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What Have You Done With Your T1 Today ?????


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On 8/4/2022 at 12:09 PM, Jp sierra said:

How are those bilstein’s in comparison to the stock ranchos? Looks sharp congratulations.

 

The ride is more stiff for sure.  I do like them though.  They handle sudden impacts like potholes or bumps much better than the stock Ranchos.  It's definitely a performance shock though and the ride isn't as plush as before.  

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I installed the PPE turbo to intercooler and intercooler to intake boots today. These were super easy to install. It took all of maybe 20 minutes to do. I haven't driven the truck yet with them, but I don't expect much of an increase. The main reason to get them was to get rid of the OEM boots that are made from rubber and are prone to blowing. The OEM boots are very soft and squishy compared to the PPE boots that are very firm; there is no squishing them together.

 

I already had the PPE resonator delete installed.

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Not exaclty a mod on the truck but for the truck; Got a wall mounted pressure washer. Got tired of setting up and cleaning up the pressure washer just for a quick wash. Check them out if you wash your cars often like I do. Just have to plug the water line and flip the switch on. Works really well cleaning with rated 2200 psi.

 

https://giraffetools.com/products/grandfall-pressure-washer

 

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Removed the lower air dam and plate bracket over the weekend. 

 

"Could you just, like, not mess with it?"

- my wife

 

Lol, nope! Looks much better now. 

 

Any recommendations on running boards? I prefer the look of the rugged black steps, but not sure I can pull off black with this color and all the chrome. 🤔

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20 minutes ago, jsc406 said:

Removed the lower air dam and plate bracket over the weekend. 

 

"Could you just, like, not mess with it?"

- my wife

 

Lol, nope! Looks much better now. 

 

Any recommendations on running boards? I prefer the look of the rugged black steps, but not sure I can pull off black with this color and all the chrome. 🤔

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Nice looking truck. If it were later in the year, Id be getting rid of stock black and chrome ones. Plan on going with Amp boards myself.

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On 6/10/2022 at 11:44 AM, Therickyp said:

I just got my 22 Silverado refresh lifted. 8 inch ReadyLift, 22x12 TIS 547C, 35x12.5x22 Toyo RTs

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What running boards do you have on there? 

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1 hour ago, fondupot said:

Changed the Cabin Filter. Super easy to do on these trucks. No tools required.

 

Yeah they are but try and do one on a 2019 Traverse, the access panel for the filter bottom screw is in behind and 1/2" high plastic lip had to get my Dremel out and grind down the lip the get to the screw.

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