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About Annhl8rX

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    2016 Silverado 1500 All Star
  1. I use the “not an ashtray” to store loose change. I hate having change in my pocket so I throw it in there.
  2. I’d love to, but I️ imagine shipping would be cost prohibitive. Where are you located?
  3. Those painted ones look great. I’m not sure it’s something I would due just due to wear and tear on that part of the truck. I’d just like to get rid of that stupid chrome piece.
  4. I’d like to get rid of that chrome as well, but don’t really want to have to replace all that mess. I’m not too interested in painting or wrapping either. Anybody come up with other solutions?
  5. A cowboy hat after midnight usually means somebody has had too much fun.
  6. I suppose I’m in the minority here for causally enjoying the interface GM provides. It’s much better than my previous 2913 Jeep, my wife’s previous 2013 Ford Edge, or her current 2015 Durango. I find the GM software to be the most intuitive, reliable, and best looking.
  7. I generally hate all chrome, but that is a good looking truck.
  8. Man...I didn't know these existed. Got me all excited, then I realized you can't seem to get them for 20" wheels.
  9. The Ford Flex was also the first thing that came to mind to me as well, but I like that look a lot. I think it makes the truck look almost limo like.
  10. I'm...yeah. That settles it. I have an identical truck, and that's just the look I'm after. Sweet ride.
  11. We all waste money somewhere. I've come to terms with the fact that I waste money on vehicles by trading every three years or so. I can't imagine myself ever not having a vehicle payment. If leasing would actually save me money I wouldn't hesitate to do it.
  12. I've never had a dealer push a lease. In fact, the one time I asked about leasing they steered me back toward a purchase. I have looked into third party leasing a couple of times and at 15K miles a year for 3 years it wouldn't have saved me money either time. In the interest of full disclosure, neither time involved a GM product.
  13. I imagine they way they'd justify using the same settings for the different sizes is due to tread wear. The smallest size is likely most accurate when new (while the tire diameter is its biggest), the middle sizes when half worn, and the largest when most worn. Speedometer readings will never be completely accurate at all stages in the life of a tire.
  14. This annoys me as well. My wife has a 2015 Durango that is just one step above the base model, and it has passive entry and push button start. She's jealous of my leather, navigation, and remote start, but I'd trade all of those for that one feature (okay...maybe it's two) from hers.

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