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    2014 Silverado 1500 LT Z71

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  1. I purchased the Viair constant duty OBA kit. The tank fits between the frame and the cab and the compressor fits up inside the bed. I was able to weld up some brackets for both the tank and the compressor. The compressor used the mounting location for the bedside steps and the tank uses the mounting location for the running boards. I mounted the air chuck inside the bedside step.
  2. 2020 Duramax 2500. Raceline Guage 18x9 -12 offset, 35x12.5 BFG KO2, leved.
  3. Hello all, I recently purchased a 2020 2500 Duramax that has 35x12.5r17 tires installed. I use the truck for work and really want a full sized spare as the current spare is only a 245/75r17. I was wondering what the max tire size is that could fit in the factory location. Any idea? If necessary I can put it in the bed under my tonneau cover. Thanks guys.
  4. Its an "Extang Trifecta Toolbox 2.0 Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover" I got from americantrucks.com. It's made to fit with a toolbox.
  5. This was somebody else's post that was never solved and I'm having the same issue so I thought I would try to repost it. Every time I start the 2014 Silverado LTZ the wipers make one swipe. This started as an intermittent issue, I could cycle the wipers and they would return to home position and work as they should. Occasionally the wipers would be slightly above the home position as though they were in intermittent mode. If I cycled them a few times they would return to home position. Now they are always slightly above the home position no matter what I do. Any suggestions on how to get this resolved? I have been trying to find a solution but am having a hard time. The only thing I can find is that it could be a relay that is inside the fuse box and that is nonreplaceable. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  6. Today I got a warning on the dash telling me that my oil level was low. This happened to me a couple times before. It seems to happen once I have around 30% oil life left. I had read that it could be caused by the cylinder deactivation so I bought that Range device. I put it on with my last oil change but it hasn't seemed to have helped. The dip stick is almost dry when I check the oil. I haven't seen any leaks. Any ideas?
  7. Easier than I thought. I drilled holes in the corners and used a cut off wheel to connect the dots.
  8. I see what you mean. I had to put them there because of the bumper brackets on the back and because that is the flattest spot I could put them.
  9. I would recommend flush mount cubes. I use them everyday to hook up to a trailer. I bought them from superbrightleds.com with a harness. Only issue was that I had to extend the harness to get it to reach.
  10. For anyone wondering, yes, it is possible to have a headache rack, a tonneau cover, and a toolbox all at the same time! I just finished building this rack and it works great.
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