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  1. Any one running this on a TB custom? According to the website it fits the LT but not the custom is that rigth?
  2. I bought my wife a 2019 trail boss great truck only thing is she has a hard time seeing over the dash to drive. It does not have an adjustable driver's seat for up and down. Does anyone know of any seat risers (manuel/or electric) that i can install to help her see so she can drive her truck? Thanks for any input on the topic
  3. Has anyone experienced a similar issue? I have a 2019 Silverado trail boss and when you turn the fan on, whether it’s ac or heater, there is a noise that is not normal. It comes from the passenger side inside the dash area. It’s not a loud noise and if the stereo is on you won’t hear it. It sounds like the fan motor is off. I wouldn’t bother taking it in if all trucks made the noise but they don’t. I had the dealership take me in another trail boss and there was no sound, just normal wind sound. They changed a bearing saying that was the issue but it is still making the same noise. The second time I brought it in they said they are reporting it to GM. I brought it in today and the service desk worker said it’s “normal”. I asked why the others don’t make the noise and he said it’s “normal”. Obviously not normal or they would all make the same sound. Anyone know what it is??
  4. I tried posting this thread a few minutes ago, but it must have been sent to Electricity Heaven while I was answering phone calls. I could not find it to finish it. Just took delivery of a new the Double Cab Trail Boss 4x4. It has the typical 6-speed tranny running 3.42 gears. I had the dealer install 20" wheels and tires and think I want to gear it down to 4.10/4.11's. I did this with my 2013 Silverado 4x4 and loved how it moves around town. Even on the highway it can get right up there in a blink of an eye. Out here in South Dakota the Interstate is posted at 80 mph, but it seems that 85-86 is safe. I've driven by many a state trooper running radar at 85 and they do nothing. I am unconcerned about mileage. Anyway, I attempted to order the front and rear ring and pinion gears from Summit Racing yesterday. They called this morning saying they were unsure of what differentials are in the Trail Boss. Another party emailed my today stating that he'd heard the either the front or rear ring gears were welded to the differential. Someone else notified me that GM is using an AAM with an "in-house" version for the other end. I'd buy lunch if someone out there in Chevy Land actually knows positively what to order for my endeavor. If I posted incorrectly here, sorry. I do have a PhD in computer science, but long retired. Been a member since 2003, but never posted.
  5. Zane Merva Executive Editor / Publisher - GM-Trucks.com May 24th, 2019 A few days after we got a look at the changes for the 2020 Sierra, Chevrolet is letting on to what's going to change for the 2020 Silverado. Surprise, it's actually some significant stuff. More 6.2L First up, the 6.2L makes its long awaited move to trim levels below LTZ. Now Custom Trail Boss, RST, and LT Trail Boss trim levels can also order the 420 horsepower engine option. As owners of a 2019 LTZ with the 6.2L , we highly recommend it. More 10-speed LT Trail Boss and High Country with the 5.3L engine will upgrade to the all new 10-speed transmission. This move was more expected as GM flushes out the 10-speed into more models and slowly phases out the 8-speed and 6-speed transmissions its sold for years. A New 3.0L Diesel The new light duty Duramax makes it's debut in 2020. It will be available on LT, RST, and above trim levels. This engine will also come with the new 10-speed transmission. Smaller changes Other additions to the lineup for 2020 include adaptive cruise control and a new "transparent trailer" camera system that displays up to 15 different views. Order Guide Deletions (GE0) Oakwood Metallic (PDT) High Country Premium Package (R13) WT Appearance Package New Features (DPO) and (DQS) Vertical Trailering Mirrors (KSG) Adaptive Cruise Control now included in (PDJ) Safety Package II Changes (MQB) 10-speed transmission is now standard on 4WD High Country models with (L84) 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 DFM engine and LT Trail Boss (UV2) HD Surround Vision is replaced with (UVS) HD Surround Vision with Two Trailer Camera Provisions (CWM) Technology Package now includes (UVN) Bed View Camera (PCV) WT Convenience Package is now available with (ZW9) pickup bed delete (PTT) Tire Pressure Monitor System becomes (PTT) Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors (V46) and (VJH) Chrome bumpers are now free flow on 1WT (Q5U) 17" Bight silver painted aluminum wheels are now free flow on 1WT 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Photos
  6. My wife and I were going to have a picnic by the ocean so went on a sandy (beach sand) road, meant for off road vehicles only. I switched to 4 Hi and while drove in the sand at less than 10mph. After about 5 minutes or so I had warnings of "service ESC" and "steering assist is reduced, drive with care". The truck, which is a 2019 Trail Boss, performed fine and I did not notice any difference in handling. I tried taking off the traction control, putting the truck in park, shutting the truck off for a while, but still the lights stayed on. The lights went off after driving about 5 minutes in 2 Hi. I also recieved emails from OnStar "there is an issue with the ABS system" and "there is an issue with Stabilitrack traction control". I don't think this is normal so it is at the dealer now. They said the initial results are the yaw sensor triggered for some reason...I don't think this is normal, the truck has 800 miles on it, but any ideas what this is or what it means? Thanks.
  7. I only haul a dirt bike in my truck and like a level look so loading is not an issue. I'm not getting bigger tires and don't want to raise the front any higher. Can I take out the spring blocks out and mill them down? Are they steel or aluminum? Can I get shorter U bolts? Thanks in advance.
  8. Looking at crew cab short bed 4x4’s with the V8’s. I just can’t wrap my head around not having low range so it’ll either be a Z71 or a Trail Boss. Been watching prices and I’m seeing Custom Trail Boss trucks starting to get close to the prices of the LT. As in within a grand or even less. Anyone bought a Custom and regret it? I have a 2011 Silverado 1500 4x4 and my wife has a 2017 Yukon 4x4. Both have the 6L80 transmission and hers has the Ecotec 5.3 V8. Very happy with that engine and transmission combo and even with less power my ‘11 moves and drives well with the 3.42 gears. Will I miss anything with a Custom instead of a regular LT Z71? 6 spd vs 8 spd? Gas mileage? Something else?
  9. Looking for some help. I have a 2019 Crew Cab LT Trail Boss with 4,600 mi, 5.3 engine. Blew an oil cooler line a few weeks ago, drove 200ft with the blown line and shut the truck off. After telling the dealer and tow company not to start it the first thing I hear from the dealer is that the truck was stalling out as they drove it into the shop/moved it and that a nice feature on these new trucks is that the engines don't blow with low oil, they just stall out. Next day the dealer tells me that it's a blown engine. I've been telling the dealer for a week now that I want a new truck. What's a reasonable course of action for the dealer here? What should I expect as a solution or should I ask for as a solution? They're currently tearing apart the engine so GM can evaluate what exactly is wrong and do a cost analysis.
  10. Anyone know how difficult it would be to upgrade the rear view mirror? My trail boss came with a "dumb" mirror. No auto dim, no compass, no onstar, no temp read out, nothing. I'd like to at least have auto dimming, compass, and temp read out. Rear view mirror camera would nice too. Is there any chance that the wiring is already there for it and I just need to simply replace the mirror and plug it in? I've seen a lot of aftermarket options and some of them look pretty neat, but for the most part they attach to the existing mirror and I'd like to find something that is as close as possible to stock looking. Thanks!
  11. I have a Trail Boss LT that I will be installing a Motofab 1.5" leveling kit in. I have been doing all kinds of research on what size Nitto Ridge Grapplers I want to put on my 20" Fuel Maverick rims with a +1 offset. Mainly been looking at the 295/60r20 (33.93x11.77) and the 305/55r20 (33.23x12.44). I like the width of the 305/55 but wish it had the height of the 295/60. Was curious if any other trail boss owners had some pictures they'd want to share of their aftermarket tire setups.These trucks are BIG and IMO the stock tires look too small on them. Trying to fill out the wheel well as mush as possible without rubbing too bad. Not opposed to trimming some liner, but no metal. Thanks guys!
  12. I know there have been a few posts about this, but has anyone successfully added a 1” or 1.5” leveling kit to a Trail Boss? I read that some people have, but have not heard any updates or results. I ordered a 1” & 1.5” MotoFab off eBay, but wanted to check around before attempting to install. 4 Wheel Parts here in Orlando says it will put the CV joints at too much of an angle than they already are.
  13. I've already installed the load lifter 5000 air bags. My compressor came in today and will be installing it tomorrow morning. So far I can say I really like how the air bags mounted in the trail boss. I should have a short review tomorrow after the pump install as I'll be towing a 6000ib tractor for a quick job at my buddies house
  14. Picked up my Custom Trail Boss yesterday and I really like the truck, mechanically speaking. My biggest beef is with the interior storage options. Specifically the fact the center console doesn't have a storage compartment even though the thing is huge and the owner's manual shows there should be a storage compartment. There's not a storage compartment under the seatback either, despite what appears to be a HUGE empty cushion sitting there. I have a Z71 Suburban, so I know I'm spoiled but this is crazy how few places there are to store stuff in the cab. I'm hoping a better center console can be swapped out, but I'm worried about what options may exist with the rear seat power and air vents. Let me know if anyone comes across anything that can be added or modified to increase the utility for the front seat passengers. Thanks!
  15. Guessing its close the the same amount of suspension travel as K2XX? Here's the AT4 suspension in action on some dirt road trail.
  16. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com November, 2015 The Chevy Colorado Diesel is just starting to arrive at dealerships. I recently had a chance to take a fully loaded Colorado Z71 Trail Boss with the all new 2.8L Duramax Diesel off-roading in the dusty Nevada desert. How does the special edition Colorado perform off-road? Does the Duramax help or hurt the midsizer? Should you upgrade your Colorado with GM's available performance parts? Let’s go and find out! Thankfully, being the first few days of November, I didn’t have to worry about the scorching heat of the Nevada desert. I was, however, warned not to wander off the road too far off the road and be on the lookout for rattlesnake. While I never did see any menacing wildlife, the prospect we might made our time with the Trail Boss all the more exciting. I’ve long been a fan of diesel engines for small pickups and SUVs. The low end torque focused nature of the diesel matches nicely with the low-speed driving most owners of these types of vehicles do most. Or at least, at least the type of driving they want to do most. So, to see the Colorado’s off-road model paired with the brand’s new small Duramax Diesel engine is satisfying. When we gave you our first on-road impressions of the 2.8L Duramax Diesel for the mid-size trucks it was on paved roads and smoother all-season tires. The Trail Boss takes the Colorado to an off-road slant, with large knobby tires, slick LED lights, a blacked out bowtie, and a tubular steel sail at the front of the bed. That’s just naming a few of the features. Traveling down what some might call a "road" in the middle of the Nevada desert, the Trail Boss Diesel I’m piloting reminds me a whole lot of the S-10 ZR2 I used to own nearly a decade ago. A fat low end torque curve and capable off-road parts leave me feeling confident as we traversed through narrow canyons and washed out dry river beds. Without a doubt, the 2.8L Duramax shines in this type of work. The key to off-road driving is slow deliberate movements. With 369 lb-ft of torque on tap at low RPM, piloting off-road at a measured crawl is a pleasure. The Trail Boss’s Wrangler Duratrac tires grip loose dirt and rock substantially better than the standard all-season radial tires that come on a Z71 model. The tubular side steps provide substantial rocker panel protection. Better yet, even if you already own a Colorado, you don’t have to buy a brand new Trail Boss to experience these upgrades. Just pick up a 2016 GM Performance Parts Catalog and turn to page 66. With a little time and money, you can turn your own truck into a Trail Boss, right in your own garage. The company offers off-road Wrangler Duratrac tires, black aluminum wheels, floor liners, color matched grilles, and even a transfer case shield. For performance oriented owners, a performance exhaust and air intake are also available. Best of all, every single one of these parts is covered within your vehicle's factory warranty. To add some depth and compare, I also drove a Performance Parts loaded Silverado High Country. While the Silverado exhibited a more plush ride, it’s wider girth made it substantially more difficult to maneuver on the tighter sections of the trail. Capable in its own right, the Silverado didn’t give me the same confidence that the narrower Colorado did. This is one circumstance where the just-a-little-bit-smaller outside proportions of the mid-size make all the difference. If you're looking for a utilitarian vehicle that can take you far off the beaten path, the Colorado Trail Boss should be right up your alley. Chevrolet has a unique offering with it's 2.8L Duramax that you can't find anywhere else. That sets the Colorado to become a popular off-road platform, ripe for modification. You can head down to your Chevrolet dealer and purchase your own Trail Boss straight from the factory, or if you already own a Colorado outfit it with the same parts from GM’s Performance Catalog. You can read the all new edition right here.
  17. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 11/03/2015 SEMA is a time for putting on the full bling. The show is about after market accessories, and as of late, accessories direct form the automakers. The thing we like most about the Chevy Colorado Z71 Trail Boss 3.0 Concept is that it is basically the actual truck you can buy or order from a Chevy dealer starting this Fall. The Z71 Trail Boss package already has all this great content: Cargo bed-mounted sport bar with LED trail lighting Black fender flares Black bowtie emblems, front and rear 17-inch black-painted aluminum wheels matched with Goodyear DuraTrac 265/65R17 all-terrain tires G80 automatic locking rear differential 4WD transfer case shield Front recovery hooks Black, three-inch round rocker steps Spray-in bedliner Projector beam headlamps Front fog lamps All-weather floor mats with the Z71 logo. Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet Truck Marketing, said of the concept“At its core, the Trail Boss offers owners the gear-carrying ability and versatility they need to venture off-road, with segment-leading efficiency and capability. The Trail Boss 3.0 concept builds on that to show the choices from Chevrolet to help customers personalize their truck.” Chevy's SEMA concept 3.0 version adds a graphics package, custom exhaust, air intake and some interior bits. .
  18. The Z71 Trail Boss package already has all this great content: Cargo bed-mounted sport bar with LED trail lighting Black fender flares Black bowtie emblems, front and rear 17-inch black-painted aluminum wheels matched with Goodyear DuraTrac 265/65R17 all-terrain tires G80 automatic locking rear differential 4WD transfer case shield Front recovery hooks Black, three-inch round rocker steps Spray-in bedliner Projector beam headlamps Front fog lamps All-weather floor mats with the Z71 logo. Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet Truck Marketing, said of the concept“At its core, the Trail Boss offers owners the gear-carrying ability and versatility they need to venture off-road, with segment-leading efficiency and capability. The Trail Boss 3.0 concept builds on that to show the choices from Chevrolet to help customers personalize their truck.” Chevy's SEMA concept 3.0 version adds a graphics package, custom exhaust, air intake and some interior bits. .
  19. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 9/24/2015 Chevrolet and GMC passed along a few photos from the State Fair of Texas this morning. The two brands are currently showing off updates and enhancements for the 2016 lineup. Why the State Fair of Texas? Well, the longhorn state brings in the biggest share of truck sales out of ANY state. Truck buyer and Texan go hand in hand. Thanks to our friends, General Motors Photographers Steve Fecht and Mike Stone, for sending these photos our way. Big Tex looks on as Chevrolet rolls out three new pickups Monday, September 21, 2015 in preparation for the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. The 2016 Silverado HD Midnight (l to r), 2016 Silverado LT Z71 and Colorado Z71 Diesel Trail Boss will be revealed to the media on Thursday in the Chevrolet display. The trucks will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for Chevrolet) Chevrolet Trucks Marketing Director Sandor Piszar reveals the new Colorado Z71 Diesel Trail Boss midsize pickup Thursday, September 24, 2015 at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. Chevy also rolled out the 2016 Silverado HD Midnight edition and the 2016 Silverado LT Z71 at the media preview. The trucks will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for Chevrolet) Media get a closer look at the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado LT Z71 during it's unveiling Thursday, September 24, 2015 at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. Chevy also rolled out the 2016 Silverado HD Midnight edition and the Colorado Z71 Diesel Trail Boss midsize pickup at the media preview. The trucks will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for Chevrolet) Media get a closer look at the 2016 GMC Sierra Denali Thursday, September 24, 2015 during its unveiling at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. The new lineup of GMC pickups will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for GMC)
  20. Big Tex looks on as Chevrolet rolls out three new pickups Monday, September 21, 2015 in preparation for the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. The 2016 Silverado HD Midnight (l to r), 2016 Silverado LT Z71 and Colorado Z71 Diesel Trail Boss will be revealed to the media on Thursday in the Chevrolet display. The trucks will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for Chevrolet) Chevrolet Trucks Marketing Director Sandor Piszar reveals the new Colorado Z71 Diesel Trail Boss midsize pickup Thursday, September 24, 2015 at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. Chevy also rolled out the 2016 Silverado HD Midnight edition and the 2016 Silverado LT Z71 at the media preview. The trucks will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for Chevrolet) Media get a closer look at the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado LT Z71 during it's unveiling Thursday, September 24, 2015 at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. Chevy also rolled out the 2016 Silverado HD Midnight edition and the Colorado Z71 Diesel Trail Boss midsize pickup at the media preview. The trucks will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for Chevrolet) Media get a closer look at the 2016 GMC Sierra Denali Thursday, September 24, 2015 during its unveiling at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, Texas. The new lineup of GMC pickups will be on display throughout the fair, which opens to the public on Friday. (Photo by Mike Stone for GMC)
  21. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 3/6/2015 Chevrolet told GM-Trucks.com this week that fully 40% of all its trucks roll off dealer lots with some type of OEM suspension or tire upgrade. Therefore, it is no surprise that Chevy is continuing to bring out new packages for those customers that want to make their Colorado a bit more special. Today Chevy announced the Z71 Trail Boss Colorado. Chevy says the new Trail Boss will feature Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac 265/65R17 all-terrain tires and 17-inch dark argent metallic painted cast-aluminum wheels. The Trail Boss also benefits from the cool looks and functionality of the company's GearOn™ moveable cargo tie-down rings, load bar and cargo divider. Black fender flares complete the look. Chevy adds the following other enhancements to the Trail Boss: G80 automatic locking rear differential Transfer case shield (on 4WD) Front recovery hooks Black, three-inch round rocker steps Spray-on bedliner Projector beam headlamps Front fog lamps All-weather floor mats with Z71 logo. The Colorado Z71 Trail Boss will be offered in extended and crew cab configurations, with a choice of a long or short cargo bed and available 4WD. Dealers will be taking orders soon for spring deliveries.
  22. Chevy adds the following other enhancements to the Trail Boss: G80 automatic locking rear differential Transfer case shield (on 4WD) Front recovery hooks Black, three-inch round rocker steps Spray-on bedliner Projector beam headlamps Front fog lamps All-weather floor mats with Z71 logo. The Colorado Z71 Trail Boss will be offered in extended and crew cab configurations, with a choice of a long or short cargo bed and available 4WD. Dealers will be taking orders soon for spring deliveries.
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