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Firearmjunky22

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  1. I’ve been having an issue with my 2014 where the driver side of my truck won’t blow cold ac. It blows ice cold on the passenger and medium on the driver. Both sides blow hot air without a problem. If I turn it to hot on both sides and slowly turn it colder, around 75 or so on the dial the driver side stops getting any colder while the passenger gets ice cold. I’ve found that sometimes if I move the dial all the way through the temp range on the dial I can get the driver side to finally blow cold. But even when I get it cold it’s still 10 degrees or so higher than the passenger. Driver side is 58 and passenger is 48. I just had the ac condenser replaced a month ago. Truthfully I’ve never noticed if the passenger side has been colder since the replacement or not as I don’t sit over there.
  2. That’s what I was thinking. I mean it’s only on startup so my theory was the sudden turn of the engine from a dead stop might be making the belt slip and once it starts up and runs there isn’t a sudden force to it. Could a pulley or tensioner do that too?
  3. Has anyone experienced this before? I can’t figure out where it’s coming from. It only does it at startup. Never makes the noise while running or anything only when the motor is rolling over. Most definitely is coming from the front of the engine.
  4. Are you referring to stock wheels in both scenarios or?
  5. Whatever the largest size is that doesn’t require a bunch of extra parts. Looking at just doing a spring spacer in the front and a block in the rear. Even with wheel spacers you think it will rub?
  6. I know this has been asked. And I can’t seem to find exactly what I’m looking for. But i have a 2017 Silverado that I’m going to be doing a leveling kit on. I want to get 33’s on the truck without rubbing. At first it will be on stock 18’s. Can this be done? Does it require wheel spacers? Is it even possible on stock wheels? I may also do a 275/70/18 which is a little skinnier than a 33x12.5
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