When we picked up a ’02 GMC Sierra 1500 a while back we gave it a good examination. Suspension wise, it had been lowered with a Belltech 2/4 drop and had an Air Lift Ride Control rear load ’bag kit installed.
An Event Data Recorder, or EDR, is the “black box” networked into late-model cars and trucks. Just like aircraft applications, it’s designed to capture relevant onboard data before, during, and after a crash.
Tailgate parties have a lot to live up to when compared to this setup that was custom built in the bed of this ’14 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 1500 4x4 destined to be given away as part of a recent Texaco promotion.
There are several aftermarket clutch options to choose from for these trucks, but only a couple offer a substantial upgrade from stock without the cost, noise, driveability, and pedal effort considerations of a full-blown competition clutch.
Like the title implies, they upped the game by offering a 9-inch touch screen AVN unit in universal form as well as a few select applications, including late-model GM trucks and F-150s, but only for the lower trim levels on the Fords.