I've got a Curt 51149 T brake controller for sale that I installed last July on my 2010 and used about 4 times before I traded the truck in November. $35 and its yours, I pulled a 6k pound trailer and it worked great.
rastasquid replied to Imprtkllrz28's topic in For Sale/WantedNo? I dunno, I've seen them listed on here and eBay for 75-100 shipping costs on average so I thought that was reasonable. Good luck on local sale if it's $200 to ship Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
rastasquid replied to Imprtkllrz28's topic in For Sale/WantedInterested if you can ship to 18052. $375? Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
Yep. saw that, but I have no metal fab skills nor do I have a welder, and that member has already said he doesn't want to make any more of those so its not much help to me. I love his solution but it doesn't do me much good because I lack the skills and tools for the same.
So I have a 2017 Silverado, Z71. I'm looking for skid plates to fill the gap if I remove the plastic crap off the front bumper. So far all I have seen is the Mazulla and SDHQ. I like that the SDHQ retains the factor tow hooks, but I'm curious if there are other options available or if anyone had had one custom made for less than the $500 for the SDHW skid plate.
Cooper STT pro. It's a zone 2" level but they are all pretty much the same. I think they cost about 60$ but I went with zone because my dealer had them in stock and they installed it as part of my purchase deal when I took delivery. The 2" under strut levels like the zone or rough country are an easy install and I've done a few on my old trucks and friends trucks, and can be done in about 1-2 hours. As for warranty depends on your dealer but my dealer installed mine and said it wouldn't affect my warranty at all Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
I talked to my dealer about it when I bought my 2017, since I bought an extended warranty, and had a leveling kit installed by the dealer before I took delivery of the truck. My dealer basically said if I bring my truck to them for warranty work (standard or extended) they will take care of the dealing with the warranty company on the extended warranty. They told me a leveling kit wouldnt affect any warranty work at all, but any larger lifts would. I guess it depends on you dealer, but if you buy a warranty through them and they are mod friendly (like my local dealer) then you shouldn't have a problem.
First off, you're in the wrong thread. Second... Depends what year you're talking about but for the newest gen 17/18's you have have the he towing package AND Z71 and the difference is the transmission cooler. The max towing package is different than the Hd towing package tho. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
I had this with my 2010, as it turns out, emissions system will read "not ready" on a check. I was told by a service tech that since the Range turns off the AFM, there is certain data that will not exist on an emissions check. In order for the truck to log data and the system to read as ready, you have drive it without the range in, as mentioned above.
Yea I crawled under and felt around the joints with my hand and I could feel the air coming out right at the joint of the ball flange clamp. I moved it a few times and it always leaks right at the seam of the clamp no matter what i did Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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