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AdamAT4

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  1. The diesel won't seem any different from a small gas motor until you get -20 or less. Temps just below freezing is nothing to have even a slight concern of. I've ran my 6.7 cummins is -40, it started but took a long to to get warmish Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  2. I've heard they warm up quicker than the HD diesels, it's a small engine with much less metal to heat up. Just use a diesel anti gel additive and you shouldn't have issues. If you do just get a better battery. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  3. I'll be getting the ready lift as in Canada it's the cheapest I can get. I'm not going to be driving my truck like a Raptor or TRX so I'm confident they will be fine, all are better than stock at least. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  4. Its considerably faster if you skip the knee bolster. You have to take the whole radio out pretty much. Having a wire grommet or wire poking tool thing is a huge help. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  5. Soon as I hit the signal.. I also have my AT4 with every possible option. The ram and Ford can measure your trailer as well, I think this option is available on the 21s now. I just get the camera focused on my trailer, and I really like it. Haven't had a 8.5 width trailer hooked up yet but it all works beautifully on a 6 wide. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  6. Yep but they are commercial Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  7. Best option is to do this at a dealer. Talk to sales person and get a Vin of a truck that has it as factory, then go to the parts desk and order them under that vin. Dealers have a hard time ordering parts without a vin. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  8. GM online parts are always canceled, I got mine from a dealer no issue. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  9. Would be smart on GMs behalf to offer 10 speed on all trims/ engines and maybe just have a few low trim level 8 speed to compete with the ram classic which has been a hot seller because of pricing. If I didn't mind a jump seat and cloth interior I would of got one.. could of got 2 for the price of my AT4. Ford i belive only has the 10 speed now or at least XLT and up does. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  10. 10 speed is awesome [emoji108] can't believe Ram don't have one yet. I'll probably have my AT4 for many years to come Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  11. The GM only works along the bottom, and does not get the sides. If you don't drive gravel roads you probably won't get a lot of dust, or drive in dry snow. I get more dust and snow in the box than any other truck and its probably due to the multipro. I also gotta delete the rear exit exhaust. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  12. I need to figure something out... the bed of the truck gets dirtier than no cover at all Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  13. Id like to know what it would cost for 3.73s in these trucks... never did gearing on an IFS truck before. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  14. The 5.3 with 10 speed would be my pick as 87 fuel is cheaper and either engine is gonna burn a pile. The 10 speed helps a lot with towing. My cousin went from the 5.3 to the 6.6 HD. Towing fuel economy is about the same but the truck handles the trailer much better especially in winter. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  15. My 20 does that and has for almost a year... I just realized in a few weeks my truck is 1 Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
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