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AgDoctor

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AgDoctor last won the day on December 21 2013

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About AgDoctor

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  • Birthday 10/21/1980

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  • Name
    Luke
  • Location
    GA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Golf, ATV and UTV punishing, Fishing, Woodworking
  • Drives
    2017 GMC All Terrain CC SLT 6.2

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  1. 35s on OE 20s??

    Thanks sir. No rubbing or scraping anywhere in forward or reverse. Setup: Zone 4.5" lift with Bilstein 5100's set to lowest setting with Bilstein 5125's out back. Bora 1.5" spacers out back. Tires: 35x11.50x20 Nitto Ridge Grappler Amp Research steps 2017 Sierra SLT AT 6.2 engine Pedal Commander Kicker Sub Cam Locker Toolbox Windows tinted 15 front & 20 top factry rear DVD headrests and Chromecast system Sent via Morse code
  2. 35s on OE 20s??

    Many thanks sir. Sent via Morse code
  3. 35s on OE 20s??

    Here's mine on 35's and stock snowflakes. Sent via Morse code
  4. 3.5 inch Rough Country Lift

    I didn't mean to set you all off. I live in SW GA and every other truck locally has a Ranchhand front and rear bumper(seemingly). To the point of needs, I will just say that if you need a bumper because you hit things, maybe just don't hit things, haha. I have yet to run into anything in 25 years of driving. Some of the bumpers look great, but the Ranchhands mostly look homemade. Sent via Morse code
  5. leveling a trailboss

    I don't get why get thinks that they need all these parts to gain 2". Seems like a huge waste. Anything with a Z71 on it should have that(offroad...). I would think that a name like trail boss would mean it was trail capable but I don't see that as the case. Sure they will go down a trail but no one buys a new GM because of the trail capability. Sad really. Sent via Morse code
  6. 3.5 inch Rough Country Lift

    I don't get the aftermarket bumper craze. They mostly look like something someone created in a barn, not to discount the talent that it takes to make them. I will keep my stock bumper and pass on the grille guard. Sent via Morse code
  7. 0W-20 vs 5W-20

    I will likey swap to 5w20 next time on my two 6.2 vehicles. 0w20 in the deep South is likely on the thin side. If 5w oil burns up an oil pump it was probably weak anyway. Sent via Morse code
  8. Oh I thought that they had rectified the issues. Sad. Sad. Sent via Morse code
  9. I am curious as to why they don't just swap out the 8 speed transmissions that are causing problems with the new 8 speeds. Seems like it would be cheaper for them in the long run. My 8 speed in my 16 was a joke and I traded it at 7500 miles but wasn't sure what was wrong until reading here. Dumb me I bought another 6.2 with 8 speed. I haven't had any trouble with it but I only have 4500 miles or so. My wife's 17 Yukon Denali has the 8 speed also and 20,000 miles but all seems ok. Sent via Morse code
  10. RyanbabZ71's 2019 High Country

    Why the proclip cell phone holder when the truck has wireless charging and navigation. Just curious. Sent via Morse code
  11. Which brand owners are DBAGS?

    Sent via Morse code
  12. 2015 UCA aluminum to steel

    I would guess that you will be in trouble. I couldn't run a 295 on my 2017 with snowflakes and SS arms. I wish you the best of luck sir. Sent via Morse code
  13. Which brand owners are DBAGS?

    I live in GA. We take truck ownership seriously down here. Sent via Morse code
  14. I use it when the saw will be sitting up for a while. It doesnt varnish like gasoline. Sent via Morse code
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