Jump to content

Dinner

Member
  • Posts

    93
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Name
    Kyle
  • Location
    Guelph, Ontario
  • Drives
    2018 RCSB Black Out 5.3L

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Dinner's Achievements

Enthusiast

Enthusiast (3/11)

48

Reputation

  1. You mean this? https://www.sharptruck.com/2019-2021-gmc-sierra-1500-finishing-caps-2-piece-front-of-rear-tire
  2. Let us know how this holds up. I want to do red Katzkins in my RCSB WT and want to the grey seat coverings in black afterwards.
  3. Out of storage, oil change, new lug nuts, detailed, picked up some new patio furniture and back into the garage as it's suppose to snow tomorrow.
  4. Sure there are more 20" options but I wouldn't say there's a limited supply on the 285/45R22. 35-40 solid options available
  5. I manage a large tire/auto shop and based on what you are after go with the Michelin Defender LTX MS in the stock size, highly highly recommend that if you want a really solid all season that is quiet and will last. If you want something a little more aggressive... 1. Nitto Terra Grappler G2 - Still a P metric so you would won't kill mileage and seem to be one of the quieter all terrain options. 2. Falken Wildpeak AT3W - Same deal as the Nitto, have had a lot good feed back on it. Some other all terrains I'd look into would be the new Toyo Open Country AT3 or the General Grabber APT. I don't have enough/any experience with these yet - just based on the initial reviews have been. But if you want quiet, comfort, longevity... basically the whole package. Go with the Michelin Defender. Hope this helps.
  6. What was else was needed to make this work aside from the new cluster and wheel? I'd like to do this to my WT
  7. I'm no expert but I would have to guess GM will not entertain the muscle off-road truck segment. GM just seems like they're on a completely different path from Ford and FCA. And if they do I would agree that it'll be too little and too late.
  8. The 3.6 V6 in the CT4-V Blackwing is not supercharged guys - it's twin turbo. It's the LF4 motor - same as what was in the ATS-V - a version of it (LF3) was offered in the CTS V Sport. I would guess GM doesn't use this motor in other applications cause it really doesn't seem like a "truck" engine. As it pains me to say I can't see GM putting either the LT4 or LT5 in any truck. Even the L87 seems like a stretch
  9. Are the spindles installed in that photo? The front looks stock height to me, with 2" spindles and shackles and block removed you should have some rake to the truck.
  10. Have you reached out to McG? I'd be very surprised if they wouldn't sell you replacements
  11. I've ran an elite engineering one on my 2018 5.3 since new and I'm blown away every time I do an oil change how much is in the catch can. I do an oil change every 4,000-5,000 KM
  12. Belltech 4/7 with 0.5" lift shackle. Only a few more drives before winter storage
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.