Everything posted by Agacmddj1
The mpg actually got better, no kidding!!! Road noise is not as bad as you may think. However, I will say... The weight of the tires are too much for the truck. It weights it down and slows it down. Unless you really need them, don't get the berry tires!
I can't tell you, I don't have that truck anymore. I now have a 2500hd.
When he mentioned the whole balancing thing I knew he was bs. In the end, although he explained more than anyone else has before him. It didn't matter because I had already ordered my new truck and this one is a goner ! Tundra TRD PRO can't wait till it gets here!!
So according to the dealer I recently went to, who may I add has a " GM World Tech " as their manager. A lot of the issues are normal. He explained that the vibration at a stand still ( red light, stop or idle) are caused by the new engine. It has no over head cams, it's a old style push rod motor with no balancer. All this to create a fuel efficient motor. However, he did say a new motor is to come out soon, not sure when. The trans that feel like a double shift is also normal. It's caused by the " torque converter locking up for more power". Apparently the older models did this only on third or fourth gear. Now it starts from second and goes all the way to sixth. He did diagnose my vibration that we are all having cause I have aftermarket wheels and a lift.
They deff. Are different. I'm taking my trade and leaving GM for good. Never in my life have I had such horrible Service with a new truck. I had better service from joe shmo the mechanic
Thank you!!, they are a deep dish wheel. It has a 5" lip with a 4.5" backspacing. Offset is -25. It sounds like a lot, but it only pushes your tire out by two inches. Thanks for the price comment! I know I'm going to loose, but I have to sell them. Especially since I'm getting rid of the truck.
I live in south jersey and as a fellow neighbor in state, I highley recomend you getting a trade in or buy back. I can honestly tell you that if you really feel vibrations, you will not get a fix from GM. Iv hine countless times to The dealer and spoke and opened countless complaints against GM and nothing happened. Due to my high travels for work, iv gone past the miles needed to file lemon. I now have to Trade the truck I'm for something else. Ived tried everything... New wheels, ( worked for a little) new suspension, put about 1500lbs in the bed everyte me I go to work and it makes it worst!! Between my personal expirience and 202 pages with no answer on here. This is why I say, get it traded in or bough back ASAP. GM will not help Or will they fix it. Good luck!
For those of you that get the its normal response from the dealer, ask them to prove it with another new truck in their lot. When they realize it doesn't vibrate, your already winning! Right there, I would ask for a local representative from GM because you want a buy back. Point is, IF YOU HAVE VIBRATIONS, GET IT BOUGHT BACK ASAP!! There is no fix for this at all!
Hello everyone, I have a set of 22x10 SS6 Shield American force wheels polished with black 2" center cap. Wrapped in 305/40/22 Cooper Zeon LTZ all terrain extra load tires.both wheels and tires have 1000 highway miles on them. No scratches or dents or anything wrong with them. These are the strongest lightest offroad wheels on the market. Will deliver if needed, prefer local pick up. Custom CNC machined for any silverado or sierra 1500 07-15. Asking $3000.00. Will negotiate a little if serious. Email me for pics and more details! [email protected]
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