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this is good information, thanks for sharing...I have experienced this also...but more so, I will experience a lag when going from a dead stop, putting truck into reverse and it almost seems like the clutch isnt engageing or something...because it wont go anywhere for a second...then i have to increase the rpms and it doesn't cluck, but obviously takes off a little quicker than i would like since the rpms are higher, once it catches... any thoughts?
I know this is the truck side of the forum, but I think trucks have the same DVD/Blue Ray player as the Yukon XL...and there is a LOT more activity over here than on the SUV side. This seems like an easy ask, but I’ll be damn I can’t find the answer... we have a 2019 Yukon XL with the dual screen dvd/Blu-ray player... I can’t seem to figure out which headphones are compatible with this player (except for the direct factor replacement and I don’t want to spend $200 for a pair of headphones). Any help would be greatly appreciated! at some point even though the look the same the dvd player changed (maybe 2018?) but I know the remote isnt the same manf number for my 2019 than is is for the 2017.... thanks in advance for any help...
Good afternoon... this seems like an easy ask, but I’ll be damn I can’t find the answer... we have a 2019 Yukon XL with the dual screen dvd/Blu-ray player... I can’t seem to figure out which headphones are compatible with this player (except for the direct factor replacement and I don’t want to spend $200 for a pair of headphones). Any help would be greatly appreciated!
ah, thanks for that clarification. and if that's the case...i am not sure of all the issues that are mentioned...i have a 2016, RC 2" front level, run 265/85r18 rims, no rubbing, no issues...no trimming or modifications needed...not sure what was changed if it is the k2xx...
first off, welcome to the forum...couple things i would say is first...this thread is in the 2014-2018 body style...not saying there are not participants with the newer body, style, but you might have better luck posting this in the 2019+ sub forum. secondly, if you have a lifted (or even leveled truck) on a 9" tire...it will look like a motorcycle tire on that thing...here is a comparison of a previous 'stock size vs the closest thing i could maneuver for a 31"x9" tire...i dont even think they sell this size, but this calculator is just a program... good luck on your search! i hope you are able to find what you are looking for...
if you get some avery vinyl, you can cut yourself...not sure of the price comparison of getting them pre-cut...but i did my own 'Z71' on my doors and grill and was happy with the outcome...all you need is some alcohol, razor blade and a blow dryer...its pretty easy...plenty of YouTube videos to help.
slinin' mud is ok...sometimes! haha! yeah, they have some give and flex to them (when needed) but don't waffle in the wind when driving down the hw...i cannot attest to their durability if you are axle deep ... however, if you are on a muddy road and kind of bounce around from pot hole to rut, yes they flex...
Thanks. It only looks like that for a couple days and the tree sap and dust get to it! haha! I would say I agree with you on the look and style (being personal preference so cant argue if you like the GM's better) but on function, I would respectfully disagree...the WeatherTechs are wider and longer than the GM versions...so I would respectfully say the functionality is better with the WeatherTech... however, I also agree...personal preference...they both work...just a matter of which one you like better...
i'm in the market for my wifes Yukon...so following...the diode dynamics are super expensive though...they are $150 for a pair...are they worth the extra where you can get a kit (high and low beam plug and play package ) for $100... 3 times the cost?
Good morning everyone...I am looking at replacement tires for 2019 Yukon XL...this is my wife's vehicle and she has absolutely no desire to get all terrain tires (nor do I want her too)...I am a believer of putting as much (within reason) rubber as possible on a rim for the best ride possible. curious if anyone has replaced their tires for a larger size, how large have you gone without rubbing and looking ridiculous? these will be all season highway tires (Michelin Defenders probably) on the stock 18" rims... second part is, if you have gotten a larger tire, was the ROI worth it? I am assuming the larger tires will be more expensive...was it worth it over the normal stock size tire price? did it ride better or wear better? Hope this makes sense...not looking to go crazy just a size or to larger (an inch or so taller and an inch or so wider)... thoughts?
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