Anyone else mounted BFGoodrich KO2's on their Silverado? We just had these delivered yesterday. 50% of our dual rubber strategy. KO2's for winter/off-road and something else on our Chevrolet Performance 22's for the summer and highway. We stayed with the stock sizing the 20's. 275/60/R20 We LOVED the KO2's on our 2011 Sierra. It made the truck look so mean. I'll post after photos in a few weeks when we get them mounted!
I've finally assembled all of the tools I'm going to need. Now I just have to find a day to do it. Axle Nut socket, new electric impact gun, a dead blow hammer, and a swivel impact socket for the bearings.
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No, that's exactly what I was looking for! Thank you! You have to take off the axle nut first, then the bearing bolts to get to the dust shield. Thanks everyone, this is super helpful.
I'm about to install the Chevy Performance Brembo Brake Upgrade on our Silverado. Has anyone else installed this kit? Anyone thinking about it? At first glance, it seems pretty straightforward. After reading the manual, however, I'm realizing I need to take the front wheel bearings off to access the dust shield. Other than that, it seems to be a easy rotor/caliper replacement. Big thanks to @RyanbabZ71 for recommending a great brake bleeding tool! The front set is a true six-piston caliper. The rear calipers are stock calipers painted red to match the fronts. The size increase on the front rotors is significant. I'm gathering the tools I'll need right now. Hopefully I can tear into it next week. I expect the entire process to take me at least a whole day and maybe two days depending on how it goes. Why so long? I'll be photographing and taking video of the entire process. Can't wait to share that with you all. Check back in this thread for progress updates.
Thanks! Sounds about right for the bolts that hold the bearing on. I appreciate your help. That would be so helpful! Thank you very much for checking!
So, we're about to tear into our 2019 Silverado 4WD and install the Chevrolet Performance Brembo Brake package. I thought it would be a pretty standard process. Take the old caliper/rotor off and replace them. However, that's not the case. There's an included dust sheild that need to be installed behind the wheel bearing on the front wheels. I guess I'll need to remove the bearing retaining nut and pull the bearing. So, two questions: 1- What size socket will I need to remove the front wheel bearing on my Silverado? 2- Should I rent a bearing puller or can I get the bearing out with basic tools? Thanks everyone! Obligatory Brembo Brake Package photo..
We installed the #ChevroletPerformance intake and exhaust on our 2019 Chevy Silverado Here's the link to our written review. The video we shot to go with it is embedded into this post below it. Enjoy! https://www.gm-trucks.com/full-throttle-review-chevrolet-performance-intake-exhaust-installed/
Our 2019 6.2L's auto stop isn't working for the second time. The first time our dealer replaced the battery and the auto stop worked well for a few months. Then at some point in the last few weeks it decided to stop working again. We have a device plugged into the 12v outlet, so i'm curious if that may be the problem. I'm going to unplug it and see if anything changes. I'll also be looking at the voltage levels to see if it's high or normal.
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