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  1. I want your garage! My 2020 AT4 HD doesn’t fit on the garage. My 35’ TT sits outside too. Would love to have indoor storage but here in So Cal that’s about $600 a month for the travel trailer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Between the strike in Flint and now this for the next few months, I’d be interested to see how many 2020 HDs are produced versus a typical year. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I’m waiting for a 2-3” kit from BDS and will replace with their fox shocks. Put some 35s or 37s on the truck too. My last truck had fox shocks that were much better than factory. That had a 6” lift. Don’t want to go that big because I’m planning to go from a bumper tow to a 5th wheel. Will see if that takes care of the sound. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Someone else on this forum took theirs to a dealer, had them do a ride along, and discovered the front Rancho shocks had an issue. They replaced the shocks and sent the bad ones to Rancho. I’m thinking I’ve got the same issue. Wish I had got it in when it was making the noise. I’d get yours in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I posted on this in the 2020 HD forum. I had this exact thing on my AT4 HD. It started around 2k miles. Seemed to be the back shocks. Checked everything. It stopped doing it around 4K miles. I never got it into the service department because they were too busy the day I went in for a recall, then I went on a long trip. I was considering just replacing them with aftermarket shocks anyways. If it comes back, then I’ll take them for a ride and show them this post. Thanks for sharing! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Air pressure method was easy and fast. Just let air out for 2-3 seconds. Stop and wait for honk. If no honk, do a bit more. Took like 2 mins start to finish to our system. Install was $40 at my local tire shop and only took 20 mins. I put this off for a few months and should have done it sooner. Nice to have temp and pressure of tires in the truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. My paint needed a lot of correction after driving it off the lot. Here’s a before picture with swirls and contaminants in the clear coat. There were many steps to decontaminate, clay bar, buff, polish and then coat 2x with ceramic. Results are awesome. It’s really worth it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Do t do it at a dealership, take it to a professional who knows what they’re doing. I used Crystal Serum Ultra. Had my truck at a shop that’s certified to apply it. They spent 2 full days working on the truck, prep, polish and coating. Spent $1300. 9 year warranty. Check out @ShineSupply on Instagram for example of professional work. Find someone putting out that level of quality and value. I have amazing clarity in my paint. Maintenance is easy too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I’m in your same boat. Had a 6” BDS with 35s on my 1500. I pull a TT now, bought the 2020 2500 AT4 and plan to upgrade to a 5th wheel. Would love to throw this kit on my truck with 37s. BDS had a nice 2-3” kit on the last gen HDs. Waiting for the equivalent to see how that pairs up with a 5th wheel. Super important to not just throw a leveling kit on there and end up with a completely shit ride. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Thanks for sharing. Fortunately, mine installed without an issue. My trailer tires are 225/75R15. Must be smaller than yours. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I saw this on my IG feed today. Not my truck, I visit the snow often but don’t live in it. No plow for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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