2008 CHEVY 2500

qev1

New Member
Jul 12, 2010
5
2008 GMC 2500 ! Some extra pics , enjoy ! Here's the equipment :


1-Code 3 2700 series Prism II LED bar


1-Code 3 Mastercom 3892L6 200watt


3-Code 3 3100 series siren speakers


1-Code 3 3920 remote compact siren- operated from mastercom


6-Code 3 3x7 Prism Perimeter lights


4-Code 3 XT3 Light heads


8-Code 3 Hide-a-blast hideaway LED heads (figure out where they are all at)


1-Code 3 XT308 - 8-head light stick


1-Code 3 900 series Headlight flasher


4- custom sections of Able 2 LED by the inch sticks


2-Kenwood TK 890 remote head UHF radios


1-Kenwood TK 880 Kenwood VHF radio


1 Motorola MCS 2000 800 MHZ radio


2- Kenwood KLF-2 in line noise filters


1 custom console


Many miles of wire, wire loom and heat shrink, plenty of solder, flux, connectors, fuse holders and fuses, 1-200 amp master solenoid, and circuit breakers,

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Boss429

Member
May 21, 2010
261
Pennsylvania
Nice job! :) (although the red is a little much for me to handle).
 

ohi007

Member
May 21, 2010
386
Canton, oh
very nice. the red is a little strong, but love the custom work, and really like how erything is mounted. can you post the specs on the box, HxWxD etc, did you do it your self, or where did u have it done, etc.. also pics of the rest of the truck please!!!!
 

qev1

New Member
Jul 12, 2010
5
Boss429 said:
Nice job! :) (although the red is a little much for me to handle).

Red was factory color of exterior, does not look as powerful as the picture makes it look
 

jschmidt

New Member
Jul 9, 2010
1
Yep its my ride for now; QEV has been our installer since 2001 and does fantastic custom work. Currently working on our new 2010 Yukon and he promises its better than our 08 GMC. The red console is really not as bright as it looks in the pics and really makes the interior pop we have an old one in another truck that is black and it is just kind of "there". We have several other vehicles and I have encouraged QEV to post them as well, lesson learned on this one.... make sure you tell your installer that your favorite convenience store just changed the size of your pop and coffee cups if you want them to fit the custom holders!
 

qev1

New Member
Jul 12, 2010
5
The question is, Does it really matter if it is diet soda if you drink it 52 oz at a time ????????
 

smsales

Member
May 21, 2010
479
West Michigan
catfish said:
haha, someone doesn't know what truck they worked on last :p ...its a GMC..I own the same model
i figured as much, but, i have seen trucks that have the outside pkg as chevy and the inside as GMC, i would love to get one like that.cross bread! so i just wanted to check.
 

LLS

Member
May 23, 2010
517
NYC
you gotta just love Government funding. Theres enough lights on that truck to do 3 installs! Also, doesn't anyone thing the custom graphic is a waste of tax-payer $$ ?
 

qev1

New Member
Jul 12, 2010
5
LL&S said:
you gotta just love Government funding. Theres enough lights on that truck to do 3 installs! Also, doesn't anyone thing the custom graphic is a waste of tax-payer $$ ?


Jealousy is a terrible thing, and think is spelled T-H-I-N-K !
 

TCO

Member
May 21, 2010
808
Malvern,Pa
nice looking truck. I am liking the custom console but i think the truck needs more lights :D :D
 

DaveCN5

Member
May 22, 2010
703
South East Michigan
I really don't see why people install lights in the wheel wells. Just asking for trouble if you ask me, but none the less a nice truck. I like the Sierras a lot better than the Silverados.
 

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