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  1. Man, that is the perfect stance. That looks great. I cant stand the huge negative offset wheels.
  2. Disappointed with 2019

    Maybe in 2007.
  3. DougFl 2019 Silverado

    That is a great color. Congrats.
  4. 2018 5.3L engine knock

    Sorry for your luck, man! Hopefully 3rd time is a charm.
  5. Both wheelbases are the same. The smoother ride is probably attributed to the added weight of the crew cab, assuming all other variables are equal (shocks, drivetrain, tires, etc.)
  6. 19' Silverado Double Cab

    The styling cue similarities are uncanny. It's not a bad thing. All brands imitate each other to an extent. Anyone who doesnt see any tundra styling cues in the T1 needs their eyes checked. Lol.
  7. 5 grand for a hood and maybe some headlights?
  8. Oh and great review, OP. Can't wait to continue to hear more T1 feedback.
  9. You are going from a tuned 6.2 to a 5.3? Yikes.
  10. MotorTrend at4 review

    $75k? Something's not right. A loaded Denali is $68k and a loaded AT4 I thought is around $64k.
  11. Disappointed with 2019

    I would think adaptive cruise control would be the last feature you'd want to use when towing? Unless the truck increases the braking force because it knows youre pulling a trailer?
  12. Yes, put the truck up on jackstands if you have to and sell them ASAP before the buyer does any research and realizes how much he is overpaying.
  13. Weird reading on average MPG

    Mine reads about 8% optimisitc as well. Every time, so it's consistent i suppose at least.
  14. Single speed transfer case

    You said "putting a boat in" which would involve backing in, floating the boat off the trailer, and pulling out an empty trailer. Would it not? Why would you need 4-low for backing in? All youre using is your 4 wheel disc brakes backing in. Not sure where 4-low would offer any benefit over 2wd. I could see when retrieving and pulling the weight of the boat up a steep ramp.

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