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  1. I don’t know what they are worth, so if you are interested, make me an offer. I don’t know what shipping is either.
  2. I got the GMPE for my 2020 AT4 and installed it the other day and my wife says she likes the sound and the round exhaust tips at the rear bumper. She says it has just enough sound that its not annoying, but enough sound to be fun. I do have one problem, no matter how tight I make the clamp forward of the muffler, the pipes still slip apart a little bit from each other. Thinking about going to a muffler shop to put a couple of tack welds on that connection.
  3. I called one place at the will do the fronts and alignment for $400.00
  4. So I tried to replace the front shocks with 5100's today on my AT4 and I gave up. I removed the upper 3 nuts and removed the 2 lower shock mount bolts and could not get the assembly out. I tried multiple ways to safely compress the assembly to get it out. I figured since I was having a hard to removing the assembly that I would have the same problem going back in. It took me 45 minutes to get the bolts lined up on the bottom to get those back in. I guess I will have to pay a shop to do this work for me. I had rented spring compressor tools from auto zone once i got the assembly out to replace the shocks.
  5. So i'm looking at getting new exhaust for the truck and can not decide on which one to get, GMPE vs Borla Touring exhaust? 2020 AT4 5.3 I do like that the GMPE as 2 outlets at the muffler and less clamps. PN: 19419435 I do like the shape of the chrome Borla exhaust tips. PN: 140780 Thank you for your 2 cents
  6. I have a pair sitting in my basement I would sell, So problem is I might be a little for from you. My zip code is 19348. Came off a 2020 AT4
  7. Going to replace the front shock on my AT4, with 5100’s and saw this rental tool at Autozone. Has anyone used this tool before on the front springs? https://www.autozone.com/loan-a-tools/loaner-coil-spring-compressor/powerbuilt-strut-coil-compressor/537058_0_0
  8. What's concerning is the more detailed instructions compared to the 2015 install instructions. Front shocks Torque specs. Thanks for the info Roll tide - Sorry I had to do this.
  9. Looking at installing these shocks on my 2020 AT4 and after reading the directions fro the install, I'm not sure i want to do this now. I did install these shocks on my 2015 Sierra and that wasn't an issue. Am I over reading the directions and its easier than I think? Does anyone have the torque specs for the upper shock mounts?
  10. During a drive the other day and I had to avoid a situation on the side of the road and crossed over the yellow lines to avoid a situation on the side of the road and when I got home I noticed I had yellow paint on the sides and wheel wells of my truck. I was able to remove the yellow paint from the painted areas of my trucks but have no luck in removing it from the carpeted wheel wells. Does anyone have any tips or suggestion to remove the paint. The road was NOT marked that the lines were justed painted. I was forced to cross the yellow lines to avoid the traffic situation on the side of the road.
  11. Does anyone have the torque specs for all the factory hardware for the front and rear shocks, after replacing with 5100’s? thank you
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