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  1. Well you need to trim the very bottom of the front fender liner at the back for 275 60 20 +14 but nothing major
  2. In theory the 305 on the +14 offset will stick out the same as the 275 on a +1. 275/60 on a +1 will defo rub, I have 275/60 on 20x9 +14, I wish I had around zero tho, that extra half inch would be perfect just at or maybe a touch outside the fender.
  3. Does that mean I can not tell you how to do it? if it is a 2007 it is fuse 47 under the hood, if it is a 2008 up it is fuse 22 in the cabin. I guess they didn't cover that in marketing class.
  4. This thread is getting to the point where it is completely out of control and I acknowledge that a lot of that is my doing BUT I have to ask you one question. Were you honestly surprised that they knew where you were? Did you not sit back and think to yourself this is how the system works? I mean if you were driving somewhere you didn't know and you needed roadside assistance you can do it the way people without gps do and get all pissed off and try and describe where you are or by hitting onstar they know exactly where you are and they send someone to you. My mother has driven nissans si
  5. You make zero intelligible points, you made two comments to me, I responded to them, basically you thought that you would try and make smart ass comments to me and it would annoy me or I wouldn't know how to respond and you'd be super cool on the forums. Personally I feel as though you should check out http://seasteading.org/ maybe if they ever get that going you could move there, prob have to sell the truck tho.
  6. You do not get a ticket if someone else is driving the vehicle though, you have the option to sign an affidavit stating who was driving the vehicle at the time. Most systems now record an image of the driver as well to prevent people passing the points off to someone else drivers licence. When did I say that? Of course I have broken "some kind of regulation" while driving, I have long given up excessive speeding and such tho because it just is not worth it anymore with price of gas and insurance rates after a ticket. If you must know I had a ticket in 2003 for doing 133km/h in a
  7. I do not remember stating I spoke with a customer service rep nor do I remember speaking with one, maybe you should not read into things and make assumptions when someone says they spoke with onstar. You further back up my point you do not understand what they planed do with the information they were going to sell which was anonymized meaning they can not find out it was you who drove 50k miles last year. Just to shut everyone up about the insurance thing, I am going to give some free advice. Insurance contracts are considered to be what is called of utmost good faith, meaning that if t
  8. First off you are using the term due diligence incorrectly. If you were in a crash and hit the blue onstar button then they would absolutely send you assistance whether you paid for it or not. They have a civil legal obligation to do so as they have sufficient proximity to you to establish a duty of care under tort law. Which basically means if you pressed the blue button and they told you no help and you died your wife could sue them into the stone age and since it would be the first case of the nature and the way american lawyers like to work they would go for exemplary damages likely a
  9. How would I feel? Fine... If I am paying for something I use then it has to be done. Your logic makes zero sense, this is nothing but people bitching because they want to be dishonest or bend the rules. Think of it this way you go to work and you work 2500 hours a year and then the company average is 1600 a year so they say oh well we will just pay you for the average hours worked, would you think that was fair? Insurance companies already have a general idea of where you live and drive anyway by your address. For instance if you live in a part of new york that is usually on fire and l
  10. Well everyone can stop panicking as onstar have reverted back to the old terms and conditions just over an hour ago. I had a lengthy conversation with onstar about the issue just now and I would like to make a few points. First off as I stated many replies ago, that noone listened too, if you want to totally disable onstar you arrange it through your dealer. Had you have done this under the new terms and condition it would have been free as they had to offer it free to give you the option of not excepting the terms. Now however if you want to be totally disabled you will have to either
  11. Metra makes the best kit, any double din will work, a 7in screen is the biggest you will find
  12. You're a moron. If people don't want to be tracked that should be their choice. Not the government or a private company. Now, go sit in the corner with your dunce cap on. How am I a moron? I actually posted a way to get rid of onstar in another thread, I will repost it here for you... I have over a dozen years of experience with car stereos and the like so I decided I would figure out a way for all of you guys that want to permanently disable it, what you need to do is get yourself some gas, if you have some in your tank you can use that, then a lighter and burn the thing to the grou
  13. Maybe you wouldn't object to having OnStar release your MPH information to your insurance company. No I wouldn't, because I drive a pick up truck on a public road, add in the cost of fuel these days and what a speeding ticket does to you're insurance bill I don't speed.
  14. I am honestly starting to think you are insane or a terrible driver or both...You are seemingly paranoid about crashing your truck into someone and being sued, maybe it is best if you just sell the truck and buy a bus pass
  15. The idea that you could get a speeding ticket from onstar is insane and anyone who makes that statement has no idea of how the law works. The concept is valid but it would be only ever happen with government supplied equipment that was exhaustively researched and tested on a regular basis. Speed cameras will be around for many more years before that happens. If you really want it disabled call onstar and tell them that you do not consent to them collecting your personal data and you want them to arrange with your local dealer to have the system disabled.
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