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About Jackseric

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    2014 GMC Sierra CC Denali 5.3L
  1. I've got the Zone 6.5" kit on my '14 Denali and I stuck 35" Duratracs on with factory wheels and no rub ANYWHERE. I honestly think I might've been able to fit 37" tires in there. I want to second what @a_salazar08 said, though. I would NOT recommend going bigger. I did the Add-A-Leaf extra because I hate the Cali-lean nose in the air look. I don't know how much the tires you're considering weigh, but with these Duratracs my truck now feels like I've got the bed loaded full all the time. I've lost 4-5mpg easy. Still worth it with how sweet it looks, but damn she feels like a dog sometimes. I am saving my pennies for a tune and possibly other power adders now. I can't imagine what 37s would have done. Just food for thought.
  2. Yes, and it presents no issues. I've been running this way for 2 years. In fact, I've had multiple people stop me to ask how I got my cargo light to come on in reverse because the added light adds to visibility when backing up at night.
  3. I personally hate driving vehicles without tint, so I'm a little more sympathetic to your cause than some of the judges in here. :-) These days I only go just barely darker than legal, but back in the day I would go full limo on everything. Go to your local car audio shop and ask around where the customizers go to get inspected. They'll know where they 'overlook' tint.
  4. I did this and added my own charger to the armrest of my 14 using someone's guide on here. It works just fine. Yes, it's slower than plugging in, but all wireless charging is slower than plugging in. I had at the time, a Note 3 and it worked great. I've since gotten a Note 5 with built-in wireless charging and it also works great. Slow, but fast enough that I can turn on my navigation with screen on all the time, and stream music simultaneously, and the phone either charges or never drops below the percentage it was at when I started. The card I bought looked similar to what you linked to from amazon. I say go for it. Worst case scenario is you're out the money for the card. Small risk.
  5. Anyone else have trouble finding the Fram Fresh Breeze filter for our truck? (Model #: CF11809) I've searched every dealer location the Fram website in my area and none have it. I've looked on Amazon, and only 1 seller there has it, and it's a 'brand new seller' fresh out of Japan. (Very suspect!) Getting really frustrated with this...
  6. My chrome Denali wheels have that same bubbling around the valve stems.
  7. MPG after the upgrades? Are you happy you did it? Your setup looks perfect to me.
  8. Can you explain more on the topic of towing and the lack of clearance getting you in trouble?
  9. Sorry I cannot find it. I found it posted on the forum here before but can't seem to find it now. Has to do with seals and replacement door pins and re-alignment of the doors.
  10. There is a TSB on door seals and door alignment that could be the solution to that, but I don't believe it has anything to do with a level.
  11. While it hurts me to say so, because I really wanted to stuff the biggest tire I could get into my wheel wells, this makes so much sense. And a tire that is 1" taller is only going to add 1/2" of ground clearance. I was set on Duratracs 275/65/20 but the fear of the rougher ride and MPG hit were holding me back. Now I'm 99.5% certain 275/60/20 are the ticket. I just pulled out a ruler and truly looked at the difference and don't think there is a person alive that could see the difference unless the two sizes were placed next to each other. But I'll bet I'd be able to feel the extra 11lbs on each corner!

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