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  1. What's new in this club
  2. Anybody in KS wanting to meet up one weekend or two a month and just get together and hang out? Show of the trucks shine or rust?
  3. I'm from Lawrence KS, im now stationed in Ft. Riley.
  4. I had a caliper go bad and cause the left rear wheel to drag. I replaced the caliper but now the wheel is "doglegging" and causing the truck to shake. Any tips on how to fix this?
  5. Granite City here 2003 Yukon XL 1500
  6. I also carry a collapsible Snow shovel, and an axe in my truck as well as water and food that won’t go bad or need to be heated.
  7. All the above are great. I also like to keep a jump box and a roll or toilet paper in the truck also.
  8. Jumper cables/box, tow strap, gloves, hat, winter boots.
  9. Hey all. I’m moving to WI from FL, and am wondering what you all keep in your trucks every day. (Especially for winter). I am prepared for the major shift from FL, but I want to hear from you all that have been living it. Right now, I am planning on water, blanket, flashlight, sandbags, recovery gear (looking for recommendations), handgun, waterproof matches, flares, jumper cables, and I’m sure more that I’m just not listing. Thanks in advance- and feel free to tell me what your summer gear is too!
  10. What part of JC? I'm in OP at 151st and 69 hwy Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  11. I feel your pain. I just bought this 2016 double cab. I am coming from a 2009 Dodge RAM 1500. That thing was rusting to the ground. I am not bad mouthing RAM. I do live in the rust belt. Just like you like you. I remember seeing on the TV show "Motorweek" last year a segment on putting a water sprinkler under your vehicle in the spring at all four corner. An hour or so each, to rid your ride of the corrosive salts that accumulate over the winter season. The RAM was way beyond that. In fact the frame had rusted so bad, the front fuel tank strap had pulled through it and allowed the fuel tank to nearly fall out of the truck. After I spent $300 getting a plate welded in, Chrysler called and said they had a recall on it... Of course they wouldn't reimburse me the money I had spent on the repair. They said mine wasn't a Chrysler authorized repair. I did allow them to do the recall. At least any subsequent owners wouldn't be saddled with an "unauthorized" repair.

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