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HeySkippyDog

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  1. I have all highway mileage experience on the k2 platform and I didn't actually see true shock degradation until 100k. If you have automotive experience, strut compressors, an air compressor and impact driver, changing shocks isn't that bad. It's an afternoon job. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  2. Damn right they are. I've seen plenty GMT400 and GMT800 Heavy Duty trucks, but never a K2. They seem to push those designs slower than the light duty trucks. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  3. I would imagine it's tuned differently. Sweet man! I have not seen any K2 generation heavy duty truck in Central Florida, and I'm always on the road commuting. How much did that big fella cost, if you don't mind my asking? Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  4. How many miles are on the truck? Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  5. That 5500 is a HOSS! What engine is in it? Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  6. I have no idea man. I'm not even sure where it might be. I'd look at either side of the radiator, near the headlight assembly on both sides. Can't be far from there. If you find it, let us know. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  7. Hey man, looks pretty slick to me! Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  8. @Frankielozano214 can hook you up! Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  9. X2 on re-seating the connector before you do anything drastic. I didn't know I had shutters until I read it on this forum. 2014/15 trucks did not, I assumed my 2017 was just a face-lifted, storm trooper-esque truck from my retro looking 2014. [emoji51] Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  10. Could it be the active grille shutters? In your front grille are shutters that open and close for aerodynamic purposes. At slow speed, they open to maximize flow through your radiator to keep the engine cool. At high speed, they close and redirect it. Radiator still gets air, just only enough to cool the coolant. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  11. Look in the glovebox on your RPO sticker for a GU#. GU6 is the 3.42 rear axle, and absent the NHT "max tow" package, is the heaviest capacity rear axle you can get. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  12. Lol you must be really sending it. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  13. I can echo Jim's reported temps. 180-195 when it's hot out (90F). That's normal. If you're dragging a trailer you might see 200-205. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  14. Py-ROOOOOOO, JODGE-paaaaaaaaants! [emoji448][emoji445][emoji445] Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
  15. You have a 2014 with the original battery. It's amazing it works at all, mine died almost 3 years on the dot. Those messages are not sounding like a problem, I think you need a new battery man. 6 years is incredible. I once got 5 out of an Autozone Duralast Gold in central Florida. That's unheard of here. But 6? I replaced mine with a Duralast AGM. Little more expensive but not much. Good battery. Sent from my SM-J810F using Tapatalk
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