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About 74Sprint17SierraATX

  • Birthday 12/13/1993

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    Matt Smith
  • Location
    Long Island
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    2017 Sierra All Terrain X

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  1. Pulled off the entire door panel. Had to snake the harness out. It’s a bit of a pain in the balls. Just take note of the orientation of the harness and how it was routed originally. I’m sorry for the delay! I’m sure you got it done already Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Sorry! I’ve been MIA. This was driver side door. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I do a good mix of highway and town driving. CAI (for what that’s worth) l, 2in level on the front, and I took the air dam off the bottom of it. Still getting 18.1mpg average. From Long Island to Syracuse I usually get 20.5-22. Best ride I ever had was an 8 hour ride to my gfs college. 24.1. But that was with no level, CAI, and dam on. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Front Rear Worst looking tire. 45400 on them. Purchased the truck with them on it Dec ‘16. I’m in the same boat and will be getting new tires before winter rolls around. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I’ve never had experience with yours, but I have 265/6518s wrangler duratraks on my Sierra. That’s what came stock from the factor. 43k on them and I’ve had zero problems with them. I did a trip to Duck NC with them and forgot to air down on the beach... still had zero problems. Even in loose sand. Only thing is I should’ve kept up with rotating them a bit more. Front edges are a bit more worn than the rests at the moment. But like I said, that’s my own fault and I’m sure that’ll be the same on any aggressive corner/edge of a tire Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Does the smell you’re talking about smell like wet dog crap? Because I’ve had that for a bit, and can not seem to get rid of it. Did the filter swap work for your odor issue? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I believe the front doors are identical. Its the back door panels that are different. I’m sure someone else will chime in if this is not the case, but my dad has extended cab and I have crew and the doors seem identical. I can measure when I get home Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Column shifter all day long!!! And screw these push buttons that are coming in on the new Tahoes and suburbans which I’m sure will creep there way in as options...
  9. I’m also an idiot and completely misread your post..... Need coffee.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. My truck came stock with 265/65 18s. Stock wheels are +25ish or something very close I leveled my truck and will be getting bigger tires when needed. As the truck looks like it skipped leg day Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. (Potentially Stupid) Question for you. Would my 2 inch level achieve the same as your 2 in on the coil. I don’t want to buy these tires if I’m going to have issues. I would think it would work, I would love to be sure! Love that meaty look! Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Following up... I soldered in about an inch of wire on the break. I also pulled it so there was a bit of slack on both ends. Originally, I was worried that adding wire would somehow mess with the resistance of the wire enough to trigger computer issues or whatever TF else that could go wrong. I have had zero issues and full operation on my door panel. Todd, I would not have found my break without pulling the harness out. My break was actually behind the fitting that goes into the door. My second pic is a bit deceiving. I pulled the door jam boot back past where the the fitting met the door so I could have more access. I would not recommend your method as you will most likely cause more tension and another break soon thereafter. I would add a bit of wire for sure.
  13. You have a pic of that, interested Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Thanks for posting, I’ve tried confirming this and couldn’t find anything but “I think it should work.” I wanna put these on my truck next. Running a motofab 2” in the front Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Hey Phil, Thanks for the response. No work has ever been done on the door, until now... I found the issue... Pics attached... Heres a question for you, If I add a little bit of wire to the green and yellow, will it mess with the operation. Obviously adding wiring will change the resistance of that wire. Ideally I would love to add even just a half an inch to lessen the tension on that wire and prevent stretch. Let me know what you think.
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