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  1. The hitch receiver is wider on these trucks. My 2020 came with a sleeve so my 2” hitch fits in. None of my locking hitch pins were long enough to fit through. I used the standard pin that came with the truck for the first trip but was worried someone would grab my $500 hitch so I pulled it off when I parked the trailer for the weekend. I order a wider locking pin so all set now. Would have needed the pin and sleeve had it not been delivered with the truck. Not sure if that’s standard for all 2020 HDs? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks for sharing. My AT4 2500 rides better than my 2014 GMC Sierra; however, I had a 6” lift, tow spring and 35” Toyo RTs so it’s hard to compare when I messed with it so much! I’ve got just over 3k payload. Looking at rigs around 2-2.5k pin weight. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Is yours the 2500 or 3500? What’s the hitch weight of your rig? How’s it towing? I’m considering selling my 35’ bumper pull TT and going to a 35-39’ 5er toy hauler (my TT is only a year old so may wait a year to get more use and justify the loss on it). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I installed the MX4 last week. Took about 1.5hrs. Could have gone faster but I took my time to line everything up really well. Mine does not cover the third break light, the rear view camera, or the bed view camera. Camera view pics included so of your guys’ photos are looking a bit more flush to the tailgate. I might need to play with mine more. I have it so it’s just barely on the tailgate so that it opens on its own when using the key fob. No water got in when pressure washed, which was my concern if I didn’t overlap it enough. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. What did they do to recalibrate the steering? Is this for the shimmy? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Would also like this. Following. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Sold the truck after 5 years and 70k miles. Was an amazing truck. I really struggled with selling it as it was paid off and had $10k in aftermarket mods. At times I thought I’d keep it for ever. Been doing a lot of towing and looking at 5th wheel toy haulers so picked up a loaded 2020 AT4 Duramax 2 weeks ago. Huge upgrade all around. Excited for this truck. Dropped a hard folding tonneau cover and 10” 500 watt sub in it. Audio system is way louder than my 2014 system and even came with a sub so overall it’s a lot more stereo system. Debating tires and suspension. Will keep it stock until I get the 5th wheel in a year or so. Want to be sure everything fits up well and towing isn’t diminished too much. Miss my old truck but love this one more. Will start a new thread for the 2020 DMAX. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Did you put a lift or level on this to fit the 35x12.50x20 Nittos? These tires are pretty heavy. I ran 35x12.50x20 Toyo RTson my last truck which are similar in weight and saw my gas mileage plummet big time. How you been doing with these? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. As this is a thread about pics; here’s my 2020 AT4 DMAX at the beach. This 35’ is easy work for the truck! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. When building these trucks online there’s an option for a GVW of 10.6k or 11.3k. I configured the truck different ways and checked door stickers on the trucks when I test drove. Not all of them had the 11.3k... I figured it was the HD spring as I couldn’t figure out what the difference was other than that. Do you know? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk I figured out my mistake. That’s the payload difference between gas and diesel. I must have looked at a door sticker on a gas truck and not realized it wasn’t diesel. There were 15 trucks on the lot!
  11. I climbed under the truck and looked to see where the water is going. It ultimate makes its way to the ground. We’re dumping water on a few items that are sealed in plastic. I have no idea what they’re or what their function is. Mostly plastic so should be ok. It’s a minimal amount of water. My old truck and cover didn’t even have this option to dump water and it stayed dry in my bed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Pretty sure it’s this plug. Will test it by running a little water in there and see if it drops below the truck!! [emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Just installed my MX4 on my AT4. Those of you who have the same setup, what did you do with the drain lines? The holes on the floor of the bed upfront are too small to run the tube. The standard AT4 liner appears to be blocking whatever the factory drains are unless it’s behind this plug? Was hesitant to pull it out as I suspect it hods the liner in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. My 2500 AT4 HD Duramax CCSB has the same ratings. I have the heavy duty front spring. Gets you an extra 700 lbs payload. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. My 2500 AT4 HD has the same ratings. I have the heavy duty front spring. Gets you extra payload. Can’t recall now how much. Maybe 500lbs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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