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As the title says, post your long travel set up with the who and why! I'm tired of not being able to find long travel builds to copy off of. Custom or bolt on, doesn't matter. Post pictures of the before and after glass sides if you got them.
If a thread like this already exists please share below or if you have a thread for your build. Hopefully this gets some serious attention for the full size community, the Toyotas get all the long travel attention.
I have a 2022 AT4 (5700mi) and its it has a shudder/hesitation during steady and/or light throttle acceleration between 25 and 70 MPH. Anyone else experiencing this or has and got it "fixed". Reproduced it for a ride along with the dealer, but need to figure out a plan or approach to fix this. They have mentioned maybe a fuel injector, maybe a new transmission....
Also, what site does everyone use to search for TSB's?
Unfortunately this is my first post here. But thought my info would be helpful to others. My new 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 Limited with the 6.2 has been in the shop for a couple days due to lifter failure. The truck had right at 6,000 miles on it when the lifter collapsed and bent a push rod. I called the dealer for an update, and they said parts should be in in the next day or two, then they'll replace the affected bank of lifters..... I asked why they won't replace both banks since the failure occurred in less than 8,000 miles? They told me that particular TSB procedure stopped at the 2021 model year. The 2022's will only have the affected bank side replaced even if failure occurs in under 8,000 miles on your brand new truck. I've opened a case with GM directly to try and get both banks replaced since the parts still seem to be substandard. I don't want to be pulling my camper with my family, and have the truck fail on me again because they only replaced half of the defective parts. I can't even get a loaner from the dealership while the truck is being fixed.
Aside from this current headache, I absolutely love our new truck. No plans on getting rid of it, I just want it fixed the right way with parts that aren't inferior.
Edit: The truck has a build date of 12/21. Unsure of engine build date, but have to imagine it's close to the truck's build date.
2014 Sierra 5.3
My truck developed a new shake/hard vibration. While in park I feel it a little, but when I shift to Reverse the shakes starts. Then when I shift to Neutral, it's stops. When in drive, the shakes starts again.
Blower motor seems to be fine.
While in Park, the motor and belts look normal. As well as under the truck, nothing seems to be moving.
Engine mounts looks solid.
By Jess Payn
I've been wanting to install longtube headers on my 2007 sierra classic for awhile and now that I've noticed that the OEM exhaust manifold is cracked and one stud is broken I think it's the time to do so. Just wondering what info i should know before doing so. Do I need to have it tuned? I currently have a cold air intake, throttle body spacer and cat back exhaust but that's pretty much it.
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