LLJ Customs supposedly has a plug an play harness to add a amp to bose system. I've never dealt with them only seen youtube vid so I cant say if it works or not. https://lljcustoms.com/store?olsPage=products%2F2014-2019-gm-bose-amp-t-harness&page=3
My 2015 Sierra. G5-R, CBI, Hylux 35watt. When you attach the bracket to the headlight there is a little play with the screw holes so my drivers side seems like it has to be rotated counter clockwise a little bit. Over all the light output is amazing. CBI's are a little warmer than my morimoto fogs, CBB's would probably match a little better. 25ft from garage door
I just go to the dealer for oil and tire rotation. Set up an early Saturday appointment and get right in. Wife and I will go out to breakfast or lunch and its ready when we get back and this way I don't have to deal with old oil and tpms. I'm getting older and my time is more valuable than the cost of the oil change.
My apologies if I hit a nerve, I never said it was a bad motor and if your happy with it fine. My point is when your pulling that much weight up 5% grade at 5000+feet having that extra power with the 6.2 is going to come in handy. Its not that it cant pull it its more that there are times when you know its working pretty hard and would be nice to have more power. Either way I like the monroes they are cheap and really help the truck handle the weight of the hitch. It doesn't bounce as much and feels more stable. The truck will ride a little stiffer and they did raise the back end up a good 1/2". The trailer I pull now is about as big as I'd want to go with a 1/2 ton and still feel comfortable. When you start modifying your truck to pull a trailer then its time to move on to a bigger truck.
I have a 2015 SLT Z71 crew cab with 5.3 and 3:42's. I tow a colman TT thats 32' long, 5600lb dry, 7600lb gvw, and 702lb tongue weight. I switched to LT tires, put on Monroe load adjusting shocks in the rear, and with proper hitch set up it tows ok. I don't think I'd want to go any bigger just because lets face it the 5.3 just doesn't have the power, 6.2 would be better suited. The 2500 will handle the weight better but the 6.0 is the weak point, your gonna be disappointed going up those hills. Out of those 2 choices i'd go with a loaded SLT, Denali, or LTZ with 6.2. As far as mpg's I get 9-10 when pulling on the highway.
Front end shot reminds me of the family truckster.
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