I have a 2019 GMC Sierra AT4. The other day I had the truck running while filling up my tires with air (about 5-7 psi below recommended) and noticed that as i was filling the indicator at the corner I was at started blinking then the horn chirped. So I stopped filling the tire and checked the pressure, it was right on! Then went to each tire on the truck it did the exact same thing! No need for tire gauge when filling up our tires, just keep your truck running and it will honk the horn when the tire pressure has reached the proper inflation. Amazing technology!
Anyone have any experience with Gibson cat backs? I have a 2019 AT4 and looking for just a little more growl to the exhaust. Here is what i am looking to get: https://gibsonperformance.com/i-23266766-dual-split-exhaust-system-stainless-65688.html#!year%3D2019||make%3DGMC||model%3DSIERRA 1500%2C SLT
Irish4Life, Wanted to thank you for the inspiration. I did a 2.25" Pro Comp leveling kit and got the Toyo Open Country R/T 275/65R20's. I love the way it still drives like stock but maybe a little softer. Here are the pics, sorry but Sunny California is not so sunny these past days.
Hey there Folks, Has anyone looked into swapping in the new 2016 hid headlights and led tail lights from a 2016 sierra into a 2015 sierra? Would there be complications with wiring? has anyone seen the wiring setup on the headlights of a 2016 yet? thanks in advance.
i am in the market to upgrade my tires on my 2015 Sierra 1500 4x4 to a AT tire. But first would like some feedback or user insight on these topics: highway noise, ease of fit (ie; no rubbing), off-highway grip and speed of wear. I am planning on adding a 2.5" Rough country Leveling kit and using the stock 20's. Some tires that i am looking into are: Nitto Terra Grappler 2, General tire grabber, BFG KO2 and Toyo open country rt. If you have size suggestions that would also help. thank you all in advance.
Has anyone been able to find a folding tonneau cover that matches the grey plastic of the factory bed rails? I am all about uniformity and making things look like they belong on my truck. Every tonneau cover I see is either gloss or matte black and or paint matched to the truck. I would go with a paint matching cover but none of them cover the bed rails so it just doesn't look right to me. any thoughts? has anyone tried to paint their tonneau cover?
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