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Wheel well plug-in??

Just wondering what these might be...they look like plug-ins for something, underneath the truck behind the front wheel well on both sides.

They look stock...

Anyone know what I'm talking about?
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Just wondering what these might be...they look like plug-ins for something, underneath the truck behind the front wheel well on both sides.

They look stock...

Anyone know what I'm talking about?
Does it look like this?
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Precisely!
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I saw that a while back and asked about it. It's supposedly a plug in for the ABS. At least that's what I was told
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Oh really! I was thinking maybe power for running board courtesy lamps but i guess not

Thanks for the quick reply, these forums are awesome!

and nice rig by the way
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Oh really! I was thinking maybe power for running board courtesy lamps but i guess not

Thanks for the quick reply, these forums are awesome!

and nice rig by the way
Thanks, you've got a nice ride too. I wish I had cab lights... I'm too scared to cut holes in my roof.
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Thanks! Yeah I would be too...I'm real glad I bought mine with them already in. Just one more question, are your wheels stock? I'm looking to get the 315 BFGs but wasn't sure if my rim width would allow for it...how do you like em?
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Thanks! Yeah I would be too...I'm real glad I bought mine with them already in. Just one more question, are your wheels stock? I'm looking to get the 315 BFGs but wasn't sure if my rim width would allow for it...how do you like em?
No, my wheels are not stock. They are 16x8 and I think yours are probably 16x7. I used to have 315/75R16 Dunlops on those rims and they were ballooned out and I didn't like the way they looked. These new BFGs are a little narrower and IMO look much better. They're pretty loud on the road but I've got 5" exhaust so it's hard to hear the tires over the exhaust. Other than that I like em.
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yup thats the plug for the front wheel abs
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Yeah i know what you mean. I'd be getting the All-Terrain K/O's...it'll probably be between 285s with load range E or the 295s load range D. Any of those will look a lot better than the 265 bridgestones i have on right now...
Anyway thanks for all your help!
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