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    Wow!!!!!

    Please tell me how you connected the XM PCR to the connectors on that antenna. Pictures would be great too!

    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by traitorhound
    um. . .are you going to do anything with your hard drive mount . .. looks like it's set up on a slant, which is really bad for the gyroscopic forces when the truck is bouncing up and down and side to side

    I have had this installed for 2 years and 78,000 miles on and off road and never had any problems with the pc whatsoever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chut
    Wow!!!!!

    Please tell me how you connected the XM PCR to the connectors on that antenna. Pictures would be great too!

    Peter

    You take the yellow plastic off the antenna wire end then plug it into the XM PCR. The one wire will pickup both sat and terrestrial.

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    Well, thats doesn't seem so hard!

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    heh, nice. but i have to ask... why z560's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by inline4
    heh, nice. but i have to ask... why z560's?
    Have you listen to them, sound grate and for $130.00 online you cant beat it. I have 2 speakers in the dash and 2 in the rear.

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    *****in truck. you got a TON of money into that thing. people generally use air bags to lower their trucks, what did you do different to lift it? i have always wanted air on mine, do you think its possible? (a arms in front, 2wd) i would like to get the truck higher than it already is w/ the use of bags. thx. -Ryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanerb
    *****in truck. you got a TON of money into that thing. people generally use air bags to lower their trucks, what did you do different to lift it? i have always wanted air on mine, do you think its possible? (a arms in front, 2wd) i would like to get the truck higher than it already is w/ the use of bags. thx. -Ryan
    My goal was to stop getting those $50.00 tickets for bumpers being over 28" and keep the look as before so I decided to use air springs along with 6" Superlift suspension lift so if air bags failed I still have a suspension even when 4 wheeling. With air bags, 4 link (no room up front for bags because of CV axles) alone just one failure (hole in bag, hole in line, bad valve, compressor, ect.) and you go nowhere. So I just added air springs to raise the truck and loosened torsion in front and took out springs in rear to get bumper down to 28" or less and now I have 9" of adjustment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck
    My goal was to stop getting those $50.00 tickets for bumpers being over 28" and keep the look as before so I decided to use air springs along with 6" Superlift suspension lift so if air bags failed I still have a suspension even when 4 wheeling. With air bags, 4 link (no room up front for bags because of CV axles) alone just one failure (hole in bag, hole in line, bad valve, compressor, ect.) and you go nowhere. So I just added air springs to raise the truck and loosened torsion in front and took out springs in rear to get bumper down to 28" or less and now I have 9" of adjustment.

    So when a cop pulls you over, you just lower it? then when they leave you jack it back up????

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