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 on: Today at 10:39 am 
Started by ChevyGuyNC - Last post by Calicak89
How do I get my 2017 bowtie?

 2 
 on: Today at 09:09 am 
Started by Hugz - Last post by Hugz
Nice.  Thumbs up! Thumbs up!
Completed yet another trip to WNY. Likely have to do a few more before the gtg.
It's hard when family isn't doing well and your 600 miles away.

 3 
 on: Today at 08:35 am 
Started by Mikes-07 - Last post by spidey
Installed a new battery.  Still had the original from 5 years ago and could tell when starting it was going.  Had a load test and confirmed it was end of life.  Got one at Costco.  Install was ok, minus the fact the battery didnt have a top handle or anything, so had to lift from the bottom.  Crappy angle and hurt my back.  Costco one had a top handle so install back in was a breeze.

Cranked it on and you could tell it was a new battery.  More CCA then the original, and about $50 cheaper than factory

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 on: Today at 04:56 am 
Started by WesTexAVY - Last post by ygmn
they all break differently.... some in one spot inmiddle bottom.
others incorners... some small cracks some large...

some 2 cracks both sides...


Yes 2 part epoxy holds it together...as long as you leave a bit of gap...

otherwise she cracks somewhere else....

 5 
 on: Today at 04:54 am 
Started by ygmn - Last post by ygmn
This topic has been moved to Problems: Drivetrain & Steering.

http://www.chevyavalanchefanclub.com/cafcna/index.php?topic=151617.0

 6 
 on: Yesterday at 09:05 pm 
Started by WesTexAVY - Last post by AirJunky
Lucky you...

On mine the crack got so wide I could not put the window into the storage holder as the frame spreadwider then the recess pocket.

And silicone or JB Weld holds that together??  Huh

My rear window has been in the Midgate storage for a couple weeks. It's storming here tonight so I moved it up into the regular spot. I looked at the frame while moving. The gaps in the cracks are like 1/4" or 3/8", but the frame that isn't cracked hasn't moved or widened like you mentioned.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:54 pm 
Started by WesTexAVY - Last post by old skool
Lucky you...

On mine the crack got so wide I could not put the window into the storage holder as the frame spreadwider then the recess pocket.




Have never used the storage area for the glass.  Huh

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 03:39 pm 
Started by nekhi2003 - Last post by JLM09LTZ
Picked up my 2009 LTZ in Feb 2016 with 69,000 miles for $24k. It has every.. single.. option.. available that year, no joke, the previous owner literally checked every single box... except the tow package  banghead (no trailer brake or aux trans cooler, crap 3.08 gears with the 5.3). It has the power folding running boards, The nav with the rear seat entertainment system, rain sensing wipers, Z55 suspension, etc... If I were ever asked to buy another one, I would have to think long and hard about it because I love my truck but there are little things that could have been better. The Bose surround sound? Garbage... The Nav system? Probably good in 2009 but in todays age of Google Maps? Garbage... The 5.3? love it... in a lighter vehicle, but in a 6000lb SUV? It feels like an elephant trying to run a marathon. These trucks needed the 6.2 as an option. If I could go back to February 2016, I would pay the money and get a Ram 2500 Laramie Cummins optioned to the brim, but that's the reason why I settled for the Avalanche; the price was right and it had the bells and whistles AND I am a die-hard GM fan.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:13 pm 
Started by JLM09LTZ - Last post by JLM09LTZ
So, my 09 LTZ has the Z55 package... The compressor works extra hard when I have my landscape trailer hooked up loaded with a yard of mulch. I have already had to replace the compressor once. I was comparing the Moog springs #81069 and #81071. I believe the 89071 was what came with the ZW7 and Z55 package. There was also an option for Moog #89069, but no other spring options. My guess is that the Z55 and ZW7 uses the same rear spring due to them both being load leveling, so the 89069 by default has to be the spring for the Z71. My theory is since the ZW7 and Z55 packages have softer spring rates, the Z71 springs would provide an extra bit of support to alleviate some of the strain on the air bags, but won't be overly stiff when unloaded. My question is, has anyone swapped out their OEM springs for the Z71 springs, if so can you validate or disclaim my theory? Would there be any residual lift as a result? I've read that the Z71 is anywhere from 1" to 1.5" higher than a standard LS/LT/LTZ. Any truth to this? I rarely ever see any GMT900 Z71 Tahoe's/Burban's/Lanche's in my area so I have not been able to visually compare.   

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 on: Yesterday at 11:43 am 
Started by Acyducy - Last post by kc4pe
Yep ...well worth it....My sister called me and asked where I was parked at the mall.....(new Mall) I looked at the display and told her 4th row ..6th stall in from the main drag....much better than the original 2013 version, better re-route and timing..
Also ...before up grading I bit my lip and brought in a Ebay special....well it was a mess...cables and plugs were wrong..and on and on...he stalled and stalled, watching the return times  on Ebay and Paypal.....with a week to go I pulled the stop and sent it all back via UPS, made them sign, and everything I could...
He refused to honor said I had smashed the screen...BULL because I has pictures of it being packed...UPS inspector made a surprise visit..said the box was not hurt, but someone had hit the screen with a screwdriver...
Bottom line I got all my $$$ back...BUT!!!

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