Update. I opened a case with GM, per my dealers instruction. They wanted to replace the camera module but GM would not give them the go ahead. I filed the case a week ago and a lady called me today, she basically just apologized and told me they still don’t know how to fix it. I told her that was not acceptable to me as I’ve been told the same story since February. She was basically just like, “I’m really sorry, sir but I don’t know what to tell you.” beyond frustrated at this point.
I have a 2019 RST and I have had issues with the backup camera flickering since about December of 2019. In February I had it in for an oil change and asked them to fix the camera while it was in. They said GM has recognized the issue but has not issued a fix for the issue yet. At the start of July I called back and asked if they could fix it yet. They said yes. They replaced the camera but it did not fix the issue. They reached back out to GM for help. GM once again stated that they have recognized the issue but do not have a fix!? Anyone else run in to this? Any suggestions?
I spent hours researching what wheels would clear the calipers. I finally quit wasting my time and simply started emailing the manufacturers.
Thanks for the input guys. I have actually been kicking around the idea of swapping my 2” blocks for 1.5”. I like a little rake in my truck but the 2” block is a little too much for me. knowing superlift uses that shock for a 1.5” block should work out perfectly
I am looking to replace my factory rear shocks with a set of bilstein 5100s. I’ve added a 2” block to the rear and for the past few months have been fine with a 2” shock extender. I recently added a set of larger tires and now want to upgrade the rear shocks. According to Bilstein they only make a rear shock for 0-1” of lift for our trucks. Part #24-293471 (15.71”-24.93”) so - my question is... can I simply find a bilstein shock that is roughly 1” longer than the one they make for our trucks? part #24-186742 seems like it should work at 16.14” - 26.15”
Wanted to update everyone. I threw on a set of extenders from motofab for now, as the factory shocks have less than 5k miles on them. I can definitely tell a difference in the rear end after adding them. Thanks for all of the suggestions.
I installed 2” lift blocks in the rear of my ‘19 RST and would like to add longer shocks to go with them. I saw rough country makes a rear shock for 0-3” lifts, but I want to make sure I get something good for my everyday driving.
Purchase was from Labor Day weekend. 2019 Silverado RST, 4wd, 5.3, convenience 1 package. MSRP was $46,975 I paid $33,352 before TTL fees. (Discount is from rebates and additional negotiated off price. No trade in involved) Dealer made me finance for 3 months and then I can pay the loan off. That was 29% off MSRP Jake Sweeney Chevrolet in Cincinnati, Oh.
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