I'm looking for pics of anyone that has installed a roof rack or backrack on a 19+ silverado (preferably trail boss, but I won't be picky....yet).Insert other media I like the idea of a roof rack, especially for long trips and carrying an atv in the box. thanks in advance
I agree, and dry pavement in the summer vs the winter is two very different things. So are the winters we all experience. Turning this off or at least being cautious of it on any dry, high traction, surfaces is critical. A more common scenario than damage to trucks, you'll see this in the ATV community alot. Where 90% of riders stay in awd/4wd when entering back on the pavement or hard pack - or the cases of plowing, slipping and suddenly hooking in.snap goes a front d/s or the front diff.
your speedo measures revolutions radius/diameter/circumference difference can calculate the MPG error. Divide your new tire diamater (33.3") by the stock (31.6") = 1.05. Therefore your speedo is reading about 5% under, and so is the trip. 16mpg x 1.05 = 16.8mpg actual. so you only really lost 1-1.5mpg at 60mph speeds.
AUTOMATIC 4 HI If road conditions frequently alternate between high- and low-traction areas, consider using the “AUTO” setting found on select GMC electronic transfer cases. This setting allows your GMC to automatically distribute torque to the front axle by anticipating the need for additional traction. Shifting into “auto” engages the front axle, but the transfer case sends power primarily to the rear wheels in normal conditions and the clutches modulate torque forward to provide stability and enhance traction to the vehicle. Although not always optimal for efficiency and wear of your vehicle 4wd driveline, AUTOMATIC 4 HI can be used on any road condition without risk of damaging your vehicle.
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