:wave: Been a while since I've posted
Drove this for a while
2007.5+ NNBS ccsb lt z71 4x4 5.3/4l60e/4.10s/5" rcx/22x9 tbss replicas/285/55/22 trail grapplers
bigger block in black
4-8 cyl delete...
Like new 285/70/17 Mickey Thompson ATZ on 17" 2010 Sierra wheels, tires look like new. I have both bowtie center caps and GMC center caps. LOCAL SALE ONLY. $1150, location: Wilmington, NC. wheels $425 tires $750
2004 5.3 Z71 is getting horrible MPG, no SES light, new acdelco plugs like 150 miles ago, 40 psi on stock size tires, I'm getting 10 city, 13 hwy, hand calculated driving with 2k shifts. Truck had a bullydog on it before I believe, could it be set on a 93 or 89 octane tune or something? Cats...
We'll this f g t emerged after I got out of school for the summer.
2004 Silverado Z71 mod list:
Awesome hole in driver seat
Frame covered in mud everywhere
3 Sick steel wheels and one aftermarket 15" steel wheel
Tinted 3rd brake light that's melted
Random audio wiring and hover radio...
The NNBS Sierra 17", 6 spoke wheels: Do they make bowtie caps for them? I have seen bowtie caps for 18"+ wheels but not for 17" wheels. I saw where some dude on some other forum had some but he didn't say where he got them from.
I have a power leather seat that has a massive hole in it, do y'all think it would be cheaper to buy a replacement bottom ($195) or see if a local place can fix it? I can supply another seat for the material, would that cut down on the cost? Only downside to buying a new bottom is that I have...
Driving my Grandpa's 2011 I noticed the voltage gauge stays low like 10-11 low. Truck has like 5k miles on it, drove it up to 80 mph for ~5 hours combined and voltage stayed the same. Truck starts back up fine if you cut it off, is it normal for the voltage to be that low on the NNBS trucks...