The PDFs on that site appear to contain identical copies of the literature I have. Thanks for sharing that Scrufdog.
my bfgs have been fantastic in the snow. not the best on hard pack, but any amount of loose stuff and they are great. weating super good, I love em.
Anyone been doing much reading on this?
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 126, not a new regulation, passed in 2006.
i dont have the paper work anymore( threw it out when i moved) but the dealer in virginia gave me a bunch of print outs showing just what you could and
Your info was very helpful. Thank you very much. I will try this Saturday when I get a chance to get back on the truck. I guess I'll bleed the brakes
The preload adjustment really isn't meant as a maintenance item, it's the same as the preload in a differential. It is meant to set it up at installation.
Being that you are from Michigan, I definitely would think twice about any mud-terrains. (I was from Michigan, but since moved South). Most people equate
All Star Edition Silverado's come with 3.42's because the Z87 (I think thats GM's trlr pkg designation) trailer package is a part of the All Star package.
Oh my Gawd. That'd gag a maggot. Been there Done that. My folks used to be Resident Managers at an apartment building in Southeast Washington D. C.
Google ALS support. There may be something out there for him and his family. They don't have to be alone in this.
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