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Lsgun1

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About Lsgun1

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    Massachusetts
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    2018 Sierra All Terrain

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  1. I have a full set of Fox and like the ride. I don't know what you'll actually notice just changing rears unless your current shocks are completely smoked.
  2. All of those prices sound steep. I'd do a a whole used rear end, it's easy enough to swap.
  3. They won't give you a new transmission, they'll top it off and say it's good to go. You can try to get someone to come out when you arrive and check the level with them so now they can't say "it was fine when we pulled it in"
  4. Hood latch is the common problem but it can be any one of the door latches too. Eventually it will show up on the dash.
  5. Wasn't there dyno sheets posted at one point that showed the air raid tube gave the best results?
  6. Aside from adding a drain they are a waste of money.
  7. Tell them you want all your money back or the lifters done for free since it was repeatedly misdiagnosed.
  8. Add the factory inside fender liners too so the wheel well doesn't get sandblasted. I take mine down one a year to clean up there and spray fluid film.
  9. Mines been off since 200 miles no issues. If it makes you feel better just turn it on once a year and drive around for a day.
  10. Why not test the fuel pressure instead just throwing a part at it?
  11. Have you changed plugs and wires ever? Start simple don't go replacing sensors, the computer picks up a misfire a lot faster then you do.
  12. I've driven a customers Jeep that the front driveshaft u joint was so frozen up the whole thing shook like crazy. Make sure to actually take down the shafts to check, not just for looseness.
  13. I see where you're coming from but frames are boxed now a days so unless it's done in a pristine environment and can't be fully submerged then moisture is likely going to be locked in. The backside of a panel is exposed so it can also dry. Also panels are typically treated in some way in a decent environment or dipped into some type of anti corrosive coating. Nothings perfect and it's all point of view or opinion.
  14. I'm on the NO side. Locking moisture in is bad.
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