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fairway605

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  1. Thanks Nasty for posting the link, just what I need. Thats great with all the available options you can get with it.
  2. My last oil change was on 5-20-18, I've only put 340 miles on to date and I'm at 95%.
  3. You could also consider a 285/70-18 (34x11.50) where you get the height and the width. I recently switched from 275/70-18 to 285/70-18 and like it a lot with zero rubbing.
  4. One thing to be aware of between the SL tires and the LT tires is the tread depth SL is 16/32 LT is 18/32.
  5. Have you noticed any difference in your steering, I just went from 275/70/18 ko2 to 285/70/18 ridges and my steering got real tight and steering wheel doesn’t return when cornering. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I took the top plastic piece off and put it down inside there, taped the metal parts so they don’t make noise, put top piece back on. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I have one with the card reader you can have if that works for you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. https-::www.gmc.com:gmc-life:trucks:introducing-the-2019-gmc-sierra-elevation-edition?evar36=MRM_eml_GMC_Q2_OWNER_ENEWS_TRK_EM_0718_15390421424.webloc https-::www.gmc.com:gmc-life:trucks:introducing-the-first-ever-2019-sierra-at4.webloc
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  10. I will second what Jon said, very happy with my icons. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Leveled with icon coilovers and cognito upper arms installed two years ago.
  12. So I noticed grease splattered under the front of my truck today, so I start looking to see where it came from and see the the cv boot is the problem. It’s kind of torn and almost looks like it melted over the clamp in spots. Will get it fixed but wondering how this happened to a truck with 11900 miles on it. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. The wheel liners are from front, I am aware of those plugs on the rear thanks. On a GMC though its easy to access that area from holes the wheel mouldings snap into from the outside.
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