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  1. This happened in my 09 corvette, however it was the leather wrap on the dash was peeling. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. 6.2 GM Performance Borla Exhaust WITH Tips

    Bump still available reasonable offers won’t be refused Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Goodyear Duratracs worth it?

    If you see snow check the falken Wildpeak AT3W. I have no snow but do great in some mud and heavy rain here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 8 speed 3.42 max tow Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Was kind of in the same bot a few months back. I tow a 7,000 lb flat deck 24’ trailer with a race car and several sets of tires through the smokies. I wound up with the 6.2 1500 and it tows beautifully. Granted, this is my wife’s DD - and she was not quite comfortable with the 2500. It sees about 15-20 miles per week, and tows maybe 3500 miles a year. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. My last tow trip was 700lb tongue weight plus a bed full of track gear, set on a Friday and returned the following Friday. It fluctuated between 47-50 when i had them set to 50 just like tires. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I have not, i installed in November, and check them weekly. I keep them at 7PSI and on real cold days they’ll be down to 5. I would crank them up to 70 and do a 24 hr check. If they decrease more than 4-5psi you may have a leak. No issues here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I’ll look into the firestone one. The wirelessOne from airlift seems pricey and has iffy reviews Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Yep. The license plate bolts are easy just pop the plastic piece out. I used the second valve on the other side so it looks the same. Actually had them plumbed separately at first but they didn’t get along with each other (one side would be half an inch to an inch lower at the same pressures. Airlift suggested for towing just plumb them together. Equal load. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Agreed it’s really overkill unless you’re using it every day. I tow once a month and thought about getting the wireless one system but 350 bucks is a decent amt of coin for something that will barely get used. I’ve read a few reviews stating the manifold leaks at time too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. License plate bolts Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. 6.2 GM Performance Borla Exhaust WITH Tips

    Bump. Still available Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. 6.2 GM Performance Borla Exhaust WITH Tips

    Thnx just responded with my cell number Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. P Metric or LT?

    I went through this same thing on my last truck, Ram 1500. All you hear over on that forum is "if you tow, you NEED need need an LT rated tire. I got some, my mileage decreased by about 4 in the city and 3 on the highway. They were heavier tires for sure, they rode like crap unless you put them down the 32 PSI, which at that point they were far under inflated and the sidewalls were all mushy with no steering feel. I went back to an XL P rated tire on that truck and swore I never would get an LT tire on another 1500. Now with my Sierra 1500, I tow an 7000-8000 lb car trailer with XL rated 275/55/20 Falken AT3w's and they handle it very well. No sway or wallowing, and very sure footed. Much nicer than the OEM tires did. I did a lot of research as to the why of this, and found quite a bit of information. There's a lot of misguided folks out there that think LT tires are much better all around, but really only if you have the truck that needs that load range. Even at our max capacity, we do not need anywhere near the capacity of a fully inflated E rated tire (nor would we want it, we'd be heavily overloading our axle GAWR). Here's a post from my last discussion about this. I think the common misconception about LT tires around these forums is that they will hold more weight at any given pressure. Which, is not the case. If you look at load inflation tables, a typical 275/60/20 LT will hold about 3600 lbs when fully inflated at 80 PSI. Which most trucks (1500’s) won’t even get near or they’d be riding like a buckboard on a diving board.LT tires on a 1500 need to be inflated to around 50psi (refer to a ram rebel that come with an LT tire stock) but at that PSI an LT tire actually carries less weight than a properly inflated XL rated tire. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. iPhone XR Wireless Charge

    My iPhone8 fits perfect with a case... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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