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What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vwbeaner, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. boost junkie

    boost junkie TYF Newbie

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    Oh and in that pic you can see the tire size recalibration too
     
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    My Esky Vent caps should be here today. Looking for a Denali rear bumper and an HD hood to take to the paint shop at the same time....
     
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    eohat In Torque We Trust

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    The best way I found was to compare the tires “revolutions per mile” rating on the manufacturer’s website. My tires are Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain LT265/70R18. I then found a tire size in the Tech2 that was close to the same revs per mile.
     
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    ivin74 05 Yukon Denali on 24s

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    Repaired the center console trim pieces. Love the way they came out.

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    ivin74 05 Yukon Denali on 24s

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    HiHoeSilver Away!

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    Wow. Those look nice. How did you "repair" them?
     
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    ivin74 05 Yukon Denali on 24s

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    I removed the old rubbery paint with denatured alcohol, sand them down with 400 grit sandpaper, spray the SEM primer then the Dark Shadow gray (2009 Ford F150 Dark Shadow Gray Color CX) from automotive touch up (1 can). I also sprayed a light coat of flat clear coat on them.


    https://www.eastwood.com/sem-high-b...DAkhGxXqC9FwZm0nkoGESRWkLGioLzgxoCAl8QAvD_BwE


    https://www.automotivetouchup.com/choosecolor/buypaint.aspx
     
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    Tires rotated...
     
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    Any chance your rear gear ratio is programmed incorrectly or a previous owner swapped gears or the entire rear ends with one that had a different gear in it?
     
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    No chance. No rear end work other than a pinion seal and fluid has ever been done.
     

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