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  1. Finally found a decent spot in my 2020 by moving the seat down quite a bit more the I thought I’d like but, it’s not as good as I remember the 16 being. Both were fully adjustable cloth seats. My biggest gripe about the seat itself is that then seat bottom is too short, I actually like the increased firmness on the 2020. IMO the 5 biggest issues that make finding a good position hard in the T1 is, 1) steering wheel height relative to the floor of the truck, the wheel should be coming out of the dash at a higher location by maybe 2-3”, 2) lack of a tilt function on the steering column, I realize you can adjust angle and depth but, I liked the ability to change the tilt of the wheel in a separate function as I like my steering wheel very straight up and down and that’s not possible in a T1 unless you move the wheel all the way down but, then you can’t see the gauges and you hit your leg/knee on the wheel / column 3) the gauges should be lower if the column is going to be where it’s at, 4) the brake pedal is too close to the driver which makes it tough to move your seat close enough to reach the steering wheel comfortably 5) power adjust pedals are GONE on any trim level with any option package, on my 2016 I’d have the steering wheel pulled 80% of the way out and the pedals all the way away from me. Gm would have easily got the $1500 for the Convenience II package if it had power adjust pedals. Hoping that the new gen Tahoe’s have this and I can somehow do a swap. Also eyeing a katakinz kit in black. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. The speaker it’s self is probably 4” the box is freaking huge. I think it uses the sealed box to add to the kick. Will be making the dude I swapped with a smaller box that either fits under the passenger seat or in the jump seat storage. Sub is in my garage and I’m at the office but, here is a link. https://www.carid.com/acdelco/gm-original-equipment-radio-speaker-mpn-22818981.html?view=838080&gclid=CjwKCAiA2O39BRBjEiwApB2Iklgqccj8ANV6kEizi9uMFMG6BgmKt85knB9gE68UsXD9c2z8XLpmKBoCum8QAvD_BwE Not possible to add it to trucks that didn’t come with a factory subwoofer from what I can tell. Side note, I’m going to look into upgrading the stock speakers on my truck, my 2016 sounded much better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Maybe I’m wrong but, is there a height adjustment rod for the brake pedal? Older cars had em, not sure if they’ve gone away. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Sad but, true I was almost victim to this on my old truck. Never knew it wasn’t safe to jump people. Bought a noco jumper pack and keep it charged up in the back seat. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. FYI was no problem to remove the sub everything works with out it fine. Can be relocated below passenger seat or into the jump seat but a new box must be built to do so. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. You may have fried any of your electrical components. Don’t ever jump start anyone with a modern car it always risks your electronics. You’ll need to take your truck for diagnostic. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Okay just hit about 2000 miles on the 2020 RST 5.3 8speed 4x4 crew cab. Likes: Exterior styling Transmission shifting much better Crew cab is great compared to the double cab. Dislikes: Interior comfort Interior controls, 4 wheel drive buttons suck, cruise control buttons are just silly. Driver seating position; The steering wheel comes out of the dash way to low. The steering wheel doesn’t have a separate tilt function. Gauges are cheap looking Brake pedal is too close to the driver Power adjust pedals are no longer an option. Steering wheel is too small in diameter Arm rests don’t allow one to rest their arm while driving very comfortably IMO. Hoping when I get the center console swap done that this is improved. Seats bottoms are too small, rounded on the front edges. Would I do it again? I’d probably buy a low mileage 2018 honestly if used truck prices weren’t so out of control. May look at trading for a Ram. IMO the T1 series is a downgrade in driver comfort compared to the K2 trucks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Every new car I’ve ever owned, 6-7 I’d guess have come with total junk tires except for 1. I just budget for new tires when buying. Wife’s equinox was the worst, it had ultra high performance tires like you’d expect on a Camaro, it’s a freaking Mom-mobile, put some good all season tires on it GM Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Ok kinda of a odd mod but bear with me. Doing a console swap this weekend. Truck A has Bose and full console which means it has a sub under the console. Truck B has no Bose and a jump seat. Truck A will be getting a gm accessory under the rear seat sub woofer installed and the jump seat from truck B. Truck B will be getting the center console, could careless if I add the Bose subwoofer to this truck. Is it OK to remove the sub woofer assembly and leave it out on the truck that came with it? I would think yes? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Wow this thread it super depressing. If I was y’all I’d just go for the solid widow replacement option. I had the opening window in my 2016 but, don’t miss it a bit on my 2020. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. Ah ok thanks! I don’t have hd or bed camera so I guess it’s a no go for me. No biggie just have it on the wife’s equinox so I wondered if possible on My truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Is it possible to add a front camera to my truck that would work with my infotainment system.? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. Cooper AT3 4S is what I have on my 2020 RST. Transferred them from my 2016 as I had just bought em last year and with 15k on em they still do really well in all conditions and they are 3 peak rated. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. I’m getting ready to buy a full console for my 1500 rst, I’ll have a full storage jump Seat available in the next month or so in black. Assuming that it’s interchangeable between 1500 and 2500. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Put 105k miles on my 2016 with the factory spray on and it still looked great when I traded it in on my 2020 with a factory spray on liner. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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