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KARNUT

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  1. I never use in dash. I use Waz on my iPhone. My wife backs it up with her iPhone navigation. For grins I have an old garmin running too. There’s a stretch on I-10 through Louisiana if you get stuck on pack a lunch, you’re stuck. So far WAZ has been flawless. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I re- double my weigh watchers goals just before covid. My lifestyle changed little with covid. My iPhone counts steps. I can only do 4-7k steps before hips and knees complain. A by product of my working career. I lost about 20LBs. I’ve been on many diets. This isn’t really, just reprogramming my brain. Part two thanksgiving today 8 people. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I’m in the minority here. To me an expensive truck is just that. A high end vehicle to me is a car. I see that ad I think fools. For that kind of money there’s fine automobiles I’d much rather drive and do. I don’t drink the kool aid. I do like my truck. Love my car. I like the Benz ad better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I had three trucks during the early 2000s with the low speed column rattling. Usually they added grease. They always said annoying not a safety problem. My 2002 recently Avalanche purchased does it too. Kinda endearing. Wouldn’t be if I encountered it on a newly purchased truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. One of the amusing if not stupid statements that also can be baffling is mask wearing. Surly people have condition themselves about keeping hands clean and away from their face. So with hand cleaning, mask wearing we’re covered right? Or is that just miss information? Or is control the goal? So who’s stupid? Our dear leaders. Or we the people? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Growing up in a large family, we had large holiday celebrations. More often than not they were followed by some kind of illness. Least of which were colds. Sometimes even flu. I never knew how dangerous a flu could be until this year. I doubt the older generation in attendance would have opted out because of fear. Yes because of our dear leader s suggestion we are doing our celebrating with each kids family separately. Basically four different thanksgivings. Realistically it wouldn’t make a difference if one person is sick. It will still be past around. The people who will be effected will be the little ones. They really look forward to these events for visiting cousins. It’s usually the kids who suffer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. People in waiting in long lines for covid testing. Especially under 60 with no co-morbidity. And no symptoms. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. The outlets I was referring to were outlets not cigarette lighters. In any event simply switching the key would turn them on if desired. Staying hot is an inconvenience. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. We usually have mass gatherings for the next few months up to the super bowl. This year we’re doing shifts starting Monday. One family at a time until Saturday. I’m personally not afraid of the bug. In about two weeks we do one of our trips to visit my father in law who’s soon to be 90. Even though he not concerned. . He rather not be alone. He birthday is January. There’s consideration of waiting till then. We planned for both. He wants both visits. He’s not your typical old guy he’s a hoot. We’ll see. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. The intrusions by electronics has lessened the performance feel from most vehicles. Even hand held tuners have brought some of that back. Even products like sprint booster. I was surprised how snappy my 02 Avalanche feels compared to my drive by wire vehicles. Anyone who was lucky enough to drive older vehicles even with 250 HP without the electronic intrusion. Would be surprised how the performance feels compared to the electronic controlled vehicles. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I grew up in the cold belt. Living in Texas I’ll gladly put up with the heat for 7 months of fantastic weather of the remaining 3 seasons. The added benefit of no rust out issues on my vehicles. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Help depends on the individual. I wanted to feel firm shifts. TM cuts power while shifting. Arguably reducing 0-60 times. As time goes on it’s getting more refined where than can be an argument that’s not the case. Personally I wanted to feel firmer shifts at less than full throttle. I would raise shifts points to maximum along with RPM limits. TQ would be lower at higher RPMs. I rarely would be reaching max RPMs. When I did I wanted maximum effect. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Every truck I’ve owned that could have a tune had one. Prior to tuning I put shift kits in the transmission. I used hand held tuners up to my last new one 2014. I never felt comfortable with more than 50 percent TM removal. It felt too harsh to me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. GM has been leaving it hot for years. My Avalanche has 3 all hot, ridiculous. Can’t leave anything plugged in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Theses thread are funny it comes down to configuration of course. I think I wrote that earlier. Oh yea I did. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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