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Morenar

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    Morenar
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    Florida
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    2017 GMC Sierra 1500 Summit White Elevation edition

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  1. JJCamper, I don't have a 4x4 but I do have a Sierra v6 that had similar issue. See here what the dealer found after I was told previously that it was normal operation. I also noticed it was worse when the transmission got up to temp. Oh, forgot to add hen shortly after the above work was done around 600 miles started doing the hard downshifts again and they found quote " Found several valves in the valve body scored due to metal in transmission at last repair of torque converter failure. This is causing valves to bind and stick intermittently when hot." They had to replace the upper and lower valve body assembly. You think they would have flushed the transmission after the first repair a few times.
  2. Nitto Sale

    Ordered my RidgeGrapplers from Tirebuyer the week of BlackFriday. Had them at my door in two days and had them mounted. The shop had a hard time road force balancing 3 tires. I called Tirebuyer up and they immediately shipped me 3 replacement tires. I completed the supporting paperwork and shipped the tires back to them with the provided return labels. Easiest transaction ever. The 3 new tires all road balanced with no issue.
  3. Santa brought me a Pedal Commander. Love it so far.
  4. Cargo Lights on with Reverse Lights

    I just did it again today. I happen to hop into the passenger seat today and turned on the ignition to refresh my SiriusXM radio. I then turned the car off and closed and lock the passenger door and the radio continued to play. Wasn't till I opened the drivers door and that it turned off.
  5. Cargo Lights on with Reverse Lights

    Good Day all, I just did this mod and noticed that my radio stayed on after locking my doors. I also noticed the cargo light indicator on the switch was on as well. It wasn't until I opened and closed my drivers door that the radio shutoff. Any ideas?
  6. E85???

    Found this https://www.topspeed.com/trucks/truck-reviews/chevrolet/2016-chevrolet-silverado-ar171299.html 297HP \ E85 and 330Lb-FT Torque
  7. E85???

    I started using E85 on my 17 Sierra 4.3L two tanks ago and I definately feel a difference in power, torque and shifting. The engine just feels so much better, like it is not struggling when accelerating. I always filled up with 87 but decided to switch as there aren't too many mods for increase HP on the 4.3L. I do have the AFM Range device to keep it in V6 all the time. By the way, how do you like your pedal commander? Was going to get it during black Friday but decided a spray in bedliner and Nitto Ridge Grapplers were a better upgrade for now.
  8. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Thanks, I did the chalk test yesterday and 37psi seems to be the sweet spot on mine.
  9. Just had the Ridge Grappler 275/60/20XL mounted this morning. No rubbing that I can see so far. makosenna What tire pressure are running on yours?
  10. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Just had the Nitto Ridge Grappler 275/60/20XL done on my 17 Sierra. Love the ride, just need to figure out the correct tire pressure. Any recommendations?
  11. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Thanks, did you Readylift kit come with UCA's? I don't see the ball joint as crushed as with a Rough country 2in Kit.
  12. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Can anyone post a picture of what their ball joints look like with the 2in Rough Country leveling kit? I need to compare them to mine.
  13. Take a look at this topic Maybe related.
  14. I am looking to go with the same size Nitto Ridge Grappler tire on the same 5 spoke rim. Did you have any rubbing on the UCA or any where else? Also is your truck 2in leveled?
  15. Yep, received that one yesterday and ordered me some reverse lights as well as some for my wife's SUV.
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