Ge0rge replied to sk's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraI agree. I have it in my truck as well, along with unlimited data, keeps everyone happy. It may be a bit pricey but I can swing it and well worth it should something happen to the family or myself while driving. I called OnStar and they threw me a discount, so I like the idea even more.
I have a 2016 Silverado 1500 LTZ Z71 with the 5.3L, typically driven 600 miles per week. I have 30k (70% highway) on it now and was wondering what interval everyone uses to keep the tranny in top shape. Just looking to be proactive, thanks for your input.
Can anyone provide some insight...? I have only 1/2" difference from the front to the back as far as stance, this is measuring from the top of the wheel hub (black logo cap) to the fender. I would like to go up a size in tires, to a possible 285/55r22. Can anyone tell me with a leveled Silverado with 22" wheels, tell me what the measurement is from center of top of hub cap to fender?
I currently have Bridgestone 285/45r22 on my 1500, but want to switch to Terra Grappler G2's in the same size. I would not mid having a 55 series tire to fill the wheel well more so, but have read mixed reviews on using anything above a 2" level lift as it can cause quick wear on suspension components, true? Not sure what kind of rubbing I would get with a 55 series tire with no lift. Also, what kind of wear is everyone experiencing with these tires. I drive typically 15 to 35k yearly, all mainly highway miles. Thanks for the input.
My sub amp has high-level inputs that were tied into the front speaker wires at the factory Bose amp. My sub amp also has rca pass though capability. I have a second amp and sub sitting in the corner and will install once I build my new custom enclosure.
Just had a 500w amp and 12" shallow sub installed (both Rockford Fosgate) and then tuned, it is incredible with the Bose system. Bass hits hard if I want or blends seamlessly. It all sounds so clean as well, worth it to have a shop do the install. It blew away all my expectations. I used a subthump box until I get time to build an enclosure I designed and used an aftermarket Bose harness to tie into the Bose amp. Not to mention it all looks stock.
Ge0rge posted a topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsFor those that have done this, what wires did you tap into on the amp? Following the many diagrams, they all point to tapping into the smaller wires going into the amp (I assume these are coming from the head unit???). I also notice people taping into the wires at the rear speakers which are larger. Which is correct? One would appear to be preamp signal, the larger ones post amp (correct?). I need to attach my amp via high level then out to the sub. Need a little help here, thanks in advance, I appreciate it.
Most OnlineNewest Member
Wall Sound Insulation
Who's Online 65 Members, 0 Anonymous, 486 Guests (See full list)
- '17 Sierra
- Sierra Denali
- Louis Migl
- Jiminy CriQet
- Gary Violette
- Mike Barber