todoubled05 replied to todoubled05's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500+1 for v-leds, I put the blue ones in mine, they looks cool at night. I also have the v-leds SMT for license plate lights, white ones and they are sweet. Iv decided to try re v-led hid lights this time around. Wich ones are the licence plate lights?
todoubled05 replied to todoubled05's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500The ones you got are diffrent from mine. I might try those this time around. Are they reallly bright??
todoubled05 posted a topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Hey fellas it's Been a wile since iv visited here. It's good to see the forum is still up and doing well. For the past 3 years iv had LED lights in my truck. ( dome light) they are starting to flicker and flash when on. I forot the exact size, I wanna say 40mm but don't know forsure. I also can find a site that has them. If anyone can help me out on the size an where to buy them I would greatly appreciate it! An yes I tried searching came up with alot of non releated posts. I'm sure daddy can help if he's still around
todoubled05 replied to sledneck_03's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500I like my 4.8 just fine. however from what I hear the 5.3 has a better gas mileage then the 4.8. at 800$ more it might be somthin to consider..
todoubled05 replied to punmax's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Get used to that. It's more than one person...Every truck I've ever had was a magnet for McDonald's wrappers and coke cans. Somebody put a WHOLE TIRE in mine once when I lived in Denver. Now I'm thinking wingnut did it... wing, you would be surprised how hard it to get that s**t off after it drys. you'd be surprised wht else can destroy a cars finish. a milkshake was thrown on my moms hood of her camery, its peeled off the paint and clearcoat. also balogna can't spell it but the lunch meat. that's another evil trick... sillystring my truck land let me catch you, we will see what happens. :/
todoubled05 replied to punmax's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Normally it won't...UNLESS you run it through a touchles wash. J/K man, find out who did it and hook a tow strap to their car and yank it around the school parking lot like a tube behind a boat. ROFL I can picture that in my head.. but pun that sucks I know your in canada but in america cameras are everywhare and at every school. ask ur principal to review the films.. find out who did it and charge with vandalism or distruction to property, canada has laws right? if not assymble a team find um, and deliver a Texas molly woop. Best of luck.
First of all im just trying to help. as stated in previous post, some people were having problems with the cloth balling up wich was the same issue i had with my seats and i was stateing the fact that the dealership would replace the "balled up fabric" on the seat. second, if you would look in the picture you will clearly see that even those with dark titanium are experiencing lint build up. i understand the TSB doesnt apply to Dark titanium seats, but like I said, I was only trying to help. Sorry? Not trying to offend anyone the problem is we are talking about two different problems, and with yours the solution may be to replace the seat covers. For those that have premium cloth the current solution is not to replace the seat covers, because you end up with lower grade fabric, plus GM doesn't officially have the parts available. (If you specifically guided your dealer to order the base fabric they might could get them that way.) From what I can see in your picture the "balling up" is not a lint problem but the fabric bunching at the bottom, least thats how I took it. Either way, I'm not fond of the solution to replace my premium cloth for the lower grade, if I wanted lower grade, I would not have paid extra for higher grade. I do agree that all the seats have the lint problem but the premium have it much worse in the center section. No harm done, I think I might have misinturpreted what others ment by their fabric balling up. And I think we both can agree, my situation is hard proof that these seats all around suck. Nonetheless these covers weather it be Low or High grade fabric is crap and gm needs to solve this problem.
First of all im just trying to help. as stated in previous post, some people were having problems with the cloth balling up wich was the same issue i had with my seats and i was stateing the fact that the dealership would replace the "balled up fabric" on the seat. second, if you would look in the picture you will clearly see that even those with dark titanium are experiencing lint build up. i understand the TSB doesnt apply to Dark titanium seats, but like I said, I was only trying to help. Sorry?
I am having the same problem, the seat material is pilling on the lower back and I only have 7,000 miles. What a shame that GM is not taking steps to resolve this issue with the lint and pilling. I started looking for seat covers, but I haven't found any that cover the botton of the rear seat. I want the bottom covered because when my dog rides in the truck, the rear seats are flipped up and it has a cloth bottom and that is where the dirt and dog hair collects. GUYS!!!!! CAPS LOCK IS ON!!! READ MY POST GO TO DEALERSHIP AND HAVE REPLACED UNDER WARENTEE BEFORE IT GETS WORSE! note: this is for defected seats, other then the issue of lint build up. http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/index.php?...hl=sagging+seat LOOK AT THE PIC OF MY SEAT, NOW ITS GOOD AS NEW!
todoubled05 replied to todoubled05's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500good point
well i pictured it difrently im my head but that will do just fine.. PIN it!
todoubled05 posted a topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Hi guys, I'm not sure if this has been done before, but iv been thinking for awile we need something like this pinned at the top of the forum. I'm asking everyone to participate. Hopefully a admin/moderater would agree with what I'm saying and pin a "final copy" of this topic at the top of this LD truck forum. The objective I'm trying to reach, is to cover all abbreviations and slag used here to elamanate " what does (insert) stand for?" and basically so new members or inexperienced people who join this forum know what the hell we are talking about. For example " I'm putting a new CAI on my NBS silvy this weekend. The OEM is garbage." I know when I first joined I was lost most of the time due to these abbreviations. So I'm asking everyone to participate due to the fact some know more then others. Feel free to edit, add, or correct any slag/abbreviations. If you got some your not sure what it means I'm sure someone will chime in and expalin. Let the list begin.
todoubled05 replied to tobias's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Thanks... I think. Kidding. I just ordered the redundant stereo controls for the steering wheel along with the new wheel shroud. Keep your eyes peeled for that one in the next couple of weeks. Once the parts arrive, I'll let you boys know. Daddy daddy! my eyes have been peeled! did u get the controls in??
todoubled05 replied to lsorah0001's topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500I'm with you on this one, I wish the onstar antenna was also the am/fm antenna. anyone sene the am/fm antennas on those fancy bmw and benz, loooks kina like the onstar one but its on the roof above the rear window,one of those would be cool parallel to the onstar tenna. iv always thought over the years the big long dorky tennas was an eye sore. maybe I can find a replacement that's only a inch or so in length. ill post a link if I can find one.woot, one more for my third wrench. collecting wrenches like pokemon
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