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daleone3

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About daleone3

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  1. Company Called My References? Good Sign?

    Email is less intrusive and more likely to be seen. Also gives him something to send to HR and check on status. Good point Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Company Called My References? Good Sign?

    Call him Friday AM and just ask if he can give you some idea of when it might have a final decision. Ok to check in but not every day. Looks desperate. Weekly is fine and shows interest Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk What type of job is it. Small company or big company? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Company Called My References? Good Sign?

    I own my own recruiting firm. I place mostly 100k+ Engineers and some clients do references and others don't. Very few people will actually be honest in a reference for fear of being sued so I find them useless. Best to have a cross section of staff interview and look for consistencies. Anyway....many times the manager hands off to HR and wait.....and wait. Most HR ppl don't like staffing and recruiting so they drag it out. Use the manager to push it on his end. Could be hung up on Finance or it could be a role that was not fully approved and is I that process. Good luck. Your situation is not uncommon Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Company Called My References? Good Sign?

    Keep following up. Ping the manager and let him drive it on his end Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Company Called My References? Good Sign?

    Follow up directly with the HR person and ask them if there is any additional information they need, be proactive and interested. This is generally a very good sign that they are going to move forward Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Huskys come with a clear film to put under the lip. I had GM flaps on my 06 and they rubbed through to the clear over time and they were installed tight Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Any work paid out of pocket and not put through insurance won't show on a carfax. Paint leaves metal due to bad prep. Check the door edges and inside of door for any signs of overspray. Could be a factory issue but the location seems limited to bottom of door. Could have caught some spatter off the road too if something was spilled and you drove through it. Just thinking through different scenarios Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. You should check the CARFAX. I would bet this is a repainted panel that was prepped inproperly Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Road Salt Removal

    X2 on fluidfilm. Lanolin based and won't effect electrical the way an oil soak might do Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have never heard of running a vehicle intentionally low for performance, but I am very curious as to why you would do that? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Or a mouse or rodent nest. I chewed one up after my truck had been sitting and spit fur and twigs out the vent. Good luck Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Have a 2013 Silverado, looking for someone to do a cam swap and usual reprogramming items that go along with it, does anyone know reputable person in CT, MA or RI that does work on the 5.3? I also have a 83 C10 with a mild 350 in it and looking for someone to do the same, ideally put a small supercharger in it. Thanks, new to the group but lifetime chevy guy. Thanks SW
  13. I am told by a GM employee the issue is "resolved " for 2017 models. I asked what was fixed and was told the fix was dampening of every drive and suspension component so it is not fixed but more buried across dampening components. Not looking for an argument-just sharing info that was shared at the dealer level by a GM engineer brought in site to address issues in 2016 models that were coming back with recurring issue Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I just sold a 2006 Silverado with 150,000 miles on it for $9000, great truck, ran excellent drivetrain, was great. price seems a little high but the mileage is right. Check the frame horns closely, as well as the frame over the rear wheels Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Assuming the buy back was over quality issues, one is not related to the other....if they put out a good product or provided better service, would not have happened. As far as the GM goes, tell him to mind his own f'n business, one is not related to the other.
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