... bars, to lower the front a bit. If you seach Google or even Ebay, I believe there are lowering kits out there for 4x4 99-07 trucks. There are a few 4x4 99-07 trucks on the net, and they look great, with a little work some are even bagged.
... a tuner that may or may not void my warranty. Why GM, please give US the option... :evil: OK, that's my thoughts after owning this new rig for a few months, I'm sure I'll have more as time goes on... Anyone else think about these things, or other things? Please post them if you do. Cheers!
I installed the 2" leveling kit a few days prior to getting the wheels & tires installed and could sense that I was sitting a bit higher, but rides fine so far. Other than the difference in appearance, it feels the same as stock.
... in our trucks (at least in my '11) it's best to have all the connections on the lower half of the HU's chassis. For the HU you've chosen a few connections and the cooling fan are located in the upper half which means they will be obstructed by the way the hole for the factory HU is laid ...
... style efans. My truck even at this high mileage uses no oil leaks no oil. I have an 01 sierra ht 3.73 gears 2wd... with my custom tune efans and a few other mods I get routinely over 20mpg... I drive abiut 200-300 miles a day highway/interstate and @60mph I get closer to 23mpg. But like I said ...
3.73.. I also have a relatively small truck small stock rims and street tires. I have a really good in person tune... but even before my tune I was getting 18... ive also done efans swap and a few other things.
... good if you like to control what gears you would like to use and also for engine braking. So when towing on a very steep downhill (there is a few mile section that's called the 4-lane here that has a very steep grade) should I run the Manual and keep it in a low gear to help with braking?