Thanks for the compliment. It's a Zone 6.5" lift. Stock wheels bolt right on with no problems. I'm running Toyo Open Country R/T in 35x12.5x20. No trimming, no rubbing. I am running BORA 1.5" wheel spacers in the rear to even the track width.
My truck on stock wheels and 35x12.50. It's refreshing to have a truck without the ugly fender flares and aftermarket wheels that EVERY other Silverado around here has. The tacky "Rocky Ridge" emblazened across the windshield makes it hard for them to blend in too. I say lift it man. I'm real tempted to order some Fox remote coilovers.
I've never understood individuals leasing vehicles....businesses doing it, I get I guess. You're basically renting it yet you are responsible for maintenance and wear-and-tear. Is it the allure of the lower payments or what?
lapoolboy replied to Indcsve's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsGlad to help bud!
MVI has programmed my HMI to support OEM DVD/Blu-Ray playback. Is there anything in the HMI relating to the park assist that may be the cause? It worked perfectly with the old cluster...I guess I could put it back in to see if it works....if it does, then we know it's the Denali cluster. Can you tell me where to find the park assist module so I can see which one it is?
I just discovered a potential issue... I have gotten a "Service Rear Park Assist" message on my cluster a couple of times. The graphic and camera are working on the 8" Infotainment screen and it is beeping as normal, but there is no graphic popping up on the new Denali cluster like it did on the stock one. Anyone else have this issue?
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