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  1. Leave it stock Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. The OP is on to something I think. We have a 2006 and 2007 chevys and never had a problem with rodents. Every winter since I bought my 2015 squirrels have been trying to nest in the engine compartment. GM must have installed some sort of Pied Piper software in their new trucks to force us to by new ones..... Or maybe it’s automotive espionage and Ford and Ram are trying to get rid of GM. We have the stories that GM is down to 3rd in sales.... We all better put out armadillo hats on we are on to something here... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Mine has 180k and never had a fluid or filter changed until 175k. A tiny bit of metal in the filter, but the pan was clean. It doesn’t tow very often. I’m curious how long the trans will last. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I think GMs shity marketing has a lot to do with it. I don’t watch a GM and think boy I want to own one of those... bring back Hartbeat of America. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I bet it was a car that hit it maybe a semi. Whatever it was it low mostly getting the hitch. It could have been the hood heaving up or the cowel that got the tailgate. He could have backed into a low wall at a higher rate of speed maybe. My buddy had similar damage on his 2500hd when he was rearend at +50mph by a car. Very little damage to the bumper and none to his bed, but his hitch was straight down. Plus it tore his frame. It takes a ton of power and traction to bend the frame on a truck pulling something. Even if that was the case how did the tailgate get damaged? The hitch is just bent down to far for me to think this is the case. I'm not even sure the frame is bent in between the cab and bed. Thats where it bends when your pulling hard. The truck looks to be sitting pretty level, so maybe the the frame bend by the hitch pulling the bed down in the back We will likely never know what really happened.
  6. Donstar is right , but I like the leather scent. So I use leather conditioner on all the soft surfaces. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Truck was rear ended. I’ve seen it several times. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Lol cameras are a tool and just like any other tool we are all going to use them differently. How they chose to use them doesn’t make them an less qualified to pull a trailer knowing when they’re over their head does. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Mine never budged from 0. Now it’s flat as can be here other then overpasses, but even on those it don’t change. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. That actually didn't work it's the same thing as hitting the button on the dash. Every time I restart the vehicle they come back on. I'm willing to unplug them or cut the wiring if it doesn't set some sort of check engine light
  11. Thanks I knew it saw it somewhere but I can remember where. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. 2015 LTZ I’m tired of having to turn off the parking assist every time I restart the truck. Is there a way to turn it off and keep it off? I do excavation for a living so I’m always driving through fields of dirt and grass. The sensor is driving me insane going off constantly if it’s on. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. I’ve never felt that performance pad are worth the money. Your truck weighs three times as much the cars up driven in the pass. I don’t care what pads you put on it’s going to take more petal pressure to stop. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I would just buy “new” wheels. The chances of finding those wheels are slim and even slimmer to not end up buying a set. You can pick up a set of nice stockers or H2 wheels for $400-$600. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I don’t know on these newer trucks, but the older ones you had to get a new switch from a US truck and have your BCM reprogrammed. The hard part is getting the right programming. You have to know someone that understands what you are trying to do and knows or is willing to find the right programming for you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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