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Big Whiskey

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About Big Whiskey

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    Central Illinois
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    2016 Silverado 2500HD

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  1. Glad you were able to fix it. And, you might want to find a new shop, haha.
  2. Yep, there's a lot of similarities between our trucks!
  3. Truck looks great man! Nice work!
  4. Yep, as you suspected, that bolt is not in the correct location. It should be in that little indention in the center of the key. What does your other side look like?
  5. A couple pics after doing some riding late in the spring. It’s great to have a truck that can haul 700lbs in the bed and not even know it’s there [emoji41] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  6. Since this thread is over 5 years old, I doubt you'll get a response from the OP. However, if you're asking about the 275/70/18 tires, yes they're just a bit over 33" tall.
  7. Yes, you'll be fine.
  8. As a general rule, you won't lose any MPG with a reasonable cat back or muffler swap. However, most people love the sound so much that they notice a drop in MPG because their driving habits change.
  9. I bought mine from www.sinisterdiesel.com, but they were Zone Offroad brand. A simple Google search for 2500HD shock extensions will yield all kinds of results.
  10. Lower your tire pressure to 50-55psi when not towing. Swap out the shocks for something better. Add sulastic shackles in the rear. That's about as good as you're going to get on a 2500HD without spending a bunch of money on a whole new suspension.
  11. Drove in 4x4

    You're fine. Lots of guys drag race on pavement in 4wd, which would put a lot more stress on things than just driving/towing normally.
  12. Mirror question

    Interesting. I wasn't aware of that!
  13. 20x9 with 305/50/20 combo looks good...

    Pretty sure those are 305/55/20, as the Toyo RT isn't available in a 305/50.
  14. Adding the Duramax/Allison option to an LTZ increases the price by $11,055, but then offers a $750 discount. So, the MSRP increase is still over $10,000.
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