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OldDawg45

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  1. I am hearing that the axle is related to the issue but the root cause isn’t the axle. The axle attaches to a stubbed shaft which goes in the front diff. The stubbed shaft is like 1/8 of an inch too long. They have replaced the stub shaft and so far no noise. I will update with a bulletin number on Monday if I can get it. Hope this helps. It’s a $300 repair under warranty.
  2. She she sits on a 2” rough country level with Fuel Beast D564 wheels wrapped with 275/70/18 Toyo Open Country AT’s
  3. This is mine 2" level. 18x9 Fuel Beast wrapped with 275/70/18 Toyo AT2
  4. Hopefully it posts the picture this time - 18x9 Fuel Beast wrapped in Toyo Open Country AT2 - 275/70/18
  5. If it's been asked an answered, I apologize in advance... Does this unlocking allow you to use Waze on the radio screen as your maps?
  6. I have the AVS in-channel. Occasionally I will have an auto up failure which will make the window go back down but has only happened a handful of times... All in all, I like them. No excessive wind noise and sit closer to the body than the tape on type. I would buy them again on. A new truck.
  7. I went the Kicker Soundgate 4 channel DSP kit. Hardest part is getting power thru the firewall. Enhances the stock speakers, fills the lows, fits out of plain sight and no factory wiring is hacked. I am pleased with the final product.
  8. Fidelity isn't a bad warranty... Especially if it's the new car or platinum coverage. GMPP is a good warranty as well. Both have pluses and minuses. I *think* the GMPP warranty is a little more expensive. Check coverage levels of both since you have 25k on it. Often the coverages change after 20k or so. Fidelity isn't a bad warranty... Especially if it's the new car or platinum coverage. GMPP is a good warranty as well. Both have pluses and minuses. I *think* the GMPP warranty is a little more expensive. Check coverage levels of both since you have 25k on it. Often the coverages change after 20k or so.
  9. I didn't add all these today, but over the past 4 months I have added : tinted windows and front windshield, leveled, spray in bed liner, Morimoto HID's, Rigid DOT approved cubes, fogs w/ high beam mod, LED reverse - cargo - tag lights, Airaid MIT, GM Borla cat back - dual side exit, in-channel vent shades, Permafinish and today - Full Kicker Soungate upgrade. I am really digging my truck....
  10. I added the Kicker to my truck today and was very surprised by the added tones and clarity of highs that this added to my truck. Very nice addition for a "stock" appearance.
  11. It's a mathematical algorithm that takes engine speed, humidity levels, temperatures and average fuel economy (probably other stuff as well) to calculate XX% of oil life. It is not a mileage based counter.
  12. X2 just enough rumble for me... Not obnoxious at all. No drone nor any helicopters chasing me.
  13. 5500k here. For me, the lights don't extend farther than stock bulbs do, but the area it lights up and the different color of light makes everything pop. The biggest difference in my set up is my Rigid Ind DOT cubes. A massive jump in light output with those.
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