I had them on a stock '22 Trail Boss and they rubbed slightly at full lock. They're going to rub significantly more on a stock non-TB.
Sounds like a perfect time to buy one.
That front grill on the Custom is horrendous.
Okay, I'm stumped on this one. I bought a 2013 Silverado in January and the truck has ran great until the last two weeks. Symptoms are sputtering when accelerating and uphill, reduced fuel mileage, and general sluggishness. I started with the most simple (injector cleaner, higher grade gas, etc.). Now before taking it into the dealer (out of warranty by a month and a 1,000 miles), I went to check the fuse and relay to make sure there wasn't any obvious issues with those. After opening up the box and looking at the diagram, I was surprised to not find either a relay or a fuse where the diagram said they should be. Pics below. I'm super confused. Is there a reason why the relay and fuses are not located where they should be? Am I missing something? Thanks in advance for any help.
Woof. The comments in that article. Never ceases to amaze me at the mouth breathers that scream "they're going to a crosshair grille like Dodge," or "why's there an oval emblem on the front." It's part of the camo geniuses. Although the one thing I'll agree with them on, let's tone down the square wheel wells. When it was subtle on GMT400s and GMT800s, it looked fine. But if something doesn't change in the complete redesign in a few more years, they'll start looking like my 3 year old's letter blocks. Lol.
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