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About stadt11

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    www.LMGTFY.com
  • Birthday 06/03/1981

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    Central Iowa
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    Male
  • Interests
    Cars, Trucks, Snowmobiling, Networking, Fixing other people's computer problems
  • Drives
    2016 GMC SierraHD SLT 6.0L Crew Cab

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  1. I had these nice WeatherTech No-Drill Mud Flaps for a year on my 2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD and decided to go a different route. Complete set, both front, both rear, non-dually WeatherTech part numbers 110036-120036. *** Please verify fitment, thank you. *** * MAKE OFFER * (they retail brand new for $75)
  2. I recently purchased this Magnaflow 12909 3.5" muffler for my 2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD 6.0L gas crew cab. Cut the stock exhaust off right after the rear weld before the stock hanger. I purchased an intermediate pipe (36.5" long from face of flange to end of pipe) so this center-in/offset-out muffler would fit perfectly. I only put on about 100 miles with this exhaust installed but I decided to go a different route so this muffler, two (2) 3.5" stainless band clamps, and 3.5" intermediate pipe are now for sale. $200 shipped to lower 48
  3. If your truck won't do a burnout, then you must have too much in the bed. Not sure why you want to do it, but you first have to disable traction control and stability control, power brake it, mash the gas, the tires will slowly spin then they'll roast the tires.
  4. Yeah I was bummed too, but glad it went out before powertrain warranty expired. I noticed it wouldn't shift out of 4th one morning driving to work, pulled over, shut off truck, and then continued on way to work as it shifted normal. Drove home just fine in afternoon. Next morning, same thing, but this time wouldn't go past 3rd. Took it right to dealer, they didn't say cause of the failure.
  5. My torque converter went out recently at 45k
  6. Hey Mike, Great info. My issue was only observed b/w 60-70 until it was fixed. How would you go about reprogramming this, can it be corrected via Custom Tune or more specific physical component? My issue hasn't come back (yet), I'm at 37K. Andy
  7. Got the truck back today, issue was a worn idler arm, replaced under warranty and steering is as tight as expected.
  8. Yes, adjustment screw, I took it in today so we'll see what they find. I didn't notice if it was backed out at all, it wasn't marked.
  9. Sad to say, 18k miles after getting PIT5501F done, my steering is loose again Going to make appt to get it done again, or is there a newer update to this?
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