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  1. Readylift site should recommend the max tire size if you find the product for your truck. The trail boss will clear larger tires than my AT4 bc of fender shape. I have 20x10; -18 offset and I lightly rub in the front fender along the mud flaps surface. But that’s with a 275/60/20 tire. The rim would be better with a 295+. That would require pulling the mud flap back against the frame. CustomWheeloffset.com helps too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. I’ll be interested in how it handles my aftermarket exhaust specifically. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. I’ve seen several comments about the Auto-Stop light not turning off. From how my other devices work on other brands, that is not how it functions and shouldn’t expect the light to turn off. What they usually do is it “trick” the truck into thinking it is not in the correct state to allow Auto-Stop. For example: - not warmed up to temp threshold, - heavy accessory load, - hood opened before start, -etc. The light doesn’t have to turn off. The Auto-Stop system is still running, just not allowed to activate. (Except in whatever scenario they’re missing because it’s only 99%). // I’ve been waiting for a Range Disabler to come up for my 2020 5.3L 10 speed. When I originally asked about the 10speeds - bc the 6.2L 10 speed says not compatible - I was told the 5.3L 10sp aren’t either. I see now that there has been a filter added that actually says the 5.3L do work. Probably just had a rep that didn’t know, because the compatibility note hasn’t changed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. Very nice! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  5. Looks great. I think I might see if I can get some painted black to match. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  6. Very useful info. I might tinker around soon. I wonder what other mods like this you are thinking? I’m interested! I did a lot of these on my Acura back when. One thing I miss is the tailgater switch. Any idea of how to get the reverse lights and/or cargo lamp on while driving? I used to use this with my lowered Acura for people that tailgated. Had mega bright LED reverse bulbs in and they would back right off when I did it. Especially the lifted trucks trying to be cute. [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. Nice job on the wrap! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. Picked up some dirt cheap 20x10 Fuel Coverts with TPMS installed. Had to pull some burnt tires off. Before I committed to mount and balance or buying new Duratracs (305/55/20), I wanted to check fitment. Measured ahead I knew the rim would fit. Got clearance numbers. Knew it might be tight already with my stock 275/60/20 Trailrunners (33”) Rough rim measures Backspacing: 4-7/8” Front spacing 6-3/8” Got them used, but my math says -18 offset, which matches online. Mounted one Trailrunner up on the rim for a test. I would prefer to just burn up stockies before going to buy a new set. Though they are a bit narrow leading to a round vs square look. But this also gives me more clearance. Problem: My 275/60/20’s are contacting at full turn on the rear part of front well at the mudguard. Very slightly. Looking for solutions. 1. Trimming might give me some room, but not sure how much I need. It’s seems to be a fairly slight rub. Letting it melt might be ok. This would fit my 275. I imagine going to 305’s this is not going to be enough(?). 2. Minimal lift - like the ready lift SST 2”. Would this get me enough room to clear 305’s guesstimating? I’m sure it would clear up the stocks 33’s - just not a fan of balloon tires, though I may be stuck with them for now. - problem with sst is they say no good for AWD. Weather is so variable here that it’s worth to have. (+6C to -12 etc daily, dry patches in sun, ice over night, snow in shades. It’s a real cluster.) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Looking to add some security to my 2020 AT4. It has remote start and I’ve linked Onstar and Cell phone connectivity. What is missing glass break, tilt, shock sensors. I’m primarily concerned with glass break as that is all the rage right now with teenagers in my city. I talked to my local custom audio/alarm/starter shop that has done my work previously (Viper reseller). They tell me because there is a factory remote starter, it would set off the aftermarket alarm anytime I tried to use the factory remote start. - so that means I need to install a whole new alarm / starter / cellular kit, and ignore the factory one. I prefer the integration of the factory unit, I just want the added security for at least glass break. Anybody successfully install an aftermarket system without issues, or added sensors to the factory alarm on a 2020? Maybe viper won’t work, but compustar etc? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. 2020 AT4 with power fold mirrors. I just asked about this too bc my driver mirror is shaking like mad at highway speeds or windy days. They already replaced the mirror once. The dealer’s service advisor said the power folding/extending tow mirrors won’t work. Only the manual fold tow mirrors. Of course, we know this is not always the actual case, just what the book directs to say to customers. I’m curious about the harness in there - though power extending feature would need a button/relay to work - so there’s that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. That’s a bit better to hear. Though for longevity of parts (I tend to keep my vehicles for 8-10 years) loud clunking tells me I’m going to have some significant wear/damage by that point, because let’s face it, loud clunking/ticking means parts contacting harder together. My main worry was my in-law’s Ford had the same issue that they finally dealt with 3 weeks ago. Dealer ended up dropping him a new engine with only 4 weeks left on warranty. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  12. I have this exact same thing. Same mileage. AT4 5.3L. I couldn’t watch the video, won’t open, but it’s definitely the same as my issue. Dealership told me it “may” be the fuel pump. In their words, the sound “could be” within tolerance, but GM is not willing to investigate unless it gets worse because chasing a sound could be very expensive and labour intensive. “You have a lot of warranty left, I wouldn’t worry about it yet.” Apparently there is some sort of bulletin that suggests the sound “could” be normal. It’s loud and irregular, and more and more noticeable when as the weather gets colder. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  13. Thanks for the replies! Helpful to hear it’s an issue with the truck and not me : |. I’ll probably use some vhb or Velcro to keep it removable in case I need to tinker. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  14. Either I’m incapable of putting my seatbelt on or GM is messing with me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  15. Trying to sort out a problem, seeing if it’s happening to anyone else. For some reason, my seat belt cover - plastic piece at the top in the B pillar - frequently pops off whenever I put my seat belt on. Or occasionally while I drive, if I lean forward, shrug, reach, it silently pops off and sneaks its way down to my shoulder so it can poke me in the face when I shoulder check. Being a real turd. Anyone else getting this? Nothing looks broken. It appears that it naturally doesn’t snap in, just sort of rests in place. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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