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  1. So you don’t need a stack of washers to center the caliper over the rotor? Just a regular washer on both bolts and that’s it’s?
  2. Anyone know what length spacers you need? How thick of washers and how many? Everything else has been discussed except that and I’m really wanting to do this upgrade on my nbs Sierra. Also do you reuse your factory caliper bracket bolts or the ones from the 2019 caliper?
  3. I went with a Dynomax Ultra Flo oval. Perfect sound imo. Out of the two you listed I would go with Borla. Flow masters sound like crap and drone way too much. It’s all up to you though.
  4. Just wanted to chime in and say covering the mesh screens makes a huge difference. I recently swapped my factory muffler out for a Dynomax ultraflow and deleted the flapper valve and it was still surprisingly quiet unless you really got on it. Those mesh screens work really at muffling the exhaust. Cold starts are pretty rowdy now haha.
  5. Does anyone know if the long tubes available for 2014 to 2018 models will fit the 2019/2020? Kooks is listing 2014- 2020 long tubes as the same. If this is the case that would open up a lot more options for 2019/2020 owners. Also anybody recommend some good stainless long tubes that were really popular on the 2014-2018 models that would work good for the 2019/2020 models?
  6. Add another affected truck to this list. Two days ago I finally discovered some water on the back seat of my 19 RST. Sure enough, I stood there and poured a bottle of water over the back of the truck and watched as the water poured in. I just stood there in disbelief. I walked around to the other side and did the same thing as water dripped on the inside. Immediately wondered how long it’s been this way and just how much water has gotten inside of the truck since I’ve owned it (Purchased Jan. 11th). Started researching and found this thread on the issue and read what some of y’all have already dealt with made me furious. I took my truck to the dealer I bought it from when they were finally able to see me the service guy walked up and said “back glass leaking water?” Unreal. I have a case opened up with GM and said they won’t be able to look at it until Monday. I could type a page explaining how I fought to get an acceptable loaner, but long story short for anyone else reading this DO NOT SETTLE FOR ANYTHING LESS THAN WHAT YOUR TRUCK IS CAPABLE OF. I was finally able to get 4dr 4wd RST just like mine that I NEED for work.
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