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  1. Hi there Before the oil change. I have never seen this message come up ever. This was the first. I have used valvoline since owning the truck making sure each oil had the dexos. I change my oil when the indicator gets to 20% on the dash. The message came on at 54% on the oil life.
  2. Got hit with this last week. Sure enough checked my oil and it’s right at the end of the dip stick is this going to be common from here on out with my truck? 2015 5.3. Has about 73k. I do not have a catch can. The truck is tuned. Has an intake exhaust etc. if anyone cares. I did not so recently changed from 0w-20 to a 5w-30. Being as I’m in SoCal and it’s warm here so I wanted a little more protection. Is this an issue that caused the low oil? Should I go back to the 0w-20? thanks!
  3. Same driving as usual, about 12 miles of 45-50mph on a freeway every day. The ONLY thing that changed from this oil change from all others was i switched from 0W-20 to 5W-20... That couldn't have made a difference??
  4. I have the one in the screen. I have reset it plenty of times before and it goes down about 1-2% each day i drive. How can it still be at 97% after 3 weeks of driving. Then shoot back up to 99%??
  5. Okay guys I have the weirdest issue. I did an oil change. Maybe about 3 weeks ago myself. I reset the oil change interval light and let it be. Well about 7 days later I checked the light and it only went down to 99%? I thought that was odd would be a little lower I think. I let it be. Check it again 2-3 days later down to 97% okay cool it’s moving. I check right now. It’s at 99%???? Wtf
  6. I have a K&N cabin filter.. Thanks for reminding me i gotta clean it haha ive cleaned it i think twice now since owning it since about 25k miles. At 69k now.
  7. My truck now has front and back upgrade sway bars. Front is a 38mm solid steel bar with poly bushings and upgraded links. Rear is an ADD ON 30mm rear bar as these trucks do not come with rear sway bars. No drilling, cutting or anything required. Simple bolt on. Looks like it in the photo, but it clears a full size 33" spare. Dramatically helped the truck is everyday driving. I dont feel like im going to fall out of my seat when taking a corner at 30mph, or even a simple u-turn. My truck is lifted in the front with a 3" lift spindle and a RC under strut spacer (soon to change once I get new shocks)
  8. Its been good! I actually just installed the front bar as well this saturday. That part is on the website, but not listed for a silverado. I confirmed it fits, but I did have to use some different endlinks and had to modify those. Front bar is a 38mm solid steel bar, Oem is 36mm tubular. The rear bar should be listed hopefully soon.
  9. This isn't a hellwig just to be clear, this is a Nolathane new rear sway bar. I was test mule for it. Its just 2mm bigger than hellwig and still 3 hole adjustable. Technically they dont have a front bar listed for a silverado but the 2015 Tahoe bar should definitely fit. Which is a 38mm. https://www.nolathane.com.au/product_detail_REV.php?year=2014&make=Chevrolet&model=Tahoe&trim=LT&part_number=REV003.0118
  10. Installed a rear sway bar The red looks sooooo good under the truck. Now I am not jealous of the TRD sway bars on the Tundras!! Feels really solid just driving around normal. I have it in the middle setting. Im going to purchase the front sway bar to match and the whole truck should feel solid even being slightly lifted Clears my full size 33" spare no problem. Air lift bags aren't in the way or anything. Everything fits great. The end-links are adjustable as well for higher lifted trucks, but these will only go up just a few MM more.
  11. Installed a rear sway bar The red looks sooooo good under the truck. Now I am not jealous of the TRD sway bars on the Tundras!! Feels really solid just driving around normal. I have it in the middle setting. Im going to purchase the front sway bar to match and the whole truck should feel solid even being slightly lifted Clears my full size 33" spare no problem. Air lift bags aren't in the way or anything. Everything fits great. The end-links are adjustable as well for higher lifted trucks, but these will only go up just a few MM more.
  12. Installed a rear sway bar The red looks sooooo good under the truck. Now I am not jealous of the TRD sway bars on the Tundras!! Feels really solid just driving around normal. I have it in the middle setting. Im going to purchase the front sway bar to match and the whole truck should feel solid even being slightly lifted Clears my full size 33" spare no problem. Air lift bags aren't in the way or anything. Everything fits great. The end-links are adjustable as well for higher lifted trucks, but these will only go up just a few MM more.
  13. here! https://www.amazon.com/s?k=cupholderhero+2015+silverado&ref=nb_sb_nosshttps://www.amazon.com/s?k=cupholderhero+2015+silverado&ref=nb_sb_noss my config was 2015 silverado, crew cab bench seat up front
  14. Installed maybe 1/4 of the cupholderhero stuff. There are so many pieces. So many cubbies in the k2 don’t pay attention to the crack in the arm rest
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