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  1. Part Suggestions - Rotors, Bearings, Pads

    I'm being somewhat pre-emptive with my 99 Burb. I just got done replacing the rear hubs and shoes and want to redo the front end with new rotors, bearings and pads. I have a 16 y/o daughter I share...
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    That's all true too... But not everyone can...

    That's all true too... But not everyone can afford to go out and get an amp, etc etc. The point to my post and why I posted it, there ARE OPTIONS. And again, I pointed out to him, go listen to...
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    You do NOT have to have an amp for all...

    You do NOT have to have an amp for all aftermarket components speakers. Many head units run an average of 20-30 watts continuous RMS. Lower priced component speakers from Sony and Clarion can be...
  4. Honestly, if you take your time it wont be a big...

    Honestly, if you take your time it wont be a big deal. Just go slow. Once the switch is out of the steering wheel it should be fairly easy breezy.
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    You're front speakers will be 6 1/2 and the rears...

    You're front speakers will be 6 1/2 and the rears are 4x6. I suggest you visit some local car audio shops and listen to the different speakers available. If you're going to stay with the factory head...
  6. Tech manual will say to disassemble steering...

    Tech manual will say to disassemble steering wheel. However, on all GM vehicles I have always been able to gently pry out the control switch with a small flat head screwdriver. Take your time to...
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    Ensure you are using the right tool as well....

    Ensure you are using the right tool as well. Somethign liek this......
  8. Thread: Vibration?

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    Couple things: You can add seem sound dampening...

    Couple things: You can add seem sound dampening material. You can check to ensure the speaker itself is mounted properly and not loose in the door panel. You can check to ensure that the door panel...
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    The master switch is the one on drivers side. If...

    The master switch is the one on drivers side. If somethign si wrong there, the passenger wont work either Every once in awhile, both my Yukon and Suburban will work loose., Unplug, replug brings them...
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    To each his own. Back in the day when...

    To each his own.

    Back in the day when distributor caps and rotors were the norm, it was recommended to change them about every 15,000 miles or couple of years. As the rotor spins around and...
  11. Well if your sub is already in a box, then the...

    Well if your sub is already in a box, then the easiest part of your battle is over with. You still have to accomplish attaching a line level output module to your factory radio, an amp turn on leade...
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    I think the response son here have been enough...

    I think the response son here have been enough for my wife and I to decide to go for it. Summer of 2010.. Hugger Orange it is ;)
  13. I agree with previous poster. If you're not...

    I agree with previous poster. If you're not familiar with 12 volt concepts, or subwoofer box construction, you should probably have it installed by a local shop. Here's why:

    #1 - You need some...
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    A fellow Montanan! :) #1 - Switch to 5W30 this...

    A fellow Montanan! :)

    #1 - Switch to 5W30 this winter. 10W is to thick when it gets below zero.
    #2 - Change out your distributor and rotor cap every year. This often goes overlooked and it makes...
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    I've been shooting paint for over 20 years. The...

    I've been shooting paint for over 20 years. The Dupli Color stuff is a good deal for the DYI guy. No mixing etc needed which is a good thing. Some products if not mixed in the same ratio every time...
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    Ummm.. Yeah. That's what you do when you color...

    Ummm.. Yeah. That's what you do when you color change. It's getting a new motor next summer too so even the engine bay is going to get re-shot. I've been spraying cars for over 20 years. Nothing...
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    Spot repair work is difficult and takes time. If...

    Spot repair work is difficult and takes time. If the damaged areas are no longer loose, it would be possible to wet sand and feather the edges out, re-shoot, wet sand and then buff it out. However, I...
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    Before you cut that box and re-carpet it, you...

    Before you cut that box and re-carpet it, you need to look at the specs of the subs, find out how much airspace is required and then calculate the new dimensions you're going to cut it down to. If...
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    Hugger Orange on a 99 Burb?

    Earlier today as I was shooting a new coat of Victory Red on my grill, the wife and I were talking about what we want to do to this thing. I made the remark that after 10 years, wouldn't it be cool...
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    I unfortunately did not have any heavy gloves but...

    I unfortunately did not have any heavy gloves but should have, that much is agreed.

    However, in my case the none of the gloves I used broke down. In fact they sat there on the floor until this...
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    Painful Lesson Learned

    My 99 Suburban was purchased new and then immediately had a custom bumper, grill, nerf bars and fender flares installed. The whole thing including both bumpers were re-shot in GM Victory Red. I...
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    Not only will Never Dull remove surface rust,...

    Not only will Never Dull remove surface rust, it's one of the best straight aluminum polishers on the market. Used to use it on the tanks and wheels of my Freightliner when I was driving years ago.
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    Do you hear it at idle too, or just when revving...

    Do you hear it at idle too, or just when revving the engine? If you're hearing it while driving, and it's going up and down with engine RPM's, it's probably the donut gasket from the exhaust...
  24. Thread: gas???

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    If your here in the mountains you use 85 ;)

    If your here in the mountains you use 85 ;)
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    I used to have my 10 meter mounted below dash...

    I used to have my 10 meter mounted below dash similar to a CB <shrug>
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