Replaced the stock 18" Goodyear SRAs with General Grabber HTs. So far have put 5000 miles on them. I can't describe how much better they are: wet traction, comfort, quiet, price. I have used Cooper HT's in the past, but I am really impressed with these Generals.
brawls replied to ridethedesert's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingI noticed under the "RECALL STATUS" it says "Remedy not yet available". I wonder how they will implement the "fix" with no remedy available?? BTW, I searched the GM Recall website with my 2014 Silverado's VIN and learned it is subject to the same recall.
I can't believe you relayed such details of your experience, but sure am glad it's turned out well for you. Hopefully GM is going to get this condenser issue sorted very soon. Summers in the South without A/C in the car are basically unbearable.
I had this recall item done recently. The new panel looks good to me; in fact, I don't even notice it. Seatbelts save lives. My old 97 C1500 was totaled when an errant driver turned into my path while traveling down a major boulevard. My wife and I were wearing our seatbelts and thankfully were not seriously injured.
brawls replied to beard_up's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsThe blue color looks great!
My 2014 5.3L with 3.42 gears (bought new) has always exhibited a similar trait. On acceleration, at certain speeds it's as if the engine sounds like it's trying to figure out whether to increase or decrease rpm's. I thought maybe it was the variable valve timing, but maybe it is the torque management. In any event it's a bit weird, very unlike my old '97 Vortec 5.7L.
brawls replied to hirdlej's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500$31K, at a $10K discount from MSRP for a loaded 2016 RCSB sounds like a pretty good deal. When I bought my 2014 Chevy LT RCSB my dealer had to go out of state to find one equipped like I wanted. There just don't seem to be that many RCSBs sitting on dealer lots, and I don't see many RCSB's (other than work trucks) around town.
brawls replied to beyondbasic's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500Yeah, I do a lot of driving to & from work in the dark and brighter lights would be a huge plus. I haven't yet made the commitment to do an aftermarket HID conversion.
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