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LOCALOUTLAW

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About LOCALOUTLAW

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    Milwaukee, WI
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  • Drives
    2014 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Crew Cab z71, 2017 GMC Sierra SLT All Terrain Premium 4x4 8 spd

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  1. http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1307-8.html
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  3. 8 speed for 2017

    Just bought a 2017 SIerra SLT 4x4 5.3 crew today....came with 8 spd....it fell under the All Terrain Package.
  4. Tow Hook Surround Trim

    Thanks blockhead...I am not talking about the tow hooks themselves though....I am talking about the bezel around them. The Denali has a chrome one and the SLE/SLT's are gray plastic....I'm not sure if it would be cosnidered the "lower grill" or not.
  5. Has anyone swapped their plastic gray front tow hook surround trim with the chrome Denali trim? Could you provide a part number for the Chrome Denali trim piece? The more I look at the gray, I don't like it.
  6. Front Parking Sensor location

    It's in the wiring...the sensors are the same.
  7. Aftermarket Brake Controller

    OR just buy this.... http://www.carid.com/2014-gmc-sierra-trailer-hitches/tekonsha-2-plug-adapters-15657747.html?CAWELAID=120019800006648580&nid=PLA&cagpspn=pla&gclid=CJm0s5_hrbwCFWJlMgodkDEAlw
  8. Wow...half the wheel sticks out.....BaddAss looking truck!
  9. New Tires for My Sierra AT

    245/60R20 = 31.6x9.7R20 (2) 255/55R20 = 31x10R20 (4) 265/60R20 = 32.5x10.4R20 (1) 275/55R20 = 31.9x10.8R20 (35) 275/60R20 = 33x10.8R20 (25) 285/50R20 = 31.2x11.2R20 (12) 285/55R20 = 32.3x11.2R20 (3) 295/50R20 = 31.6x11.6R20 (1) 305/50R20 = 32x12R20 (10) 315/50R20 = 32.4x12.4R20 (1) 325/50R20 = 32.8x12.8R20 (1) 33X12.5R20 = 33X12.5R20 (7) 33X13.5R20 = 33X13.5R20 (1)
  10. The whole picture is photo-chopped.....looks stupid...
  11. My exhaust sound louder in the cab also after the reflash. It runs fine so I'm not worried about it. I would assume the VVT has been adjusted. Also the fuel mixture has been richened at idle to keep the exhaust running cooler.
  12. Looks great! Are you going to add fender flares?
  13. This was released from GM Techlink a few days ago.... Climate Control and Heated/Cooled Seat Operation during a Remote Start January 14, 2014 The following systems on the 2014 Silverado 1500 and Sierra 1500 may operate during a remote vehicle start: • Climate controls • Rear window defogger • Heated seats • Cooled seats • Heated steering wheel Climate Control (HVAC) Settings During a remote start, the HVAC settings will operate at the previous HVAC settings when the vehicle was last turned off. If the owner desires a certain HVAC setting during a remote start, the HVAC mode, blower and temperature should be set prior to turning off the truck. Rear Window Defogger During a remote start, the rear window defogger will turn on if the outside temperature is 44° F (7° C) or below. It will stay on for 10 minutes when the key is turned to Run/On. The rear window defogger indicator will not be illuminated until the key is turned to Run/On. Heated Seats During a remote start, the heated seats will turn on (if enabled) to the high setting when the ambient temperature is below 50° F (10° C). They will turn off when the key is turned to Run/On. The heated seat indicators will not be illuminated when the heated seats are on during a remote start. To enable the heated seats to operate during a remote start, go to the Vehicle Settings menu. (Fig. 16) Fig 16 Cooled Seats During a remote start, the cooled seats will turn on (if enabled) to the high setting when the ambient temperature is above 80° F (27° C). They will turn off when the key is turned to Run/On. The cooled seat indicators will not be illuminated when the cooled seats are on during a remote start. To enable the cooled seats to operate during a remote start, go to the Vehicle Settings menu. Heated Steering Wheel During a remote start the heated steering wheel does not turn on.
  14. I have taken mine apart. I used an air hammer with a flat hammer tip. It took about 5-6 blows and they popped right out. No damage done to aluminum at all. I would also not recommend a fork.
  15. Wow....those are ugly!
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