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  1. After a time or two it isn't bad at all getting them in and out and back together. Other than that shopvac and wipe out like mentioned. -Grover67
  2. Did you get your Bilstein 6112 issue figured out?

  3. Maybe the previous owner did something to the exhaust also? Never noticed any exhaust ticking on mine at anytime I've had it. I do know that the A/C condensate does drip on the exhaust but never did notice any noise from it. I have had alot of comments from people saying they didn't notice it was a diesel due to how quiet it is. It does have a little growl if you're getting on it, as it should, but nothing I'd consider loud. Really like how it tows. Has no problem getting up to speed and cruises really easy. Buddy of mine has the 6.6 diesel and tried mine out was impressed how well it does and the mpg to go with it. Hope you get a chance to test drive a unmolested 3.0l truck to have a better perspective of it. Planned on going with 6.2 in the beginning of my truck search, just for the fun factor, but after seeing the reports on the 3.0l and then getting to test drive one decided I had to have it and haven't had any regrets from long trips to towing or regular usage. Fits what I use it for very well! Good luck in your search no matter what you decide -Grover67
  4. If you have winter blend fuel out there it will reduce your mpg also. Depending on how cold you get the louvers in front of your radiator will reduce it too, engine likes it warm and wants fuel. -Grover67
  5. LOL Or maybe using his mitts to soak up the drips....... -Grover67
  6. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/216705-rear-window-leak/#comments -Grover67
  7. Must of just of came out with it, I emailed Amsoil back in October and said they didn't anything for the GM 3.0l and didn't know when they would. Good to see another source -Grover67
  8. The sticker inside the driver door and pressure on tire is always rated/checked(cold). Like the others mentioned about the change in temperature the pressure will change accordingly. -Grover67
  9. Yep normal temps, it'll steady out more you drive it and temps stabilize. There is alot going on and if you get a chance read up on it on why there is fluctuations on how the cooling system works -Grover67
  10. Are those rear's rebuildable? If they were I'd went with those for sure, but didn't know about them at the time I got mine. -Grover67
  11. Hoped that snow line was a little more south yesterday, was over visiting my daughter in Grand Rapids and only seen a little slop there. I did the calipers with the G2 kit rather than spray. Easy to do, get extra brushes if you go this route. Did all of them with a couple of coats no problem. https://www.g2usa.com/ -Grover67
  12. Lol did the same thing today! Used the wrong funnel, didn't grab the long one like the one supplied for the DEF fill that was supplied from GM. Lesson learned....... -Grover67
  13. Got the Toyo's on last week. Rode good and as quiet as the stock Bridgestone Dueler A/T's that were on it. Stayed with the stock 275/60r20 that came on it. We had a good storm come through on Saturday and got to see how they handled the heavy rain and they did really well, tried to see if I could get them hydroplane but didn't. Didn't get the snow from the storm to try them in that. Hopefully they do as well. Happy with them so far -Grover67
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