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Posts posted by TxSilverado361

  1. I don't think the dodge TPMS can be programmed to the Chevy. I'm sure they have a different frequency. You could put your truck in re-learn mode by holding the check/okay button on the TPMS screen,  try letting out a couple pounds of air from the dodge wheels and see if it programs, or if you have a TPMS reader to set it off.

    I do believe the 2019 Ram have gone to a 6 lug and for GM full size.

    I remember seeing a 2019 Ram on 24" GM replicas.

  2. I'm not 100% but I'm pretty sure Dot4 brake fluid is backwards compatible for Dot3, just not the other way around. I believe it's just a better engineered fluid having a higher boiling point and longevity of life compared to Dot3. If there's not any specifics on the bottles, you could always call a GM dealer or two and see what they say.

  3. Could someone tell me what wheels these are?

    They look like 22s to me or are they 20s?

    Sorry if the link comes out long, copy and pasted.


  4. I've been searching around the web and can't seem to find anything on this. I recently bought the new M12 Fuel stubby 3/8 impact wrench, and it's claimed to have a max torque rating of 250. I've used it on basic nuts and bolts I know are not even close to that and it couldn't get them off.

    Does anyone here have that tool/similar experience?

  5. On 11/20/2018 at 9:15 AM, armedanddangerous said:

    They've had that one for a little while now. I think it was originally $23k. I had seen an 06 Silver Birch in Florida with 99k that started at $18 I think, and got dropped to $12 and change. Looks like someone picked it up because I don't see the listing anymore.

  6. Damn, that looks killer, I don't know how you can say that ain't perfect?!

    Thanks for doing it though!

    If it's not too much trouble, could you do another, but with ck160 wheels, the black and machine ones?

    I do see what you're saying about looking closer to 24s.

  7. Is anyone on here good with the whole Photoshop? I spent probably an hour trying to use some site called lunapic, but nearly went ape-sh*t getting frustrated. I want to know if someone is able to swap a set of 22s onto my truck to get an idea if I like them enough to buy.


  8. Dunno about the offset but what would concern me is that although the pattern is the same, 6x139.7mm (6x5.5"), there are two other minor differences.


    Online references are a little sketchy to depend on but I believe the Titan has a center bore of 78.1mm, the Silverado is gonna be 78.3mm for the somewhat newer stuff like our SS's. Most stock wheels being hubcentric, that's gonna make them a no-go right there.


    Also, the Titan uses 12mm wheel studs while our trucks use 14mm, so the lug holes in the wheels may not be quite large enough.



    I see pictures of Silverado with titan wheels, you say the studs are 2mm different, how do they run them with that difference? Could you buy the plastic rings that come with after-market brand wheels to center them, and then torque down?
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