Evening. I have the stock Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac LT275/65R tires on my 2019 LT Trail Boss and have about 41,000 miles on the vehicle. These tires when going slow speeds (under 50) are noisy as hell, but are OK when going interstate speeds of 70+. A few questions, at approximately how many miles do you generally replace the tires and does anyone have any recommendations on a tire that is more quiet? I love the look of the Goodyear Wrangler's and I have seen a few Trail Boss's where someone has replaced the tires (most likely because they hated the loud noise) with something a lot less aggressive, but they looked like crap. So in summary looking for something that looks as good, but a bit more quiet. Thanks in advance for the insight.
Morning. I have had this issue for a while and my truck has a little over 10k miles and the issue is not going away, so I wanted to get some insight on what this issue may be or if anyone has experienced. On a flat service this never occurs, but when I exit my driveway completely and get into the street, their is a slight embankment. When I switch from reverse to drive, and start to move forward, there is a jerk, cut-out or lunge is the best description I can give. I am not sure what could be causing this, but the only place I have felt this occur consistently is at the location I described above. I am going to take my truck in for service and wanted to describe this the best I can - will have to try to find some similar embankment to demonstrate to the dealership. I have already completed three oil changes myself, so that is the reason I have not been in sooner to the dealership. Now that I am at 10k miles, I would like to utilize my free maintenance tune-up to see if they can troubleshoot. Thanks in advance for any help.
This actually looks like a better choice: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004SMGAJ6?pf_rd_p=ab873d20-a0ca-439b-ac45-cd78f07a84d8&pf_rd_r=1ZK6WX3RAK0BW6CZVKGJ Also, the trailer for the Seadoo is a 2" receiver.
Afternoon. I am not towing anything heavy here, but I will be towing a 2020 GTR 230 Seadoo and was concerned about any potential issues with the additional height of the Trail Boss. I was looking to buy a CURT 45650 Multi-Option Hitch Mount: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0007LVD8K/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 Do you guys think this will be OK, or would I be better off going with the CURT 45799 Adjustable Trailer Hitch Ball Mount Black: https://www.amazon.com/CURT-45799-Adjustable-Trailer-Receiver/dp/B003AT4C2U/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=curt+multi+ball+d900&qid=1576008728&sr=8-2 to ensure I have a level trailer? Open to any other brand suggestions. Thanks in advance for the help.
I have a 2019 Silverado Trail Boss LT with about 8200 miles on and I am hearing a squealing noise right at the completion of a stop. The brake life sensor says about 20% on the front brakes and 40% point on the rear. The noise is coming from the front driver side. This seems way too soon for the need of new brake pad? I do a lot of city driving with frequent enough stops, but still seems a bit early. Anyone have any experience with this or would else it could potentially be? Also on another topic - In regard to the dealer, I was informed that I would receive 1 free oil change, tire rotation and vehicle inspection. I have already completed two oil changes on my own and do not want the dealer performing said service, but I was curious what was behind the vehicle inspection. Anyway, thanks in advance for the help.
So I am trying to find OEM windshield for my Trail Boss LT (No lane departure), but with the GM strike, the dealership and other vendors are saying they have no idea when they would be able to get the part . Any concerns with using after market? There was a thread that the correct glass is angled at the bottom and make sure you utilize that if its after market. Anyone else have any experience using after market? I really do not want to wait for this strike to end, the crack went from about 2 inches to 30 in the last few weeks.
I was driving down the interstate this morning and heard a rock hit the windshield. This rock must have hit just right. It went from about 3 inches to over 6 in a matter of hours. I checked a quote from safelite and the estimate was about 400 dollars for a new replacement. I have not measured the crack yet, but I am damn sure it is over 6 inches. Anyone replaced a windshield on a 2019 Silverado Trail Boss LT?
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