Hit up customwheeloffset.com and search through the truck gallery there. There’s a wealth of info and pictures to compare wheel/tire combos and different suspension set ups specific to your model of truck.
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My ‘17 Sierra started doing this randomly a couple weeks after I had a level kit installed. Took it to the dealer. They didn’t explain much, but they said there was a TSB for it and something had to be reprogrammed. Easy fix, had my truck back in about 20 min.
dmorrisL86 replied to ObscureGlock's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500https://www.autozone.com/electrical-and-lighting/tail-light-mini-bulb/zevo-led-tail-light-mini-bulb/14493_404149_1556 I’ve had these in for over a year now as my back up lights in my Sierra. No issues. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for.
I plan to address mine by tuning it out. AFM sucks. There should be an option to turn it off on these trucks. If I was worried out fuel management, I wouldn’t have bought a full size truck with a 6.2 v8, I would have shopped for a Prius. If the technology has shown that it can possibly harm the longevity of the motor, the consumer shouldn’t be forced to use it.
They would fit. But I doubt the ‘14’s are wired correctly to handle the LED tails vs the regular ones. I’m sure there’s a wiring harness or adapter on the market for the conversion. And I bet someone on here has done it. I’ve never looked into it because I’ve got a ‘17. And I agree, the tail lights look way better than the all red ones.
dmorrisL86 replied to Gingerly's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500285/60/20 10-ply duratracs are $1400/set at tirebuyer.com. Free shipping to your house or you can have the set shipped to one of their installers. Last time I did this the mounting and balancing ran me about $130 at the installer. I would ask your shop if they will price match.
dmorrisL86 replied to Gingerly's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500That does seem quite high. But it depends on what size the Duratracs are. There’s a significant price difference between 17inch tires and 20inch tires. Also depends on if it is just a front level or if you are also adding blocks in the rear. Either way your quote seems high. My local shop quoted me $250 for front level install and alignment.
That’s probably just the truck trying to keep rpm’s low/stay in V4 to achieve fuel efficiency. Thank the EPA for that. My ‘17 6.2 does the same thing. But once you get into it...hold on! I love the truck and the 6.2, but the way GM has it tuned is frustrating. Your best bet is to get it tuned and/or disable AFM. There’s a local tuner near me that will tune out AFM for $150. I plan on doing this in the near future.
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