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  1. Yeah you drive sensible. Some people hammer it down hard and tow at 80. Bigger chance to burn oil doing that.
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  2. By shutting it off you are releasing the back pressure from the partialy clogged cat. Try removing the upstream 02s and see if it improves. make sure the exhaust from there doesn't melt anything or start a fire. I don't know if the parts store has the gauge to measure the back pressure in their loaner program
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  3. My biggest annoyance with the built-in Google Maps with no OnStar data plan is the constant nagging splash screen "....this application requires a service plan..". I have my phone to automatically turn on my phone's hotspot when it connects to the infotainment to provide internet connectivity.
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  4. We are going to start having some 02 from wally world on hand for flatlander guests. Staying hydrated a big deal too. Enjoy that 2500!
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  5. Not super far, but we ran from the road stop area probably 100yrds up this slight slope to some very large rocks that were the tallest points we seen. They were probably 40’ big chunks but still not easy to get to the top. But man I was very winded and it was tough to catch my breath and I am in good cardiovascular shape.
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  6. That’s up there holy cow. We did a trip to Rocky Mountain national park and I remember getting to 12,200 ft. Running around in the rocks seemed like running a marathon.
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  7. Colorado, Sangre de Cristo mountains 9000' at the driveway.
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  8. Those have less area and should not be like skids on a Huey like mine are. Beautiful truck! Where are you located?
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  9. How do you think my steps will do in snow? I’ve never had this style and just put them on so this winter will be my first.
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  10. Nice pics that’s some snow. Once you start plowing with the bumper it’s all over. Did you get stuck right there?
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  11. Just get fixed steps. No moving parts and no headaches
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  12. Just came out of my 21 Silverado into a 2022 refreshed Sierra. I find the seats a little softer not and not as rock hard. It was enough to instantly notice it so time will tell if they stay as comfortable.
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  13. I have noticed a bunch of work trucks on local dealer lots recently (last 2 months), both Chevy and GMC dealer had over a Doz, Most ones I checked out were 2500 CC gas engine in the color white. There were several reg cab 2500 as well, all 4wd. Another thing I saw on many was "upfitter swtichs". 2 different dealers, one the Chevy and the other GMC. They all showed up around the same time and I just looked and none are showing in dealer inventory. I would assume GM batch built the work trucks, held orders till a certain point and they released them into production once parts were confirmed available. Not an uncommon practice for what are deemed fleet vehicles. Just my observation after driving fleet vehicles for over 30 yrs, our vehicle dept would always tell us GM needed a 1 yr lead time to build our trucks (100's of them, pu, burban).
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  14. Had our first snow of the year. Things were pretty interesting driving around as it accumulated on the roads. Once again everyone had to act like it was their first time in the slush.
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  15. Thanks for the suggestion. Chrome tips for now, I like a bit of chrome contrast to help offset the bow tie.
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  16. You're fine. This is a trash dealership, I would find a new place to service your vehicle from now on.
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  17. Your answer lies right in front of you. Driving conditions dictate MPG results the most. If you go and open it up on the highway for say 200mi, you will see that illustrious 18-20mpg average.
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  18. This works perfectly on my 2020 Amazon.com: JDIAG 2IN1 TPMS Relearn Tool Super EL50448 for GM and Ford Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor TPMS Reset Tool 2022 Edition : Automotive
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  19. Put some N-FAB steps on the TrailBoss this weekend.....I was reluctant to install steps because personally I like the look of the truck without, but my wife is only 5ft tall and its a long ways up for her and the kids.
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  20. Thats great information/observation thanks for passing that along! Yeah those fender flares I had a suspicious feeling were the cause of my fuel consumption woes! Maybe a very narrow two track can sort that issue out! With all that being said, we're in the Midwest and it's pretty flat around here so it's not a lot of hills that's causing the issue. It definitely could be the gearing! like I said the truck is very lively with the 5.3 l V8 power plant, I have not done the research to see if my vehicle will run flex fuel there are no placards nor decals on the truck saying that it will run e85 I don't know if I want to even do that though because that high alcohol content in the fuel is hard on engines and I would like to get as many miles out of this thing that I can considering the price I paid. I basically got the truck for half price it being 9 years old with 152,000 mi on it, with the window tints and other fancy schmancy accoutrements the thought crossed my mind that it could very well possibly be a former cartel member personal ranch vehicle? Ha! Anyways, thanks for the advice the fenders came on the vehicle, I guess I could always remove them and gain 10 more miles per gallon (if it really were that easy!) Bwahahahahahahahahaaaa! Blessings snd Aloha
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  21. Unedited pics for now, but it's a 4/6 drop with 22x10 MRR T228's
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  22. Got my new Addictive Dessert Design bumper installed, with a 40" light bar. 305/50/R20 on a 4" lift
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  23. Cognito UCAs with Elka 2.5 DC reservoirs 1" front and rear to level the truck- What a difference! I haven't had an opportunity to take it off road yet, but the difference on the road is substantial. I drive my truck a lot, 50k miles a year. It's a 2021 Sierra AT4 3.0 duramax and has 70k. With 70k miles my suspension was really bad, the truck bounced around specially when hitting rough road going around freeway on ramps. I hit these same spots now and the truck feels very stable. I'm still running stock wheels with 1" hub centric spacers to clear the UCA's. My off road driving consist mostly of forest service, fire roads and light desert use. I think set up is going to serve my needs perfectly.
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  24. The jack I was referring to is a little two ton floor jack. And I have regular jack stands. I have ramps too that I usually use. I use to work on my hobby vehicles at home. I haven’t used that jack since my 64 elcamino about 15 years ago. I was a little more flexible then. I realized that I needed to jack close to the wheel instead of the frame. It worked fine for that. The difference was my flexibility. I would need a 4 ton jack for the frame. Or to go under the rear end. It got done. I’m in recovery mode now. A new concept now I’m older.
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  25. I feel for you man. I wouldn't be sleeping well if this was happening to my trucks. I see gm customer care representative doesn't want to get involved even, with fiasco. You know, this character... This is certainly not what we like to hear, insert name here. Please know, customer satisfaction is extremely important to us. Our team would be more than happy to take a closer look into the concerns with your pos. To do so, please send an email to [email protected] with ATTN: insert name here/GM Trucks in the subject line. Please include your contact information, VIN, a brief description of your concern, and the name of your preferred dealership. We look forward to hearing from you. To learn more about GM’s privacy policy, please visit https://www.gm.com/privacy-statement.html. Privacy Statement | General Motors Your privacy is important to General Motors. This Privacy Statement addresses the personal information GM collects and how GM handles that personal information. www.gm.com
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  26. You need to have GM buy this truck back from you. Does not even matter what the issue is at this point. 12 weeks in the shop is unacceptable. Don’t tell me you still had to make payments for these 12 weeks that your truck has been inoperable? Lemon law!
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  27. Put some 295/70/18 Toyo Open Country AT3's on the pig this morning. All stock stuff on a trail boss; no rubbing.
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  28. That's the way they are supposed to be, even the Camaros are that way, tests have been done with changing out the pipe and there were no changes.
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