Fallz replied to Drifthopper's topic in 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra 1500I always get the Z71. My GMC has the Z71 and all-terrain package . Why are you worried about $275 when spending the big $$ on the truck anyway. Just get it and don't look back.
I notice mine very seldom goes to V4 mode . I only know if I watch it . I have never felt it kick in or out , smooth as glass (8,800 miles so far). If I buy a programmer (off the shelf type) I will disable it .I bought a v8 and I want to drive a v8. I honestly don't think it makes a difference since it's in V4 so seldom . I have 3.42 gears so maybe that makes a difference i don't know . Maybe it will be more noticed to me when I put 285's on it , IDK. I see some people on here that said they don't have AFM , I thought all 5.3's had it .
I wish my 2011 has some type of indicator as to what mode your in . Its only on the little dial and not easy to see . Why didnt they put something on the dash/speedo area with all the other gadget lights .
For a street truck you maybe right. Not good for off road unless you have ample sidewall . lol , I am a little old school . I want to swap my factory crappy 18's for a set of aftermarket 17's because I can buy a set of rims and tires for the price of 18" tires like a BFG AT 285/70/17.
Seems like just about everybody likes these 20" wheels. IMO they are "sport" wheels for street only tires. 20" wheels are also not prefered for any type of off road use, not enough sidewall. OP, if you plan on doing any off roading, 17-18" wheels is the way to go IMO. I totally agree !!! 17" or 18" if you plan on off roading .
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