2009GMC replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomBut in China buck is killing it!
2009GMC replied to Schmoe's topic in 2019 Engine, Driveline, & ExhuastAnyone have pic of internal of stock muffler? I went to a magnaflow stainless 14909. Love the sound and can’t hear any v4 difference while in the cab.
2009GMC replied to Dersch's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraSorry to hear that! If all else falls through, you can get a lot of it out by using a kit like this. I have restored 20 year old paint with fairly deep scratches with their compound and the polisher wheel attached to a drill. It takes a lot of time to do it correctly. Search paint correction on youtube for methods. https://www.amazon.com/Meguiars-G55107-Action-Power-System/dp/B00A4ABF8W/ref=sr_1_5?hvadid=77790510027503&hvbmt=be&hvdev=c&hvqmt=e&keywords=meguiars+ultimate+detailing+kit&qid=1552914213&s=gateway&sr=8-5&tag=mh0b-20
Only thing I’ve herd about ford v10 was they loved sucking ⛽️. Not very impressive on power but I thought they were fairly reliable and better overall engine than the dodge truck v10.
2009GMC replied to f8l vnm's topic in 2020 Chevy Silverado HD & GMC Sierra HDThe T1XX HD is larger in every aspect compared to K2xx HD. Yes, interior space improved but the truck is now taller, longer and wider. I wonder if fuel economy will be less than K2xx, like how people reporting in the half ton T1xx are getting less mpg than their K2xx. Glad GM didn’t downsize the fuel tank in the HD like they did in the LD.
The T1XX HD is also larger in every aspect compared to K2xx HD. Yes, interior space improved but the truck is now taller, longer and wider. I wonder if fuel economy will be less than K2xx, like how people reporting in the half ton T1xx are getting less mpg than their K2xx. Glad GM didn’t downsize the fuel tank in the HD like they did in the LD.
Here is how I understand it. auto 4wd engages front driveshaft. Truck is in 2wd until slip detected. Once slip detected, clutches in the transfer case engage to activate power to front drive axle. I assume you will wear the clutches a bit in the transfer case. Remember front axle cv shafts always are engaged, even in 2wd. Auto and 4x4 engauges front driveshaft.
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