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Digger3

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About Digger3

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    Alberta
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    '11 CTS4, '15 Denali CC SB

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  1. AC Delco / GM # 23342527 & since I paid under $20 per bulb in the Great White North you will likely pay 3/4's that in greenbacks.
  2. Cool, I discovered mine wasn't locking as well. I attached one tie strap so the head was in the corner of the plastic arm. Just enough room for the lock cylinder pawl to get past it. Thanks for the tip!
  3. double sided tape... http://oemdtc.com/25616/paint-chipping-on-front-lower-bed-corners-2014-2015-chevrolet-silverado-gmc-sierra
  4. There's quite a few pics on the web, for blue try googling 2016 G1K LTZ, 2016 G1K high country and look at the images. Just replace the RPO code in your search with the reds, Siren Red Tintcoat G1E, & Red Hot G7C.
  5. Very nice upgrade!! G1K is gorgeous. It can look so may different colors depending on the lighting.
  6. Not sure if you can visually spot the difference immediately, but 6.2 throttle bodies are larger than the 5.3
  7. OTC Stinger 2.5T jack w/ two pairs of 3T stands. Same quality as the OTC blue but with a little better price point and 2 year warranty. LIkely overkill for the typical gearhead, but I'd rather spend more money upfront and know my tools will perform during my lifetime and then some. Should be able to source through Grainger, Napa or your popular auto parts retaliers. https://www.otctools.com/search?search_api_views_fulltext=stinger
  8. ^^^agreed. You're looking at 8 hours labor plus parts to rebuild the old rear end. Being 2WD opens up options for ratios if you wanted to go higher/lower.
  9. Pull the steering column covers off, pretty good chance the wire are pinched & or broken....When my tow/haul button was intermittent on my 2000 I ended up splicing in 4" of extra wire where the break was and routed the wires away from any moving parts http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/24486-towhaul-switch/
  10. Were you able to finally get your issues sorted out Dan? Is your truck 2WD or 4WD? If 4WD what is the McGaughys # you installed?
  11. Thanks for the offer Dan, but I'll be alright! I figured you likely used something along the lines of what you listed above.
  12. I know the number of drive wheels doesn't affect lowering the rear. The only 2/4 kit I've seen was McGaughys for 2WD & was curious if someone had found a way to 2/4 a 4WD with MRC. I'd love to see what you used for adjustable links.
  13. Hmmm, not sure. The kit they list does include shock extenders & sensor rods. http://www.mcgaughystore.com/2015-gmc-sierra-denali-1500-2wd-4wd-2-rear-leveling-kit/ 2015 Sierra Denali 1500 2wd/4wd 2" Rear Leveling Kit This Kit Is Designed To Level The Rear Of Your 2015 GMC Sierra Denali 1500 2wd/4wd Truck. This will lower the rear of the truck 2". Includes- 2" Rear Drop Shackles Rear Ride Height Sensor Arms (Pair) Rear Shock Extenders Notes-Works With Magaride suspension I do personally want to drop & level out the rear, but at the same time want to add bags for w
  14. After reading Moto's post about the tow hooks, factory install was a no brainer. http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/152847-tow-recovery-hooks/ Here's mine beside my buddies for comparison.
  15. Those wheels are killer...much better then the black inserts!! There was a brand new set of takeoffs like yours for sale up here a week ago, $1500 for wheels, tires, & sensors. I wasn't fast enough to grab them & now it looks like the buyer is re-selling them @ $2700 !!
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