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ChriZ71

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About ChriZ71

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    Jennings
  • Location
    NorCal
  • Drives
    2020 LT Z71 All Star

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  1. 2nd this recommendation. I listen to a lot of terrestrial radio (both AM and FM) and get same reception as OEM with this antennae.
  2. Quick reply from someone who has a very limited understanding: Auto runs RWD but activates front if senses slip. There is always "some" engagement with the front which will potentially lead to premature wear (and less gas mileage?). In general, no need for Auto in the conditions you describe. Use 2wd for dry pavement, Auto for Rain/Snow type conditions on pavement. You said know about 4wd hi/lo.
  3. Mine was improved slightly with this TSB. The super-bright washed out screen at night in reverse is "better" now but still a crappy camera. When I went to the dealer (for an oil change) I asked for this and they said have never seen the TSB but to let them know if it works because they had a lot of people complaining about the backup camera at night. MC-10180311-9999.pdf
  4. Love my Lomax pro trifold. Doesn't do the final flip towards the glass, but it has a better trick. Just a quick strap pull and can easily remove/reinstall whole top when needed. Look it up, is a great cover.
  5. Expectations: Gets me to work and back - Check Efficient errand runner and dump runs - Check Up to six people (5 comfortably) and luggage/bikes for family vacation - check Handles camp site and fire roads - check Never had dreams of wheelin the wheels off. Just wanted a comfortable ride that can handle family duty. Honestly, with the tonneau, I kinda think of it as a big comfortable sedan that has 4wd and a huge-ass trunk.
  6. I used this with no mod needed, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07X4Y3GTZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  7. Dunn, What engine is your Elevation? If it is not an oil burner, you got me beat for sure.
  8. Yeah, I'm bored. Who can top my gas mileage? This was coming DOWN the hill from Tahoe on a cold Winter's night. Truck is a '20 LT Z71 5.3L 8AT 20" wheels.
  9. Yeah, like the hitch cargo/bike carrier quite a bit. I see myself using it fairly often when want to carry 4 bikes and keep the tonneau cover on. With the tailgate pad on could only fit 3 bikes on the hitch carrier because of the tire overhang.
  10. Was told by my better half that I will need to transport up to 9 bikes on our multi-family vacation. About 600 mile round trip to Yosemite and back. Went without a hitch. Ended up with 7, but could of gone 2 more in a pinch. If interested, got this 2-1 cargo carrier which worked out perfect for the job. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004RFKBEO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  11. My dogs are back there a lot. I got the full coverage mats because of this. Honestly, makes little sense to clean them when the dogs dirty them up quick. For me, I just take a rag and cover the door hinges (keep grit out) then use the leaf blower.... bam.... 10 second job.
  12. Look at this video to learn how to change from always hot to Accessory. Super easy, just move the fuse one over. Not sure on anything else other than no-go on OEM brake controller. Will need 3rd party.
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