I guess it depends on your state's law, specifically about mufflers and emissions. If you're required to have a muffler, chop it after the muffler. There are plenty of guys on here that have it dumped before the rear axle under the bed.
Yeah I think it's a requirement that the pads be stamped. I should probably check my brakes. My brake pedal is soft, almost makes me nervous at times in the city when I have to slam the brakes. But I guess older Chevys just brake like that? Our 2012 Silverado 3500HD can stop on a damn dime.
... Rated on 20x10 Fuel Maverick 2 piece version, and a muffler delete. 68-70mph Empty: 12.6 Towing: 8-9 I tow a light 21' Bass Boat....loaded out if guess it to be under 3000lb. I traded that truck for a 2011 CCSB 2wd NHT, bone stock it was 18-19 empty and 15 pulling. Same load, same habits, same ...
... for the most part as well. I was able to switch 4WD modes again without any issues. I'm thinking it was the rain that was messing the system up. I guess I'll have to keep an eye on it and figure out if this would be covered under my warranty.