03dyna started following Disappearing Radio Controls and Does my '17 Silverado 4x4 have any greaseable points
The only ones I have found are the outer tie rod ends.
Hi I am not sure if this would work for you but this is what I use on my 18 here in Sask. and I have not had any problems with it this winter I just took of the hose clamp and used the cap by itself. https://www.homedepot.ca/product/pro-connect-flexible-pipe-cap-2/1000450727
Hi I am not sure if this would be any help to you with your question number 2 when I was getting winter tires for my truck I had a look at the spare and I noticed it was a 265/70/17 so if figured 17 inch rims should clear the brakes and be relatively close in size. I purchased a set of 17 inch rims and tires and it fits with no problem and checked the speedometer with a app on my phone and it seems to still be accurate so it worked for me and was a lot cheaper with the 17s. You may want to check with a tire size calculator online to make sure your speedo wont be out to much.
Hi Saskquatch I am in Sask. as well I run Bridgestone Blizzaks on my 1500 I find the wear down really quickly. I think if I had it to do over I would try the Michelin X-Ice we have them on the wifes crv and they still look like new after 3 years.Granted they are two totally different types of vehicles.
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Thanks again Elcamino it is between the h and j codes but I wonder if it could be in the wrong place on the list and if you don't mind me asking how did you figure these out I looked all over the internet and could not find anything on these codes.
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