I did that on my first attempt, no luck, then on my fourth attempt I took out the entire window regulator, didn't see any problems with it added thin rubber washers to each mounting stud, wrapped the motor with thin foam rubber, there is a fair amount of side to side movement of the window glass in the run channel so I slid the glass back about 3/16 of an inch, this took away about 90% of the noise, I still couldn't say what is causing the problem, but it is better, I have also had wind noise issues with this door which I have been chasing for several months I can tell this door frame has been bent to try and resolve this problem ( I am the second owner) if had to guess I would say this is a bad door shell and needs to be replaced at this point, took it to the dealer when it was under warranty they said it is "normal"
Thank you for your concern Anthony, but unfortunately this part of my warranty has expired, I am going to have to deal with this myself, I was checking in with the folks here to find out if anyone had the same experience or a fix. I am leaning toward a faulty window regulator they are expensive so just wanted to be sure.
Thank you!, yes the Toyo's are heavy tires, but, they have done well in wet conditions which is what I was looking for, the SRA's where pretty scary on wet roads. Wildpeaks are great tires as well you should be happy with those.
edz71 started following Interior Modifications, Clunk/Thud noise drivers door, Motofab 3” front 2” rear leveling/lift kit fitting 35x12.50-20? and and 7 others
I have a 2016 Z crew cab, when I shut the drivers door there is a loud clunk rattle noise I don't hear while driving or going over bumps, had the trim panel off 3 times could not locate problem, I did notice when I had the window down about a 1/2 inch or so the noise was gone, anyone else experience this-thanks for the help.
edz71 replied to Wcowanjr's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraMotoFab 2.5 front, rear is stock, 285/60/20 Toyo A/T 2s
I have the same noise in my 16 Z it's been driving me nuts had the door apart 3 times the last time I loosened all the bolt on the regulator and put a rubber pad behind the window motor, it definitely made a difference but now its back, did the new regulator fix your problem and is anyone else experiencing this also,Thanks all great forum !
I installed Toyo A/T 2 285/60/20 on my 16 Z and my truck does all of that, if I had to do all over, I would have stayed with the same size and less aggressive, don't get me wrong its a great tire, just not for me.
Just bought the Diablo i3 platinum, installed the the basic 87 octane with firm shift and changed tire size 285/60/20, made a huge difference with minimal settings, no more lag at take off no more trans trying to figure out what gear to be in, much better performance can definitely feel the extra horsepower. I have read that some people have installed their stock setting back then made their changes is this something you need to do or can you just update your current settings without reverting back to stock first.
Very nice!. looks great, if I had a choice again now, I would go with the 285/55/20 for appearance and performance, I would have to totally agree with Lgetz you will sacrifice performance with taller tires, there is also something to said about the stock look with a few tweaks, nice looking trucks both of you.
I installed the Moto Fab 2.5 coil spacers in front only leveled my truck no need for rear blocks, a little more work than the other kit, but, worth it.https://www.amazon.com/MotoFab-Lifts-CH-2-5-Leveling-Pickup/dp/B00I5056M4/ref=sr_1_6?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1517574999&sr=1-6&keywords=leveling+kit+for+silverado+1500
My wife gave me a set of Katzkin for X-mas for my 16 CC Z71 in process of installing myself, actually pretty easy just take you time cut off your old seat cover so you don`t break any of the orange clips in the foam they are not replaceable, have the fronts done gonna do the backs and console this weekend, you can take a heat gun/hair dryer and work out the wrinkles takes a little time or you can wait and they work themselves out. I did each seat one at a time in my living room where it was nice and warm wife was cool with that.
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