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EXSlider400

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About EXSlider400

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    2018 Z71 Denali HD DMax

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  1. Full Delete mechanics

    +1 It’s too much trouble and for the gains it’s not worth it I mean there’s no return on investment like the previous engines. And has anybody had any real issues so far with the factory set up...other than spilling some DEF fluid under the hood.
  2. Full Delete mechanics

    If it was an LML sure...but not L5P. I have not even researched if it is possible but here is a link. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.duramaxforum.com/forum/2017-l5p-duramax-powertrain/993511-anyone-deleted-their-l5p-yet-2.html%3famp=1
  3. Does anyone know of the new Allison transmission has the “auto” for the 4wd and if it is a sealed unit?
  4. Chevy vs GMC

    The New 1500’s and HD’s are larger in every physical way. Every new model truck just gets bigger and bigger heck the Canyons/Colorado’s look as big as my 2007 1500 now. Did you mean X31, Because that’s GMC’s Z71 now.
  5. Parts for sale

    McGaughy's 33200 ?
  6. Michelin Agilis Crossclimate tires

    I go by the manufacturer specs usually...but in this case they are not consistent. Worked in a tire shop in my younger years and the 51.74 seems correct, but have learned never to assume.
  7. Michelin Agilis Crossclimate tires

    I would like to know to, here is the site I looked at. The site you shared does say 51.74 pounds. https://www.michelintruck.com/tires-and-retreads/selector/info/agilis-crossclimate
  8. Michelin Agilis Crossclimate tires

    Upon further research....Never mind because these are more than twice the weight of the factory tires. So still looking for an all weather LT tire...may have to go with Grabber A/TX. https://www.michelintruck.com/tires-and-retreads/selector/info/agilis-crossclimate
  9. Anyone have or seen reviews on these? I will probably stick to the OEM size LT265/60R20. I know they are load E and are “All Weather” so basically an all-season plus the 3PMSF (3 peak mountain snow flake) ratings. I have been waiting for these because although the Defender LTX M/S has great reviews, is not snow rated. Just for an informational purposes, they come in 2 two different tread patterns. One that looks similar to the defender (LT for load range E) for heavier loads and higher PSI and one in a V shape (load range C) for lighter loads and lower PSI. I am looking at the LT.
  10. Newb... to this forum anyway.

    Welcome.
  11. Did they say why they voided the warranty.
  12. The 2014 1500 had an issue with them going out (mine did at 60k) but gm fixes it later on but can’t retrofit the fix...may have been 2016 when it design was fixed by factory? I would look on the 1500 forum for a/c issues as it is very common. I was pissed as it went out in the summer and supposedly the compressors were on backorder.
  13. Mountains2Metal, and an amber LED light on the lower grill as a backlight.
  14. Exhaust brake operation

    Deceleration is not as smooth with it turned on and you may not need it for every trailer.
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