Chevrolet Suburban 2500

  • HTML tutorial

Neon Paradise

Rank IV
Member
Adventure

Enthusiast III

1,116
Interior Ditch Road, Suffolk, Virginia 23434, United States
First Name
Justin
Last Name
L
Member #

26007

20220408_135645.jpg
20220408_133912.jpg
Finally had time to take the Suburban to the shop to have the auxiliary lighting rigged up. I went with an AuxPower 6-Gang Control from Amazon. It seems to be decent quality, but I would have liked to have found a unit that could support a higher amp load. One of the 10 amp terminals got messed up as well with little pressure.

It works well and has an auto-dimming sensor so that its not distracting at night.
 

TahoePPV

Rank VI
Member

Influencer III

4,312
Buda, TX, USA
First Name
Rex
Last Name
Drake
Member #

19540

Ham Callsign
KI5GH
Service Branch
Air Force
  • Like
Reactions: Neon Paradise

TahoePPV

Rank VI
Member

Influencer III

4,312
Buda, TX, USA
First Name
Rex
Last Name
Drake
Member #

19540

Ham Callsign
KI5GH
Service Branch
Air Force
True dat! I’ve also thought about a border patrol cut, but don’t want to lose the pushbar.
 

Neon Paradise

Rank IV
Member
Adventure

Enthusiast III

1,116
Interior Ditch Road, Suffolk, Virginia 23434, United States
First Name
Justin
Last Name
L
Member #

26007

20220526_163240.jpg20220526_144307.jpg20220526_153338.jpg20220526_165410.jpg
Today I decided to tackle the sound dampening material that I ordered through Amazon. I bought two 10 packs of 14.5x10. Each pack weighs 7.3 pounds. It was easy to cut down and the adhesive worked well.

I did both rear wheel wells, the underside of the slide out tray, part of the rear roof, and all four doors. I can definitely tell the difference and I'm pleased with the results vs the cost.