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  1. For a 1500 Suburban, GM# 444788. 1/2-14 thread, 39/64" long. For a 2500 Suburban with the 6.0 and 9.5" axle, GM# 93439312. 1/2-14 thread, 39/64" long. For a 2500 Suburban with the 8.1 and 10.5" axle, GM# 93439312. 1/2-14 thread, 39/64" long. Quadrasteer fill plug is discontinued, no specs on size/threads provided from GM.
    3 points
  2. Washed it. Traded wheels a week or so ago and went from 33s to 35” Ridge Grapplers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  3. I use to live in Salt Lake City and would drive to Grants Pass, OR to visit extended family. My route had me get off I-80 and take over 200 miles of back roads, that even today doesn't have towns, gas stations, or even cell phone reception. Get off I-80 in Winnemucca, NV and head to Lakeview, OR. Back in the 80s there was a gas station in Denio, NV, and it was about midway between the 2 towns. That station is closed. And, because of Oregon's laws stating you can't pump your own gas, if you got to Lakeview, OR you were stuck until the gas station opened in the morning. I use to have a car
    2 points
  4. Get 3500 for additional payload wiggle room. The 2500 has more payload than all competitors but why not have more? The gas combo is perfect for what you outline as your needs. Don't worry about the transmission, it is probably as bulletproof as any in the industry.
    2 points
  5. If that's an open invitation I'll PM you my street address!!
    2 points
  6. Even going north from Winnemucca it's a very long way to the next fuel stop. It's Jackpot. Last time I was there they were getting over $6 a gallon. But the next fuel is I 84 in Idaho. I took the new truck to Salt Lake last October towing my 30' trailer. I ran out on 84 just before Twin Falls. I knew that might happen so I had 5 gallons of premium in the bed. Also 5 gallons of ethanol free regular for the generator. I could use that if needed. But it wasn't. When I got to Twin Falls I filled the 5 gallons in the can incase I did it again. I have decided that truck sucks for towing. Small fuel
    1 point
  7. My truck is a 2018 so it shouldn’t need the dash ground fix. I’m not having power steering issue but occasional service stabilitrack message in the DIC immediately after startup then it quickly goes away. The passenger frame ground had a decent layer of wax between the cable and frame. I cleaned it up with a paper towel. Issue hasn’t returned yet...
    1 point
  8. Thanks for the help everyone! I had my parts girl/wife find one at the dealer today, before heading to the parts store, $4. Now to see how my differential gasketing skills are!
    1 point
  9. That first video is the ticket! Thanks for the reply! Funny, I looked at several Chev forums and looked at youtube but neither of those videos came up. What he described is exactly what my truck is doing. Thanks for taking the time to look for those for me. Happy Holidays!
    1 point
  10. Probably because there were so many DUIs in the 80s and 90s involving S10s. The other models just haven't caught up yet! Haha! I loved my S10!
    1 point
  11. WAMS can do the programming that you need. https://www.whiteautoandmedia.com If you have the i05 radio, you’ll have the larger screen with the onstar GPS. I06 radio has the factory navigation. If you navigate the site, you can get a list of options that work for you. It all depends on your year truck also. Chris at WAMS would be the ONLY person I would trust with the programming. I had a newer I06 HMI (with nav) programmed for my truck and I got the CarPlay/AAuto and it’s awesome. I may be one of the few without unlimited data (LOL!) so I use the factory Nav more often. I had my HMI unloc
    1 point
  12. 19k is way too much for any 2500 regardless of powertrain..typically that is triple axle fiver range.
    1 point
  13. In the order guide (Cdn version) page for lower 3 trims: Cardinal Red G7C WA-130X A A Satin Steel Metallic2 G9K WA-464C A A Pacific Blue Metallic2 GA0 WA-619D A A Quicksilver Metallic GAN WA-636R
    1 point
  14. ozone generator. $60 on amazon, they work great.
    1 point
  15. Wow now that is pro active. Many people may have something wrong but may not realize it until its too late. Your right on top of testing your vehicle and knowing it well. What was the nature of 2 warranty claims? I just like to know what to look out for and always curious as to issues people experience hence one of the reasons why im in this forum.
    1 point
  16. yes, log the gear and tcc PIDS easy japanesy!
    1 point
  17. and since we are on oil change magic heres another black magic device https://www.lastdropwrench.com/products
    1 point
  18. I'm in CA, so I have not dealt with snow and ice on the cover. However, the Retrax is finished/painted aluminum and should be fine once you clear the large chunks off. I think you would have similar issues with a fold up cover as well. The Retrax I had on my '07 had a vynil covering over the slats, so that might not have done well with snow and ice. Drainage is fine, as you run a couple of drain tubes from the vault down through the holes in your bed. I didn't even use those this time due to how the bed drainage is set up.
    1 point
  19. https://www.valvomax.com/products/m12-1-75-quick-twist-valve-with-stainless-drain-tube-knob-1?variant=33149385736301 but here you go
    1 point
  20. haha I just bought this truck Saturday and I'm already ordering parts for it! lol
    1 point
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  22. I currently have that size winter tire installed on some OE replica wheels on my Denali. I know you already ordered, so it doesn't help much, but I ordered factory TPMS sensors for $25/per and a $12 learning tool off Amazon.
    1 point
  23. I took a $200 deductible. I bought mine 2.5 years in hence i could not include it with my cars financing. My financing rate when i bought the vehicle in 2018 was 1.9%. What year did you buy your vehicle? What trim do you have? Your right though if things go well it may be money thrown away. But I think equal chances something could go wrong. So far 1 year in i had to replace a rear air leveling air bag in which the seal broke causing the compressor to run excessively which was done under manufacturers warranty. But everything else has been perfect. There is not much choice for the am
    1 point
  24. 13.6V? A charged battery is 12.6V, it can be slightly over that for awhile after it's been on a charger. If there is 13.5V across the battery terminals of a 12V car battery, there's an external charger applying power to it.
    1 point
  25. I have the Diamondback. I really like it and would buy another. I also have a Slide-Master aluminum bed slide that makes access to the bed easy. I did have a Paragon cover in the past. It was a multi-fold cover made of aluminum that was quick to remove, locked and could accommodate a gooseneck. The drawbacks were that you could not put anything heavy on it and you needed to be careful what you put in the front of the bed if you didn’t have a bed slide drawer as anything tall in the front of the bed blocks the Paragon from opening. All my trailers are bumper-pulls so I don’t need the goos
    1 point
  26. Yes, these have bars available from Yakima to mount rotopax, etc. https://yakima.com/products/sidebar-short-bed
    1 point
  27. See if this video might help. Not sure if it's what's causing your issue but worth looking at. 2015 GMC Sierra Tailgate bushing issue
    1 point
  28. Just installed these: https://www.ebay.com/itm/3pcs-Smoke-Lens-Amber-LED-Center-Grille-Lights-w-Bracket-For-19-Chevy-Silverado-/133399163138
    1 point
  29. I am going tomorrow to look at a 2005 Gm 2500 HD 2wd auto truck that looks pretty clean inside and out and shows 605,000 miles on it. A dealer has it and is asking $1995. I have to drive it because my curiosity has gotten the best of me.
    1 point
  30. Squeezed 34s on her the other day.
    1 point
  31. I went into the dealer looking for any color but silver, black and white. Saw that satin steel and said to myself that is nice, ended up taking it home. Like others have said and I agree, the satin steel has a lot of depth and shows the body lines really well with changing light.
    1 point
  32. replaced 22”s with 20”s for the extra sidewall.
    1 point
  33. I'll see if I can snap something. But in reference to to the XB's, the beam pattern and amount of light on those was just not what I was expecting out of a fog light. I think the SS3 is the better choice regardless of color, with the amber probably being a little more useful. I like that they basically pickup where my HID's let off, so seeing deer approaching from a field etc has been greatly approved. On a side note, haven't done enough testing to see if the beam pattern is obnoxious to other drivers yet... no one flashed me when I left them on but i'm sure they're blinding so I don't usually
    1 point
  34. Well I ordered a 3.0 Denali with the longer bed this morning. Some time in February is what I was told for a time frame. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  35. aaah ok. looks like you dont know. Now it makes sense. Original shocks lick balls. Bounce around like a car with 300k miles on it. Even worse towing a 33' travel trailer. Glad it made a big difference vs stock junk ?
    1 point
  36. Just my .2 I have longtubes and my truck is nuts at low rpm. It will make asphalt behave like ice if you want it to (minimal throttle), but the tune does contribute to that. Definitely substantial gains low-mid, top-end didnt get the kick that I thought it would.
    1 point
  37. I am curious as well. It used to be fuse #3 abs pump fuse on my 2014 and my 2016 2500. I just ordered a new 2021 At4 and will be looking to disable it on that truck too.
    1 point
  38. looking for black letters on my northsky blue rst, i just need to see one already done to see if i like it, and not waste my money.
    1 point
  39. Took the steps off removed the Z71 emblems then washed,clayed,buffed then used Chemical guys Hydro Slick ceramic wax. Works pretty well also swapped the Atturos to Nitto Ridge Grapplers. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
    1 point
  40. I have spent soooooo much time researching this exact issue over the last month. Go look at @2019sierra on Instagram. You'll see leveled trucks running all kinds of tires. It'll give you some ideas. All of this assumes you're running OEM wheels with a 28mm offset, like your Elevation wheels. The biggest thing you have keep in mind though is the P metric tire sizes mean absolutely nothing to tire companies. So, you have to look at the specific physical measurement of each tire. For example, 295/60R20 equates to 33.9" x 11.66," BUT a Nitto Trail Grappler 295/60R20 is 34
    1 point
  41. Hey guys. New member here and I just purchased a 2.7L Sierra 1500 Elevation. I traded in an F-150 2.7L V6 so I’ve got first hand experience with both motors. In the last three years I’ve also had the 3.5L Ecoboost, the 5.7 Tundra V8, and the 5.6 Titan V8 so I’ve got quite a bit of experience with a lot of the full size motors and I’ve got to tell you, the 4 cylinder 2.7 in the Sierra is amazing! I live at 6,600 feet altitude so my experience may vary slightly to someone at sea level, but the Sierra 2.7 is definitely faster up here than my Tundra or Titan. At 40mph and above the Ford engines fe
    1 point
  42. Hey y’all just wanted to post that I tried the resistor and it worked! I bought 2.2k ohm resistors off Amazon and soldered it in. I was getting +\- 520 ohms with the hood open or closed so I knew it was the sensor. Thanks for posting!
    1 point
  43. Should have worn a better bikini... Procedures below. Also see pictures on next post. Allison 10L1000:
    1 point
  44. He probably thought of that, and FWIW, it's not in the diesel supplement, and there is no dipstick. This is what the 2020 diesel supplement says says. (basically the same as the regular owners manual.): When to Check and Change Automatic Transmission Fluid It is usually not necessary to check the transmission fluid level. The only reason for fluid loss is a transmission leak or overheated transmission. This vehicle is not equipped with a transmission fluid level dipstick. There is a special procedure for checking and changing the transmission fluid in these vehicles. B
    1 point
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