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    Brent Kidd
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    2020GMC AT4HD Crew Cab 4x4

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  1. They may not be a must but I will say you won’t regret them! They help level everything back out and greatly improves your steering and handling and helps with a smoother ride less chucking and bouncing. I went with the air ride 5000plus with the compressor and wireless controller, I’ve loved them, and install isn’t bad at all.
  2. I can’t attest to the cold air intake I’ve been waiting on Banks before I did any upgrade with that but I did do Banks Monster exhaust. I picked a little in mileage but nothing to write home about. My main goal with the exhaust was to get a side exit so I didn’t have the high exhaust temps directed straight back at our 5th wheel. It looks a hell of a lot better but don’t expect any change in sound it’s still as quiet as a mouse lol! MBRP also makes a DPF back exhaust that’s less expensive but it’s a 4” instead of the 5” but it’s probably worth a look too. Hope that helps.
  3. Nitto Ridge Grapplers 35x12.5x20 wheels are 20x9 with a positive 10 offset. Kinda wished I’d have went with a 0 offset or a little more to got a more aggressive stance. Love the setup though it functions great!
  4. Definitely shouldn’t have any issues you probably wouldn’t even need the level. I’m running 35x12.5x20 with my level with no issues.
  5. They’re the camera hookups for the trailer cameras one for inside and for the back, they’re typically connected to ports on the bumper next to where your trailer lights/brakes hookup.
  6. Here’s a video for you that may help ya out, depending on the mirror you may lose some functionality though.
  7. Anyone used these AC Delco 433mhz sensors on their camper with success? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I know it’s not related to your sensor question but if you haven’t seen these tow n stow hitch’s from B&W you may want to check them out, they work with the multipro tailgates and doesn’t matter if your hitch is in or not it won’t hit it. https://www.bwtrailerhitches.com/product/multipro-tow-stow Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. It’s the 311BHS, works out great with us and the kids, they’ve got their own space and half bath in the bunkhouse, makes it nice. The outdoor kitchen is awesome too, nice to have that extra fridge outside keeps you from having to go in and out all the time just to get a drink. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I’ve been running the Kryptonite Stage 3 kit for a while now with 35x12.5x20 on 20x9 with a +10 offset with no rubbing issues at all, just enough tire poke to give it a more aggressive look that it needed! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. 2020 2500 AT4, I’ve towed our 37’ fifth wheel which ways around 11,500-12,000 when loaded and a pin weight of 2197 with no issues, I did install the airlift load lifter 5000 ultimate air bags and that definitely helped with any sag and greatly improved my steering and handling. Love the truck, the camera setups on these trucks are incredible. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I’m wanting to get the TPMS sensors to put in my fifth wheel camper since you can integrate it into the trailering system and have the vehicle monitor it. Wondering if it has to be the GM trailering TPMS sensors only or if another brand will work as long as they are the same frequency. Anyone have any experience with this? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I ran the 4” Fabtech knuckle lift and ran 305/55/20 on a 20x9 0 offset wheel and had very slight rub on the back of the front wheel wells, just gave it a little love with the ole hammer and all was good.
  14. Tire shop can do it all for you, you don’t have to recalibrate the speedometer unless you change the height of the tire, wheel size won’t affect the speedometer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Kryptonite Stage 3 leveling kit with UCA’s and Fox Shocks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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