. After the headlights or parking lights come on, they turn off automatically.
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Unfortunately, I haven't done the mod yet to keep the DRL's on with the parking or headlights on. That's on the to do list. They are only there when the truck is in Reverse, Neutral, or one of the Drive gears. After the headlights or parking lights come on, they turn off automatically.
I was wondering about that. What I was going to say is if they stay on with the lights then keep them amber so they blend it with the parking lights. If there was no way to keep them on I would say change them to the nice pure white bulbs.
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