I put the Rhino Rack Vortex bars on mine with a Kuat skinny cargo rack. I have enough room to go add 2 bikes with the kuat and 3 if I take it off. The Kuat baskets are really nice but they're very heavy. Even the skinny one like mine is hard to take on and off without help. truck
I have a 2017 Sierra All Terrain. Is there a way to display current altitude on the GPS? My last few vehicles did this. I live in the mountains and regularly drive up around 10,000 ft. Being able to display altitude is a nice feature. Am I missing it or is it just not there? Thanks for any info.
I have a 2107 All Terrain and have developed a slow leak in my rear passenger tire. I'm going to get that fixed this afternoon but the issue I'm having is that the truck thinks the front passenger tire is low, not the rear. Is that a wiring issue on the truck or are the TPMs in the tires programmed for each wheel well? That doesn't seem right to me since people obviously rotate their tires all the time.
they are out there. My dealer had probably 50 1500s on the lot and they had one that was crew/standard. That's what I was looking for but it just didn't have what I wanted on it and I was in need of a vehicle. If you're willing to look around or have the dealer find one for you, they're out there.
I put the RC leveling kit strut spacers in the front of my 2017 all terrain. Ever since, I'm getting flashed pretty regularly. I have the stock led lights. I know these lights are bright to begin with, but should ! have my lights angled down a little? I have never had to do that, but these things are by far the brightest lights I've owned. anyone else have to do this? If so, did you diy or pay the dealer? Thanks for any info.
Looking for a way to mount some rigid d2 led spots on my A pillars. I had this set up on my jeep jk. Obviously with the jeeps , there's already bolts to mount the leds. Does anyone make a mount for a sierra for an led spot mid way up the A pillar on either side of the windshield. Any info appreciated.
There's lots of threads on tire sizes and I've definitely been able to use that info to get close on my decision. I have a 2017 All Terrain and have ordered the 2.5" Rough Country leveling kit. My questions is this: Is this a good choice for this set up? I'm not looking for the largest tire I can fit and do a fair amount of mountain driving and from my jeep days, I'd rather have a thinner tire due to all the snow we get here. I'm familiar with the KO2, we have them on our other truck and they do well for us here in Colorado. Anyway, looking at these. Any thoughts? LT275-60R20 https://www.4wheelparts.com/Tires/BF-Goodrich-LT275-60R20-Tire-All-Terrain-T-A-KO2-64811.aspx?t_c=13&t_s=536&t_pt=101509&t_pn=BFG64811 Very much appreciate any feedback. You guys have a great community going here. I have learned quite a bit both before and after my purchase. David
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