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    Clay Snider
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    2015.5 Silverado 2500HD DC Z71 6.0L

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  1. Mirrors look good. I bought some vinyl tint and applied to my tow mirror lights, was pretty easy to do with a heat gun and I think it looks good. They look black during the day. Just an idea to get rid of the amber.
  2. There is also a electrical connector attached to the base of the seat belt that if disconnected will stop the chiming. I always wear my seat belt but have forever been in the habit of putting it on after I start the truck and that constant chiming was ear splitting. My 08 sierra would only chime once you were in drive.
  3. I currently have the chrome tow mirrors, but would like to have them painted to match.
  4. How much did they charge to paint and install them, if you don't mind me asking.
  5. I have a Zinger too. Sent from my XT1585 using Tapatalk
  6. Good to hear. Will hopefully be doing that soon. It looks to be a pretty simple install.
  7. Just as a follow up to this topic, I decided on the 275/65/20 Duratracs. Since I do not have mudflaps, I can report that there is absolutely no rubbing whatsoever at full lock in drive or reverse with a bone stock suspension setup. I have not installed the drop shackles yet, but I am thinking about only dropping the rear one inch to leave some rake for when I do pull my travel trailer. Thanks again for everyone's input!
  8. You can unlock, lock, and remote start your truck from the OnStar App called remote link.
  9. What's your price? I sent you a message earlier today.
  10. This is my first go around with a 2500 and the 6.0. It's a 2015 that I bought new in February of this year. This has become more noticeable (just now audibly) now that I have a Magnaflow muffler on the truck. When you are just cruising around maintaining speed, it seems like the RPMs surge in the 1500-1750 range, like the truck is lugging, or pulsing, or searching for a gear or something. If I give it more gas, it will downshift and feel fine. When it is doing the surging, it feels like it has no power, until like I said, you give it more gas and it downshifts. Is this a common occurrence with these motors and nothing to be concerned about or should I raise a question with the dealer?
  11. I have a 2015 6.0 and had my local performance muffler shop cut off my stock muffler and put on a Magnaflow 12909 muffler and they made a new tailpipe that is pretty hidden. I really like the sound of it. It's there when you want to get on it, but doesn't really drone while driving. The newer HD trucks already have a 3.5 inch exhaust system, so in my opinion, it's not worth doing a whole new cat back system, just get a muffler and a new tail pipe, if you like the hiddne/dumped exhaust look.
  12. You are supposed to use the mounting hardware from the old lights. Adjustment screw as well. I'm quite happy with mine.
  13. I'm not sure about the passenger side, I only did the driver side. I always wear my seat belt but have been forever in the habit of not clicking it until after I start my truck and that chime is insanely loud. As to why these trucks aren't like previous generations and do not chime until you are out of Park is beyond me. It's kinda hard to get to, you have to reach your hand between the seat and feel for the harness. It's a small wire coming out of the seat belt receiver, but it unplugs. Here is another thread detailing: http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/161422-seat-belt-dinger/
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