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quicksilverc5

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About quicksilverc5

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    South East
  • Drives
    Acadia Denali, Sierra AT4, Terrain, Corvette Z06
  1. 2019 GMC Emblem Installation

    Any GM Parts site.. Front and Rear GMC Emblem in Black for Vehicles with MultiPro™ Tailgate Part No. 84364354 Front and Rear GMC Emblem in Black (without the Multipro) Part No. 84364356
  2. factory subwoofer

    No, I used a metal coat hanger from the rear to pull the wire through. You can pull the charger pad off for more room.
  3. Level kit install

    Here is what I got from Readylift...Latest status was in the next week or so. Readylift BMC · a month ago No sir, we do not recommend stacking an aftermarket leveling kit with the factory Trail Boss/AT4 2" leveling/lift kit as you will eventually experience ball joint issues. We will have a AT4/TB version kit with new control arms with proper cup and pivot angles available shortly.
  4. 6.2, Performance Pack, Color Matched wheel arches, Tint, Tonneau, Black Badges, Ceramic Coated, K02s on Gloss Back GM Wheels...waiting on readylift kit for AT4 Readylift BMC · a month ago No sir, we do not recommend stacking an aftermarket leveling kit with the factory Trail Boss/AT4 2" leveling/lift kit as you will eventually experience ball joint issues. We will have a AT4/TB version kit with new control arms with proper cup and pivot angles available shortly.
  5. factory subwoofer

    Looks nice. I modified my storage to fill in the rest of the space.
  6. factory subwoofer

    3M Double sided tape, line runs under the center through riverside and to the rear.
  7. factory subwoofer

    You should check your battery connection at least in 2 places... 1. Did you re-seat the negative battery correctly and tighten it 2. Did you wire the Pos line to the right fuse set? See My Pic. Third thing is did you splice into the correct wires on the passenger side or damage one while removing the insulation?
  8. 2019 GMC Emblem Installation

    275/60/20...pretty much standard size.
  9. 2019 GMC Emblem Installation

    The wheels are the gloss black wheels that normally come on an elevation. But I have BFG K02s instead. RD3 Wheels, 20" x 9" (50.8 cm x 22.9 cm) Black gloss painted aluminum 2019 Wheel RPOs attached 2019 Wheel RPOs.pdf
  10. You can order the pieces from Invisiblemask and do it yourself. you can order just what you want. The hood cover is pretty straight forward and they provide the installation tools as well.
  11. 2019 GMC Emblem Installation

    Well there was an earlier post that said all you had to undo was the top bolts to remove it. I removed the entire font valance, which I would not recommend for most to do. 1. You have to remove the wheel arch moldings at least half way to reach a bolt towards the top of the front Valance. 2. There are push clips and body clips everywhere. The hard ones are where the valance meets the front fender as its really hard to get the trim tool in there 3. There are to clips that hold the fog lamp air intake to the Frame, 2 clips and 3 U-Body clips for the trim by the headlights, 3 push clips across the front and 4 body clips as well. 4. You need two people to support the valance until you have the clips off so 1 side wont twist and fall 5 there are 3 bots on the bottom of the grill (that I though or think hold it on as well) 6. Replace the valance by starting on 1 side, do not do the middle section till the end as the trim that goes up to the headlights takes some fiddling to get right and with the bottom clipped you wont have the clearance to get them all aligned. The grill lifts up with a bit of a tug. I plan to never ever take it off again. Fortunately you can get replacement clips for the Wheel arch moldings from Oreilly or autozone. (I broke 3 right away)
  12. factory subwoofer

    I installed the kit a couple weeks back and its not junk.....its not the same as a custom box with a JL, but I had the chance to add it to my truck at cost. You need to do 2 things though... 1. Get the kicker bass control knob from best buy and install it ($24) 2. Adjust the gain on the Amp (1st 3 dip switches to have the 1st 2 up). Then you will have the ability to use the bass control to tune it to your liking (mine is at the mid point). Took me just about an hour to do and you cant tell its there. When I have it turned up, I cant see out my rear view mirror as its moving like crazy. The box is tuned closer to 70hz I say and does roll off quicker then a custom sealed enclosure. If I would have went aftermarket, I most likely would have spent more on just the sub and box. In the 90s I used to have competition equipment, yes its not the same, but at 50 its good for me and significantly better than just the bose. Plastic is not an issue, its well built. You can add dynamite if you like and you still have storage space.
  13. While doing my oil yesterday on my 6.2 at4, there is a plug on the back right of the transmission (plug is facing the rear of the truck), its not on the bottom but on the rear. Guessing that may be it.
  14. Performance Upgrade Package

    Yup, really hard to tell while driving normal, but lets you know at heavy throttle, love it.
  15. In looking at the cooler design, it looks like you may be able to replace the whole setup with an AN fitting/braided line setup. The attachment to the block looks to be similar to the LS designs, When I have a chance I need to look at the attachment to the radiator. Of course if you do this and mess up its all on you. Other option is to do a delete. We'll have to see if its an issue like the window....bad supplier or if it a design flaw do to pressure changes. I notice that my Oil Pressure varies quite a bit while driving and that could be stressing the connection.
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