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  1. Silver Ice metallic... First time I've had ceramic coating done on any vehicle I've had. Paint correction and ceramic coating done by a professional... 5 years of shine and protection! Took him 2 and a half days to do it which I was fine with after seeing the finished product. Like Mountain Boy already said...Worth every penny!!! The picture doesn't do the shine justice but I'm extremely happy with the end result and 5 years of protection!
  2. That's exactly what I was thinking! That the AAHD went to Indiana while the AAJF went South of the border to Mexico. Not much difference at all. Yes I do have the 2-speed transfer case and believe it comes with the Z-71 package that way. The non Z-71 RST's have the 1-speed case if I remember correctly. Do you know when your build date was?
  3. My Chevy RST-Z71 5.3, 8-speed, Crew Cab, 01/19 build date made at the Mexico plant has the AAJF one.
  4. I sure as heck hope the AAJF one is not for the 4cyl, or 6.2 or 6, 10-speed trans. Because... This picture was snapped today under my 2019 5.3 Ecotec3 / 8-speed RST-Z71 lol My truck shows that it was built 01/19 at the Mexico plant. Im still waiting on the build sheet with the RPO codes on it and assume it will have the "SU4" code for the American axle built one. Hopefully this helps
  5. Yes its located under the Truck. From the drivers side crawl under your truck and look for the drivers side tire (D.S.T. / Red Arrow in picture) half shaft going into the front differential. The sticker is between the skid plate and bottom of the front differential (Red circle in picture) Z06JPB posted a picture of the AAHD one. GM Part# 84557635 This is a picture of the AAJF one. GM Part# 84605752 The web site for the AAJF one GM Part# 84605752 https://www.bonanza.com/listings/New-Gm-Oemgmc-Sierra-1500-Denali-19-20-Silverado-1500-Front-Axle-Differential/755053294?goog_pla=1&gpid=341761184097&keyword=&goog_pla=1&pos=1o3&ad_type=pla&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIke-O-o2u5AIVCIzICh2ozQ8pEAYYAyABEgJ4ofD_BwE the website list this at the bottom and states that the AAJF one "Fits 2019-2020 new body Sierra pick up and Sierra Denali pickup with electric shift, #84605752 only!!" It goes on to state that they (GM) make 4 different axles... So maybe 2 of them are the American axle ones and the other 2 GM axles??? I'm assuming that the AAHD and AAJF ones are American Axles??? Anyone have a part # for the "GM" stamped axles? Hopefully this helps. They make 4 different axles so you MUST verify this info or it will not work! On the white sticker, the GM Part # is right there - if this matches, you got the right one: 84605752 - only! DO NOT GO BY VIN# ONLY - dealer did and got this wrong one! Hopefully this helps...
  6. You can get them... In the Middle East that is... https://plants.gm.com/media/me/en/gm/news.detail.html/content/Pages/news/me/en/2019/chevrolet/07-03-silverado-rst-trail-boss-regular-cab.html
  7. I had a 2015 LT "Shakearado" that would coat the interior with whatever drink you had in the cup holder at highway speeds. Got a new new 19 RST Z71 crew cab (Mexico build) 2 weeks ago... First thing I did was the "Coffee" test. Grabbed a large coffee with no lid from the showroom wating area and took a test drive. I went down the highway at all different speeds. Not a drop... I couldn't believe it coming from the 2015 Shakearado. 500 miles of mostly highway driving and no issues with vibration (knock in wood) so far. Definitely take the truck your looking at for a coffee test drive before you sign anything. You'll know right away if you've experienced the Shakearado feeling in the past. Hopefully this helps and good luck. I love the new one!
  8. My 2004 5.3 Silverado was doing this on a cold start up. When I first got into it in the morning to drive to work and after a 10 hour shift when I came out to start it to leave. The blue/white smoke would come out for like 5 seconds then go away. When I first noticed the smoke it was a small amount but eventually it was a huge cloud of blue/white smoke. Again only like for the first 5 seconds or so on a cold start up. I ended up replacing the PCV valve (Which was internal on the inside of the drivers side valve cover if I remember correctly) and the blue/white smoke went away on a cold start up. Apparently the PCV valve was acting up and oil would migrate to the throttle body area when the truck was shut off after driving (warm motor) to and from work. Then when i went to start the tuck up all that oil that pooled in the throttle body would come out as blue/white smoke. Now imagine all the flack I took from all the F-150 coworkers who would sit out and wait for me to start my truck after work and laugh their butts off. It was HORRIBLE!!! lol. Now I know these new T1's are a completely different set up then my 04 Silverado but maybe start there (PCV valve probably still internal on a valve cover / that's if these new 5.3's still have them?) Picture of the valve cover that I replaced on my 04 to show where the (left side of the picture) where the PCV valve tube hooked into that went up to the throttle body. Hopefully this helps and good luck!
  9. I saw in a video somewhere that on the T1 it is plastic to create a thermal break. So when you go to release the latch it not hot on your hand if the motor has been running for awhile but... Probably to save $$$ lol
  10. Pickup Truck talk did a video on YouTube called "2019 Chevrolet Silverado dynamic fule management demonstration" Hopefully this helps
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