My 2021 rear door windows metered at 22% the other day when I picked it up from the dealer and took it to the detail shop. I went with 20% on the front, and 50% on the rear, which should meter at about 11%. Also did 20% on the sunroof which will meter about 5-7%. We travel with our dogs a lot - getting the heat rejection on all windows was the goal and the ceramic tint will do just that.
cdh7917 replied to Mardo's topic in 6.6L Duramax Diesel & Allison Powertrain (L5P/MGM)I just ordered/received a B&W Companion RVK3710. It's the puck mount hitch for 20k lb trailers. I was really considering the Andersen as there are many, many positive reviews. But there are several negative reviews and pictures of failures that could be catastrophic. Just the reviews on Amazon will show those pictures. They may be few and far between, but it was enough to make me reconsider.
I just ordered the S&B 62 gallon tank yesterday. This video from their site is very helpful. I'm contemplating doing the install myself. I've definitely done more complicated installs/projects but there is still a certain 'factor' with this install that keeps me from be 100% sure on the DIY method.
I've ordered the S&B Filters replacement fuel tank. It's a 62 gallon tank. Up until the past day or two, it was about $100 more than Titan. Today I noticed that the Titan tank is now $20 more than S&B for a smaller tank.
I hear you! I loved my 2500 AT4 in Dark Sky Metallic, but they’re not offering that color in AT4 trim this year. We almost went dually this time. I have enough room that I could squeeze it in the garage, but we’re not full timers with the 5er, and we felt the dually would push the truck/life balance too far off. The 3500 SRW standard bed allowed us to pull off all of our add ons from the 2500 to reuse on the 3500. Hell, I had even installed Air Lift bags that I ended up taking right back off after just two weeks. It took me a while to reach that decision as we were very c
We ordered a 350G in January that should be here any day now. It’s the reason we decided to jump from the 2500 to the 3500. The 2500 could have handled it, but the weights would have been over sticker.
Glad to hear this has turned into a worthwhile modification. I’ve been trying to decide on the S&B 62 gal tank or the Titan 56 gal tank for my soon to arrive 3500. Either one seems like a great option once you get past the cost. I found a local shop that will do the install, but I’m also considering doing it myself. Thanks for all your feedback on the upgrade. Much appreciated.
Ask the chat a question after the automated routine. It’ll trip the system and connect you to an advisor. Make sure that you ask the advisor specifically for the event code. They will not volunteer it.
Yes, this is for a 2021 3500 AT4HD. The wheels are by Fuel. Size 20x9 +20 offset. I point this out because some wheels have two valve stems to accommodate the TPMS sensor when there is a deeper dish/lip. These are the sensors listed on my Discount Tire invoice. https://www.discounttire.com/buy-accessories/continental-vdo-tpms-sensor/p/81382?exactmatch=true
I recently bought wheels/tires for a truck I don’t yet have. To help keep the process easy, I had them add new sensors since I didn’t have stock ones to swap over yet. Discount Tire had the right sensors. They were $40. They can ‘relearn’ the new sensors for you, or you can purchase the learning tool and DIY. I do my own rotations, so I already have the tool. I believe it was about $20 on Amazon. If you don’t have a Discount Tire local to you, TireRack.com also has the sensors last I checked.
I had a 2020 2500 AT4 w/ Duramax. I loved it and it towed like a dream. I have a 7x16 deep V tandem axle enclosed trailer that I used for toys and such. And a 16’ flat bed car hauler. Both tow extremely well. We ordered a 5th wheel toy hauler that is due to arrive soon. Because of that, I sold the 2500 and ordered a 3500 AT4 w/Duramax. It should arrive in a few weeks. I have no doubt it will handle the towing duties without any problems.
Yes, stock height. I ran the 5100s. Its important to note, on the heavy duty trucks, the shock has nothing to do with height, like on the 1500s with coil over fronts. That said, Bilstein does make shocks for the heavy duty trucks for lifted applications that are longer than the stock sized offering. But they just accommodate the longer travel, and do nothing for actual ride height.
In theory, it would. Had I gone about the reinstall/replacement on my 2020, I would have removed the older/thinner brackets and started from scratch again with the thicker brackets that are designed to clear the tailgate alignment bracket on the truck. But yes, once the Putco brackets are installed (with 3M VHB tape, as supplied) the Blade light bar clips into the brackets. It's a secure and snug fit but replacement would be fairly easy if you had problems.
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