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  1. Just wanted to post mine also. I have been looking for pictures of the 20”AT4 wheels on the older 14-19 body style. Not many I could find so here is mine. 2016 Midnight Edition 2500hd 4x4, 2.5” drop in rear, 20” AT4 wheels powder coated gloss black with Lt275/65r20 Yokohama Geolander MTs.
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  2. I stumbled on this today. Both Chevy and GMC accessories offering 10%, 15%, 20% depending on purchase amount. Good for June. These things add up quick and 20% isn't too bad. https://accessories.chevrolet.com/ https://accessories.gmc.com/
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  3. 16 - 18, then it depends on options, park sensors, fog lights, painted....
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  4. Some people get that trim wrapped, just an idea for you.
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  5. I really appreciate all the advise and help. I have owned six Camaros in my day and finally decided I needed a truck. Looking back, wish I would have found a good deal on one with a Duramax engine but its all good. I love my truck for sure. Just purchased some new wheels for her too. Should be in in a week.
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  6. Removed the terrible wood grain trim and replaced with the GM 84458971 interior trim kit.
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  7. Booger, While a generically accurate thing to say, your comment does not address the fact this site has become money hungry, vs truck centric. It has the most ads of ANY site I visit - and, I participate in LOTS of technical, aircraft, home repair, tools, etc sites - no one is even close. My computer also is overloaded - when I hit gm-trucks.com the fans crank up and everything slows to a crawl. Wonder what the site owners are thinking?
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  8. Got under it this morning and everything was dry. I just followed the lines with my fingers and found the culprit. There is a plastic 90 that is cracked. It must have been spraying onto the evap solenoid that made me think that was the problem. Thanks for setting me straight. Should be an easy fix.
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  9. Leveling kit in the front, 17" Icon Rebound wheels zero offset in titanium wrapped in 285 75 r17 BFG Ko2 tires. Very minimal rub near full lock on fender liner.
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  10. Thanks for all y’all’s help! I think I’m going to go with the Z-roadz option bc I really don’t want to have to cut on my truck.
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  11. I was initially looking for a "behind the grill" or "in the grill" light bar option until I found the ZRoadz light bar bracket. It bolts to tabs that already exist on the bumper. One of my issues with "behind the grill" lights is that some of the light is blocked by the grill. The ZRoadz brackets put the light bar in front of the grill so 100% of the light is useable. Another issue is the shutters in front of the grill. The ZRoadz brackets do not interfere with the shutters at all.
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  12. I am in the process of installing a fold away, wheeled tongue jack for my 4' X 6' utility trailer. It is overkill for such a small trailer but lifting a loaded trailer off the hitch is no longer a solo exercise. My issue is all of the universal auto store jacks are designed for rectangular framed trailers. My trailer's exposed tongue bars are pipe. This wouldn't normally be an issue but a consequence of Covid is the local welding shops are booked over a month in advance. My solution is to bolt a piece of 2" angle iron to a 2" round pipe. (The pipe is non-structural and was added after the trailer was built.) This task sounds simple but it's not. You need copious hours of free time and an abundance of patience to attempt such a feat! As my wife says you're "trying to fit s square peg into a round hole". I think this is harder!
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  13. My condenser just went on my 2018 silverado. It was 2 months out f warranty and only 34000 miles. I called GM and they said they may help cover it but they took way too long. The dealer quoted me 1400. I fixed it myself for less than $200. GM took 2 weeks to call me back. Living in florida with young children I just couldnt wait that long.
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  14. I think you may need new leaf springs. Check the middle one on the saggy side Replace both sides. I had a 2011 that had a broken leaf. Or as you call them blades. Here's a link to some new ones.... https://www.truckspring.com/products/truck-springs/replacement-leaf-spring-22-1221.aspx?gclid=CjwKCAjwtpGGBhBJEiwAyRZX2sMaAFaeiISl_q4xeSr1W50QzeQx-COyP-I69nEYLfKnJ_5ieas2gxoC9PgQAvD_BwE
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  15. Well, you picked the most complex computers to learn on that's for sure. The E92's are a totally different ball game compared to the easy LS1 style computers from the late 90's and early 2000's. Downloading the stock calibration from the truck would be the first step as well as licensing it so you can edit the tune. Make sure the Editor is in Advanced view under the edit tab so you can see all the available tables. Some things are simple like AFM disable, cat over temp disable, o2 sensor codes and that sort of thing. Fair warning, even though things get turned off or removed there may still always be "background" codes that will still display if codes are pulled because they are "permanent codes" that are stored. Usually it's best to disable the codes prior to making the new "changes". The HP Tuner forum is pretty helpful for questions as well. I wouldn't expect a drastic increase in power with a stock engine but we can surely change how quickly the engine responds to throttle changes, fuel/timing and transmission corrections. The 6 speeds work great with transmission tuning. No more 6th gear by 35mph, improved torque converter settings for better feel and to prolong the life of the converter are all changes that should be done.
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  16. Except to a guy like me who buys what they want, not what they are offering. I go to the store for a steak and store decides they make more money on chicken so they stop carrying steak. I say fine but I'm not buying chicken just because that is what your selling. I'll find a steak. You say no one is offering one. I say, then I'll buy pork....You can force me to make a 'different' choice but you will never force me to buy what YOU make the most money on. If used RCSB is all there is then that is what I buy. GM O, Grumpy 1. I can do this for a lifetime. Know why they sell them in Saudi Arabia? Because they cast their economic vote for them. They refused to buy the DC and CC. Pretty simple. For some silly reason people here throw up their arms and say, 'whatever, if that is what you have'. Guppies.
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  17. I'll send ya a PM tomorrow. To late tonight.
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  18. Alright ... I gotta ask, I've read a lot about "flipping the pill" but I have yet to read good instructions on how to do so. Is there a vid or something? Really, I can do a body lift and a level kit but this kinda stuff is foreign to me. Sorry ... O_o
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  19. So I bought the GM accessory camera and mounted it to my camper. Used the flex grey tubing others have suggested , underneath , several zip tie and clamps where can re-use metal screws holding the insulation pads under, and mostly along the propane line. I used the spare tire mount , clamping a (thick ) metal stick to the back, and screwing camera mount on there, as I didn’t want to drill in camper. Clamps hold this metal stick (think like a yard stick) to the spare tire holder. I was worried about vibration but seems to work fine on highway, pic attached. Few things learned in process , you can remove the camera from mount to run cable up or down,and you can take apart camera and disconnect the camera module (lens section) to be able to fit the cable thru the flex grey tube to protect the black tubing it ships with. Otherwise no way to feed thru tube. Pic below. Lastly, the camera is finicky, in that it doesn’t like hot install as others have pointed out. You should have your truck off, all doors closed. Make connections then fire up, select your trailer profile and pump brakes. With doors open , other scenarios I was getting a black nothing screen otherwise on many occasion.. hope it’s not indicative of bad hardware. Good luck.
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  20. trade it in on a vintage pick up like a 1970 GMC shortbed https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/cto/d/la-puente-1970-gmc-short-bed-truck-350/7330574392.html
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  21. At least now you have a dipstick that you can check transmission fluid levels with without crawling up under the truck. 2020 and up no dipstick. 2018 and prior have belt tensioners making it easy to change belts. The belt on my 2020 has to be forced on and off with a "special" plastic tool, no tensioner. 2018 and earlier have loads of tune options, later models not so much. DFM vs AFM. I have no clue how many cylinders are actually firing at a given moment with the 2020. In the 2018 it was obvious. My 2020 won't idle smoothly even with auto stop off. My 2018 was smooth as silk at 500 RPM idle. No issues with my 2018 6 speed. No issues with my 2020 8 speed yet. Why don't I still have the 2018 ? After the electronics took a dump for the third time and the truck had to be towed out of my driveway again it was time for a change. The "extra" money you get for a trade right now will be burned up by the full MSRP price the few new trucks available are being sold for. Think hard before you make up your mind.
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  22. Got some exhaust work done. Swapped the Borla S type muffler for a Flowmaster super 10. It's quite a bit louder but not too loud. Perfect. Here's a 2 second sound clip cold start. That's the biggest video I can upload 20210608_110459~5.mp4
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  24. Agreed. Another thing that will help is adding some weight to the bed.
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  25. 2020 Silverado RST Rally Edition Pictures are from the week I bought it and missing tinted windows & BAK Revolver X4S hard rolling cover.
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  26. A bit of wind buffeting today, finally found a decent place to record. This factory set-up sucks. I do like Magnaflow and Corsa tone, but like the look of dual pipes out the back. Borla also nice.
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  27. Sold my 2003 SD QS I had for 16 years and decided on this used 2019 LTZ in Northsky Blue Metallic/Gideon Very Dark Atmosphere, with 7K on the odometer. Been awhile since I had my favorite color and the interior color I took a liking to. Previous owner installed the Kooks LT headers/Y pipe and had ordered the Brembo 6-piston package with the truck. Hoping to find a good tuning option to the HP Tuner option and SS lines for the brakes, but have installed the S&B CAI. Quick pics
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  28. Picked it up today: 2021 High County, Oxford Brown Metallic.....mods to come soon, stay tuned
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  29. 2021 Crew Cab RST Since these were taken, I've gotten the windows tinted and an oem rollup tonneau cover on it.
    1 point
  30. Less thank 1k on it. Picked up in Colorado, exploring on the way back to CA.
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  31. Stock size on my 21 …. 35-12.5-20
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  32. Maybe an easier way to tell is look at the very bottom body line on that work truck. The body line that is 2 inches up, runs about 20 inches down from the start of the bed and is even with the bottom of the door. You can see that line in the first trucks picture, that line is much shorter even with the difference in angle of the picture.
    1 point
  33. Here is mine with a fabfour.
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  34. My clunking and creaking drivers seat is fixed!!!!!! Per one of the previous posts, I ordered GM 13405675 RETAINER-F/SEAT CUSH LATL ADJR off Amazon for $6.13. There was already a clip under the seat on the bar on the door side of the under-seat but none on the section of the bar closest to the interior part of the car. While I did not have to alter the new clip, it was a bit tricky getting it on the bar because of some metal tubing near the bar. But I eventually clipped it on, zip tied it and prayed! It totally worked. Pretty sad that I fixed it myself for $6 and the dealership couldn't fix it the 4 times I had my 2016 Yukon in the shop!!!!
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