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    2016 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT All-Terrain

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  1. What dog cover are you guys running? I have one currently but it does not cover the back of my crew cab enough.
  2. Good Morning all, After doing some research it looks like I am going to go with the AC Delco Black Hat Rotors for fronts & Rears and pair them with the AC Delco Ceramic pads. Can someone please help me with part numbers for the front & rear rotors? I am seeing different #s across the fourms. Also, any feedback on them? Thanks in advance!!!
  3. I agree with you. The only think that sucks with a trade in is paying to do it all over again. Aka: Wheels & Tires, Bilstein 5100s, tint, air intake, BBP tune, etc. I might just end up keeping mine because its truly mine now.
  4. Good evening all, Hope everyone had a good thanksgiving and a safe one. I currently have a 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT A/T 5.3 4x4 with 71,****** on it. A few "dealer"ships have caught my eye on some 2020s and I wanted to see what you guys have to say about them. I still owe around $10G on my truck but have gotten some good trade offers on it around $31G. Is it worth it to trade in right now or hold off until a new generation comes out?
  5. Good Afternoon All, Looking for the part numbers for the PPV rotor and pads to put on my '16 Sierra. Thank you in advance!
  6. Good. Here is an easy way to do it and how I did it. 1) Let the engine cool Down 2) Clamp the upper radiator hose going to the thermostat WITH HOSE CLAMPS (NOT VICE GRIPS) 3) Take off the hoses 4) Unscrew the bolts x3 5) Clean surface 6) Grease O-Ring and install 7) Tighten down (hand tight) 8 ) Re-Connect Hoses 9) Release Clamp 10) Fill reservoir uncapped 11) Let it run and do its work 12) Refill.
  7. Make sure its OEM. Are you getting just the thermostat or the entire housing?
  8. ITs the thermostat. had the same issues @ 62,****** on a 2016 5.3. Replaced it it under 20 mins and it was back to steady as a rock @ 210. its a lazy thermostat.
  9. Funny you say this. In the winter 73 used to be hot enough for me. I had to crank it to 77 to get hot.
  10. Thanks for the replies. I see what you are saying about it being a lazy thermostat. Since the truck has 64,****** on it i was going to replace it this weekend with an OEM thermostat housing. Just to air on the side of caution. Going to be hitting the beach soon and driving on it so i want to make sure my cooling system is OK as it gets 100+ where I am on the sand. Plus its a $30.00 part plus my time so why not. Its easy to change out from what i've seen
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