By Brian Balentine
I am currently in the process of rebuilding my 2003 ss silverado. It started with the brake lines and turned into way more. It's already lowered but I was wondering how low can I really make it without damaging the awd components. Don't have the money to experiment with different parts. It's currently lowered 3/4. Have tons on pictures I will add later.
I am back to GM for my truck. I got a 2017 L5P High Country. I love the truck. I have a couple of gripes. The calipers have surface rust on them. I know it is surface, but I have had a bunch of trucks over the years. Never had rust on them. Not on GMC, Chevy, Toyota or Dodge. Also my brakes squeek at low speeds.. drives me up the wall. I have asked the dealer about it...they said for Chevy it is normal??
It sounds like bad design if that is true. I want to clean up my brake calipers but it is under warranty... Do they cover this ...as it is surface??
Hi all, Next weekend I am going to be replacing the bed on my wife's 2007 Sierra 1500 (115k miles). The old one is rusty, and I picked up a new one for a amazing deal. while the bed is off, ill clean up the frame. I have been researching this, however I still have a few questions, I hope you guys can help me with:
Are there 4 or 6 bolts? I can only find 4.
Is it worth replacing the fuel pump?
What Size are the bolts?
Do I have to remove the bumper?
Is this a fairly quick job?
Waiting for it to warm up one of these days to give my 2018 Sierra 1500 it's first hand polish. I usually use Turtle Wax Wet and Dry after a wash and polish my vehicle once or twice a year with a paste wax.
Looking for tips on best products and techniques.
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