So it sounds like purchasing a T1 platform GM truck negates what most of us K2 owners believe and have experienced where More sidewall rubber ( Smaller Wheel Diameter ) creates a better more cushioned ride compared to Less sidewall rubber ( Larger Wheel Diameter). I have owned more than 10 trucks in 20 years and can say without a doubt that a 16-18 " wheel and tire produces a far better ride over a 20"-22" wheel and tire. Not doubting any of you T1 owners who are posting opposite results but experience and history are what they are.
It's all good BPVTB. I did correct myself or further explained the AFM/DFM after I made the 1st post. Honestly it is somewhat confusing, especially discussing LD trucks for 2019 and T1's LOL Bottom line is I am sure some of you with DFM will be pumped about the Disabler once it is released.
I do not intend to argue but nowhere in the OP's comment does it mention AFM. Inquiring about a disable device for a 2019 truck is a loose statement. 2019 includes the LD K2 truck platform and the brand new T1 platform. Lower trim levels on T1 have AFM same as K2. Upper Trims of T1 have DFM. Anyone confused yet? There are currently AFM disablers available for K2 which will work for the 2019 LD K2 gennylight do you have a 2019 LD or T1 truck with DFM ? I assume you have DFM because you posted in this DFM disabling thread:
$1300 is highway robbery for a $200 repair. I can see why some refer to them as stealerships! LOL It's just amazing how one dealer charges $1300 and the other one across town only takes $795 out of your pocket. Basically, they can charge what they want.
Looks great. The T1 Silverado is in my opinion by far the best looking lifted truck out there. 2019 RAM looks funny lifted and unfortunately, so does the T1 Sierra due to the angled wheel openings.
Right now I am raising two kids. 14 and 10 .... so i guess that is my main hobby LOL Aside from that I am in the process of building this: I enjoy landscaping, hardscaping, model airplane building/flying and detailing cars. Traveling is great when time allows. I like Coaching my kids' recreational sporting teams. Kids grow fast so i want to be there for them as much as i can. Additionally, these hobbies are important to me because I have a creative mind and can express my thoughts and visions through objects I construct. I like details. After all the difference is in the details right? Some of you may notice that some of my postings and responses can grow rather lengthy! Just call it the methodical in me
Sierra Dan replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomThis is how i feel about the 1988 Honda 250R Four wheeler. I had one when I was 14 and that thing was a rocket racer. I grew up in the age of ATV's (mid to late 80s)
Sierra Dan replied to rikhek's topic in 2019/2020 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraThey even include a new jack with longer cylinder in the GM lift kit. With an MSRP of $1295, the jack must account for at least $200 !
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