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da90

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  1. Looks better with the 22s but I am bias. I personally think there is hardly any difference in 20s and 22s. I personally think it’s all in the tires. My current daily next to my old truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. The mobile glass company said mine had been replaced and during that process they didn’t prep the glass correctly causing it separate. They also told me to expect to replace the glass because they couldn’t guarantee removal without damaging the glass. We were able to reuse the glass thankfully! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. Not on the same generation truck but I had a similar problem on 07 Yukon I owned. I was having the same issue in the same general area. The windshield adhesive had came loose. You said you weren’t sure if it was the original glass or not. Might be worth the $1-200 to reseal the windshield at this point. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. Does the cigarette lighter work? For some reason I remember someone telling me that the OBD2 and 12v socket are the same fuse. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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  6. 1.5 front with factory rear. 33/12.50/22. I am thinking I want to paint the fender trim. It hasn’t bothered me much until lately and I am thinking it’s time to get rid of the textured plastic. Next to my old truck at work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. The truck in question isn’t white. My opinion on aluminum accents is it clashes with the chrome. Chrome would need to be color matched to pull off black and aluminum wheels. That’s if you want to get picky about how I would build a truck no budget or time restraints. So yes to each their own. Must have hit a nerve with my black wheel comment. I never questioned the stares or complements your truck gets. Cool story bro..... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. Me personally..... First thing I would get rid of is the the black wheels. Every truck in OK looks like and has black wheels. The next thing I would do is swap the headlights and grill out for factory LTZ/High Country. It’s not a bad looking truck but definitely not for everyone. Like mention above factory appeals to the masses. Yet.... “there is an ass for every seat” statement is so true! Everything in my driveway is modded but I like factory or factory replica type modifications. Most aftermarket parts are cheesy IMO. All that being said without knowing and judging off the pictures I guessed 23k. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Do you have a part number for this? Edit:I found the part number. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. On my 2009 it had a slow filling issue. I ended up replacing the charcoal canister and fixed the issue. My canister had a oily residue that came out when I applied air. There was a interior filter and it had that same residue. That’s why I chose to replace since I already had it apart. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. The dealer just called and said my truck was ready. This is the second trip. The first visit was a new torque converter and basically a trans rebuild. Dealer said it was fixed. Drove it for 2k miles and still the same. Second set of tires and also new brakes. This time I told them I have a third set of factory 20s with 11k miles on them if they want to try another set of wheels and tires. I’m not letting them off the hook so easy. If I can’t get any action from GM my next stop will be a driveline shop also. All I can say is good luck! Lol On the plus side the did give me a 2019 to drive as a loaner. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  12. My 14 Denali is the same way. Sometimes it’s great sometimes it shakes really bad. Same roads. I just got my truck back from the dealership. I replaced the tires, pad, rotors and CV joints before taking it into the dealer. From my experience they will place blame anywhere they can. Perfect example they told me my new tires were the problem. I told them no it’s the exact same vibration as before new tires. They replaced quite a few parts in the trans and it still does the same thing. I just noticed they said my tires were starting to cup. The new tires didn’t even have 300 miles when I took it to the dealership. My old tires didn’t wear uneven or have cupping. Frustrating..... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  13. I came to ask the same question. Kinda funny it was the last post. I have tried to keep up with this thread and all the attempted fixes. I’ve thought about keeping weight in the back but I would drive me crazy knowing it’s not fixed. 2014 Sierra 6.2 4x4
  14. Replaced my battery and mine did the exact same thing. I am sitting at the dealer buying a AC condenser. Pretty sad to have all these problems out of a 60k mile truck! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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