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New to the forum and should be picking up a 1794 in Mica late this week.

So what would be the first upgrade?

I'm thinking sway bar.
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License plate frame. Floor mats. Console organizers.

Drive it a little and then do the sway bar, to better feel the difference when you go put this very good mod on there.

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Now....change the factory blinker fluid. It's well understood that the quality is crap and shortens the life of the LED bulbs. Amsoil 10W blinker fluid is all the rage.

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I sign in through google+
Not an issue on the desktop but the mobile version of this site only shows Facebook and omits google+
So I can't use the mobile version and must request the desktop site on my iPhone to log in.
Something for the site admin to chew over.
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Welcome. You've found your way to the right place.!!!

Now....change the factory blinker fluid. It's well understood that the quality is crap and shortens the life of the LED bulbs. Amsoil 10W blinker fluid is all the rage.

Enjoy your stay here.
Should I also do the flux capacitor at the same time?
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New to the forum and should be picking up a 1794 in Mica late this week.

So what would be the first upgrade?

I'm thinking sway bar.
Congrats on the new truck! If you are thinking sway bar, you also might consider Coach Builder Shackles (CB +1, +2 or +3) and polyurethane bushings.
Husky Contour mats are the best! I have Husky Contours in Front and Weather tech in the rear cause they extent under the rear seat further for added protection. Wish that Husky offered the same design for the rear mat.


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Definitely floor mats. I skipped those and went straight to a lift and tires for my first upgrade.
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Me too, went straight from delivery truck to service for upgrades ... wife didn't have time to question


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Definitely floor mats. I skipped those and went straight to a lift and tires for my first upgrade.
Any favorites other than weather tech?
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Any favorites other than weather tech?
Husky x-acts..

Love mine..

https://www.huskyliners.com/X-act-Contour-Floor-Mats

Welcome, this place will cost you money.
It has cost me over $6K in 2 years..

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Husky x-acts..

Love mine..

https://www.huskyliners.com/X-act-Contour-Floor-Mats

Welcome, this place will cost you money.
It has cost me over $6K in 2 years..
Thanks for the link.
I'm already down about 2k just in my head alone and I don't even have the truck yet!
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Husky x-acts..

Love mine..

https://www.huskyliners.com/X-act-Contour-Floor-Mats

Welcome, this place will cost you money.
It has cost me over $6K in 2 years..
Thanks you just cost me $$, checked out url and see that Husky now offers full coverage in the rear for CM, they did not have that option in 2015. Will be ordering rear X-Act full coverage to go along with my front X-Acts.


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Welcomeand definitely all season mats and o have OEM but husky will be my choice when I can replace them. Also as mentioned this site makes you spend more $.

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