At the end of the day, there are going to be Fords that will outlast Rams, GMs, Tundras, and Titans, and there will be GMs that will outlast Fords, Rams, Tundras, and Titans.....etc...... Its hard to say which one is better. Just like the battle between Apple and Samsung.
Sorry. I'm a newbie when it comes to using a trailer. I'm going to be using a trailer to haul my motorcycle. I'm guessing that I should be asking about is the ball mount and not a hitch? I've been looking at adjustable or a drop hitch ones, but I'm a little confused. So many choices.
I have a 2017 GMC Sierra Crew Cab All Terrain 6.2L without max tow. I am getting a 6 inch lift done with the BDS lift kit and 35s. What trailer hitch do yall recommend? Is stainless steel necessary? What specs should i be looking for? Thanks in advance.
eddieconfetti3 replied to caddyshackgolf18's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraI had the exact same problem. What cured my problem was swapping the OEM running boards to the AMP running boards. Surprisingly after that, no more shake from 70 to 80. And I'm still on my stock rim and tires.
I was actually interested in the rigid industries grill with a 30" led bar. Even though the price isn't friendly, I think it looks clean. Does anyone have this grille? https://www.rigidindustries.com/led-grilles/41599
With the shake, one thing interesting happened to me. When i was running the oem crew cab 4 inch round assist steps in black, i would consistently get a vibration from 70 to 80 mph. Drove like this for about 3000 miles. Then I switched to the Amp Research Powerstep, and then VOILA. No more vibrations. Smooth sailing from 0 to 100. I swear it has something to do with the OEM running boards.
I tried searching but I couldn't find any information about this CAI. I do like the design and Injen is a well known brand in the tuner world. A cool feature that I saw was a built-in filter minder that shows you when the filter needed to be cleaned. It also uses a SuperNano-Web Dry Air Filter. Wanted to see if anybody had this intake and what the reviews were if any.
I believe this is the SCA Performance GMC ST. This comes with a 2 inch lowering kit. And the badge on that back does not say SCB, but SCA. SCA actually has 4 different models. Apex, Black Widow, G2, and ST. Apex and Black Widow comes with a 6 inch lift while the G2 comes with a 4 inch lift. And to add, this ST model comes with painted front and rear factory bumpers and bowties.
How are yall getting 17-18 in the city. I average 13-14 when I am heavy on the pedal and 14-15 when I am babying the pedal. Driving around town is about 95% while 5% is freeway. When i took a 1000 mile road trip, I did get about 21 mpg.
Just to let yall know, The Philips 921 LED bulb does actually fit into the reverse light socket. Just have to give it an extra push but it does go in. I just installed mine with no problems. Looks great too.
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