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billa9b0ng

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  • Birthday April 1

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    Bill
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    Central PA
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  • Drives
    2021 Silverado 2500

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  1. Make sure you put your wipers down before raising the hood
  2. I had my 21 in this week for the same thing and they ordered front and rear pads. Based on the other thread about the TSB and your post I am not overly optimistic.
  3. I would say MSRP + tax is normal around here. Has anyone noticed trade-in values dipping yet?
  4. I did but it was a 125 so it fit
  5. I went from a gas 2014 Ram 2500 (5.7L) to a 2021 6.6L gasser. I pull a Keystone Springdale 3030BH with similiar-ish weight as yours. I am more than pleased with the towing capability of this gas motor. I would estimate we camp 10 weekends a year and none of them are flat tows, mostly within 30-50 miles from home. The first time I towed with my truck last year was 120 miles one way with some good mountain roads, twists, and then more mountain. I was smiling the whole way, I never felt that I needed more power. I was considering diesel as well mostly due to availability at the time but I am more than satisfied with the gas motor and the extra money in my pocket.
  6. Heated steering wheel turning on with remote start is probably one of the things I am most happy about having so far!
  7. Since I wasn't able to order the truck I wanted I ended up with the Max Liner / Smart Liner from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MDDG86P/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_QB5EK74P1PQZAPZC8H7Q?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  8. It was a cracked high pressure fuel line , not much of a surprise but I wanted to close the loop here. It is going to be about a week for the part to come in.
  9. Yeah.... I crawled around for a bit trying to see if one of the connections was loose because I wasn't sure how much it was going to leak or when I could get an appt. I got one single drop of gas in the eye which was all the motivation I needed to make it not my problem. I booked an appt for 8am tomorrow at a local GMC dealer so it's now dripping on their lot...Nice to be able to do that online
  10. Has anyone seen anything on an issue with leaking fuel? I drove it yesterday and smelled gas in the cab. Today I smelled the same and I noticed it dripping after i parked. It is hard to tell where exactly it's originating. Help?!?
  11. How hard is this to do yourself? I imagine sills are easy but what about the hood with the scoop and contours?
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