tryn2lrn replied to tryn2lrn's topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDThanks for the info, I just realized I can't go bigger anyway as I won't be able to put my cable chains on when plowing if I go any bigger. They barely fit now. Can't believe I almost ordered the tires before I remembered. Guess the memory is the first thing to go. PS those BFGs look really nice on there. Let us know how they wear. I am still undecided between the new BFGs or the new Geolandars.
tryn2lrn replied to tryn2lrn's topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDThanks for the reply. In looking around and the bigger tires are also cheaper.....go figure.
tryn2lrn posted a topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDI did a couple of searches but either I am not entering the right words or something but can anyone tell me if the put the next size up tires on their STOCK 2500HD? Not key adjustments or anything, I am just looking to see if anyone has LT275/70-18 on their trucks without rubbing issues. I don't see why there should be an issue but would rather not spend $850 and be sorry later. Thanks
tryn2lrn replied to tryn2lrn's topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDGoing to try and find a broken rear slider in the junk yard. Maybe I can chisel the piece off and reglue it. Dealer didn't even bother to reply to me.
Unfortunately "new glass" means a new rear window which means almost $700 just for the part plus installation. I wonder if anyone here knows who manufactures the sliding window. I can try and contact them. I refuse to pay that much for a freaking $1.00 piece of plastic. I'll pay a shop to mill me a new piece.
tryn2lrn posted a topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDHello, my search for a part or procedure to fix this has not gone well. I see TONS of power slider cable/regulator help but my issue isn't with that, myissue is the plastic stop has torn off of the glass. I can't find a replacement piece of plastic on gmpartsdirect or anywhere else. I can't believe you would need to buy new glass with the piece already attached. Seems like this should be a common problem but I guess not. Anyone had this happen and found a replacement part? Thanks for any help
Found a video on you tube that showed rotating the door panel upside down so you could see how it came undone. Once I saw that it was a no brainer. Killed 2 birds with one stone got my dent removed and found that rattle that has been driving me nuts for almost 2 years. Off topic but that paintless dent repair is pretty amazing. Really can't tell where it was. Thanks for the replies and the after market advice. I may pull the drivers side now and see about some new speakers while I have it all ripped apart............
tryn2lrn posted a topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDI am trying to remove the door panel an my 2013 gmc 2500. I get the door panel loose but cannot figure out how to disconnect it from the handle area. From reading here it seems there is a cable that operates the latch from the handle. How do I disconnect the cable so I can fully remove the door panel? Thanks
Wow, I am debating just buying a good HID kit if I have to go through this much hassle. They are supposed to last longer than regular bulbs, plus I always seem to blow out my Sylvania bulbs every time I plow the driveway from the vibration. At least I did in the 1500, maybe the new 2500 will plow nicer and not blow out my headlights as much. Although I could install new bulbs in like 45 seconds in the old style headlights. Guess they needed to make everything more difficult..................thanks for the replies, I just thought it was me being a dufuss.......................
tryn2lrn posted a topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDOkay I give up, I am fairly mechanically inclined but I cannot get the %$^# headlights out of my new truck. My 2004 took about 30 seconds to pull the headlights. Somehow these seem to be tied into the fender somehow. I unscrew the 2 bolts and unscrew the grill bolts and pop the inside of the headlight out from the bottom catch, but that's it. I have it past the grill but it hung up by the fender and the fascia below the headlight. What am I missing, this can't be that hard...................I just know I am going to get rammy and break something soon..................... Thanks
Thanks for the replies
tryn2lrn replied to barky's topic in 2000-2006 & 2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500HD/3500HDSorry to hear you are having issues, that really stinks. I can feel for you as I just traded my 2004 for a new 2013. I am kinda kicking myself on a semi daily basis as well. My old one had no issues just decided it was time for a change.....dummy. Well at least my dad is happy, he immediately went to the dealers and bought my old one and couldn't be happier......good luck getting it resolved.
Thanks guys for letting me know I am not the only one. Still love my truck!!!
No strange noises, just the few hundred rpm surge. Exhaust note sounds a bit different until warm but no other noises anywhere.
Being searching the posts and haven't seen anything new about this. Have seen some older posts. My shift from 2nd to 3rd slips/flares, whatever you want to call it, only when below full temperature. Only 2nd to 3rd and only when cold, can anyone else tell me if this happens on their new truck as well? Thanks
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