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BIGBRD7

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About BIGBRD7

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  • Location
    NW Indiana
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    '14 Sierra SLT 6.2L, Crew Cab
  1. No delamination with wood /aluminum
  2. Mine, wife liked the chickens
  3. Could be brake fluid level, check service bulliten PIT5490. Dealer filled mine to the brim after I was randomly getting error message and no brakes, hadn't had a problem since.
  4. Service Trailer Brake System message

    Had same issue with my 2014, cleaned connections and used dielectric grease, still failed periodically. Dealer said there was a TSB pointing to brake fluid level, so they filled it to the brim. So far that seemed to fix the problem, but only pulled a few times since, then winter checked in.
  5. I cross over into a different time zone quite​ often, and it struggles sometimes to regonize when I'm back in my home zone. Do you live close to an area that doesn't observe DST?
  6. That's a fancy looking garage / shop you have to work in.
  7. Its February, its 65+ degrees in NW Indiana, so truck got a bath, vent visors and a little more chrome for the grille.
  8. Newbie from NW Indiana

    Welcome fellow NWI.
  9. 6.2 you won't regret, best towing, and fun to drive solo.
  10. Remember, you aren't carrying the trailer (5000#) you are pulling, with a hitch weight around 600#s. With a good brake controller and wieght distribution hitch with sway control you'll be fine.
  11. Had the same squeaking. The lane departure vibrator had broke and slip out of place, dealer replace it, and it's been fine ever since.
  12. I vote for Crew w/STD bed, I think the longer bed looks more balanced. Also still love the look of my '96 reg cab short bed.
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