obxdiver posted a topic in Wheels, Tires, & TPMSHi Guys Long time no posts here. I will soon need new tires to replace the original factory Goodyear Eagle LS-2 P275-55-R20 I am wondering if anyone here could offer some advice as to what you may have used to replace these tires. I am also trying to find out if I can go to a P285-55-R20 to get a bit wider tire. I sometimes drive in sand at The Outer Banks of NC (with reduced pressure). We have some snow and ice in the winter months in my area of the country. I also do a lot of highway driving at 75-80mph when the posted speed limit is 70 mph. I am hoping to get a tire that does not have vibration problems at those speeds. I also don't want the balancing weights on the outside of the rim lip. I prefer the "stick-on" type that goes on the inside of the rim so the ugly weights are hidden from view Can anyone make some recommendations? My budget is $1500
Hi All Long time no posts...Sorry bout that I have had the GM OEM bug deflector on my SD for 2 years, and I hated it. It fastened with 2 clips on the ends and taped to the paint. One day the tape let loose at 75mph and scratched my paint on the hood. I took it off and trashed it. I am looking at a new one. I don't want the same mounting technique. I want one that uses screws under the hood. I have read some older conflicting posts here and want to get some new facts Does the "WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector" use screws? http://www.autoanything.com/deflectors/61A4411A0A0.aspx According to the description, it does, but the customer reviews state otherwise. How about the "AVS Bugflector II Bug Shield" ? http://www.autoanything.com/deflectors/61A1051A0A0.aspx Any info or stories or other brands anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated. And...do there 2 bug deflectors cover the crome trim on the hood? Notice this picture of the GM OEM deflector, that has a cut out to show the chrome trim. I don't want to loose that if at all possible.
obxdiver replied to Trav_13's topic in How-ToHeated wheel on with remote start would be nice. However, the wheel does heat up very fast after pressing the on/off button. Seems like only after 10 seconds and its already warm on my truck.
obxdiver replied to RyanbabZ71's topic in 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra 1500Thanks for checking. Yep, my build sheet says L9H engine
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