DirtyAndy replied to EarlGrey's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsI’m liking the look of the Axial tail lights. Unsure of how they stand up though.
Put on Husky mud guards. Rear fitment is spot on. Front fitment is off just a tad, but worked out. No drilling. No taking off tires. Although I had to jack up the rear end at the hitch so my ratchet would clear the tire. All in all, not bad and I’m happy with how they look.
I’ve had my 2018 e-Assist for almost 2 months. Bought it with 3,200 miles. It now has about 5,800. Mine does the surging in reverse as well. I don’t notice the start/stop since my 2017 Malibu has it. Just change your habits a bit and it’s not noticeable. I drive two footed, so I tap the gas before I need to romp on it. Or throw it in L for your quick stops. I notice mine you can tell when it’s in gear from park and I’m totally cool with it. It’s a truck. Not a luxury vehicle. I want to know I put it in gear.
Another satisfied “customer”. Bought my 2018 about 6 weeks ago and noticed it hesitated during “hollywood” stops or in situations where minimal throttle is used. Didn’t think much of it until I noticed it in a few threads on here. So, this afternoon I stuck my head under the dash. Sure enough it flexed. Not as bad as others, but I’d guess about 1/4” or 3/8”. Luckily I had a cut up exhaust grommet laying around for my Harley and it fit perfectly under there and the difference was noticeable immediately. For those wondering, pictured below is the grommet I’m talking about. I cut it in half and cut the little “nipple” off and it was a perfect fit. Only cost a buck or two at any independent motorcycle shop that services VTwins. Cheers, OP! My truck drives normal now!
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