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What have you done to your K2 today?

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58 minutes ago, YukonXL04 said:

What size travel trailer is that? What the weight specs? Your truck a 5.3 or 6.2?

33 feet. About 7800lbs, give or take. 

 

6.2 in the truck with Max trailering

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Just bought a heated steering wheel clock spring was broken, might put it on this weekend if I get the clock spring 

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Just had my A/C serviced thank god it wasn’t my condenser it was the valve where u put the Freon  easy fix and cheap A/C is a ice box again 🤗😬

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I spent an entire 15 minutes installing the MVI IO6 upgrade in my Dad's '15 Silverado and a new battery. The battery was harder and took longer to do! He's 73 and loves the voice control compared to typing.

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21 hours ago, slide187 said:

Yeah I’d see how it does first as normal.  Roadmaster even says it helps reduce the need for those (I doubt completely tho). 

I spoke with Will last evening about it. He said go up to the 2mm disc, and adjust the wdh hitch now, add some more tongue weight. So thats my this evening plan. 

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12 hours ago, Roscopcoletrain said:

33 feet. About 7800lbs, give or take. 

 

6.2 in the truck with Max trailering

Oh wow. I just bought a 24ft, 27ft bumper to hitch. I only towed it once so far short distance. Waiting to see how it does rolling down the highway. Mines a 6.2 but not a max tow. 6500 max gross. Gonna run it over the scales next time I tow it.

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On 7/31/2019 at 9:59 AM, Mercracing said:

What are you guys using to take off residual adhesive when you take off a dealer sticker? I just want something that won’t mess with the paint or anything.


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I’ve actually found that 90% rubbing alcohol that they sell at CVS, etc. in the spray bottle works great. And doesn’t leave a residue you have to work to get clean like goo gone (which I also use) I just feel like the alcohol is easier on the clear coat than the goo gone is since that’s more of a solvent. 

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3 hours ago, Roscopcoletrain said:

I spoke with Will last evening about it. He said go up to the 2mm disc, and adjust the wdh hitch now, add some more tongue weight. So thats my this evening plan. 

Makes sense. I actually assumed you would have started at the 2mm disc what with the RV and all.  

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1 hour ago, YukonXL04 said:

Oh wow. I just bought a 24ft, 27ft bumper to hitch. I only towed it once so far short distance. Waiting to see how it does rolling down the highway. Mines a 6.2 but not a max tow. 6500 max gross. Gonna run it over the scales next time I tow it.

yeah, Ive scaled mine a couple times. It tows pretty good. 6.2 is such a great motor. Its a tall, long trailer though, so you still feel the wind at times

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1 minute ago, slide187 said:

Makes sense. I actually assumed you would have started at the 2mm disc what with the RV and all.  

probably would have been the better idea lol 

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Put on a Putco Blade as well as two eagle eye pods in the step wells:

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On 7/31/2019 at 8:59 AM, Mercracing said:

What are you guys using to take off residual adhesive when you take off a dealer sticker? I just want something that won’t mess with the paint or anything.


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A cheap heat gun from somewhere  like harbor freight  works well 

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Installed my heated steering wheel yesterday thanks too Tinkering fox and PGamboa detailed videos 

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4 minutes ago, Codman67 said:

Installed my heated steering wheel yesterday thanks too Tinkering fox and PGamboa detailed videos 

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Where did u buy your clock spring at? See them on eBay but I didn’t know if there another or a better source to get them from

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I purchased it from gm dealer in Canada I went all new 

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