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  1. 4 points
    Well first, I would like to thank everyone that took some of their time to give me their input...some interesting to say the least....lol! But for all it's worth I ordered a 6.2 today.....mayby for the wrong reason, but this way I should'a….could'a, would'a won't be in the cards. And at an age that it could be awhile to the next one....Anyway folks again thanks for your time....and will be back with the " Verdict" lol ! AG
  2. 3 points
    So, this will be the high level version but it's super easy. I've followed this recipe in all my cars for the last several years. I put this together because a dash cam just saved my ass with respect to an accident. Many of you offered valuable input on that and I appreciate it. Get a dash cam! Disclaimer: This procedure works for me. If you don't feel comfortable poking around in your fuse box, this procedure isn't for you. If you don't have some of the fuses/options that I reference in this, you'll have to locate an alternative fuse which should be pretty easy. Just be really careful poking around with a test light. If you mess your truck up..it's on you. Just keep in mind the concept of retained accessory power. Something may appear to have +12v when you turn the ignition button off...but it may only be hot for a few min. The way I checked this was to hit lock on my alarm remote. From what I can tell, this should kill RAP. If you still have +12V, then it should be a good source. Also, if you have suggestions or see problems with my procedure, by all means shout it out. I'm all for making a safer/better procedure. What you need: A dash cam. I like the Garmin 45 but you have about a million to choose from. https://smile.amazon.com/Garmin-Extremely-GPS-enabled-Recording-G-Sensor/dp/B06XFQTDQL The hardwire kit for that dash cam. https://smile.amazon.com/Garmin-Parking-Mode-Cable-010-12530-03/dp/B06XTBPYS2 2 ATR/Micro2 Add-a-circuit Adapters https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LFXA5YQ or Autozone 2 5amp Micro2/ATR fuses Autozone! 10mm socket Summary: You need key on power for the camera. If the camera you choose has a parking mode(the Garmin does), you need a +12v source when the ignition is off(not a RAP only source). 1. Disconnect the battery negative terminal. 2. Pull the fuse box cover on the passenger side of the dash board. Grip the bottom and pull it directly away from the dash. It will unsnap. It is MUCH easier to remove on this truck vs. the previous generation. 3. If you have a pull handle on the passenger side, remove the covers and the 2 10mm screws. BE CAREFUL NOT TO HIT THE WINDSHIELD. IF YOU DO, YOU'RE SCREWED. You don't really need to pull the handle, you just need to loosen it. 4. Mount your camera in center/right side of the windshield. Make sure to mount it far enough away from the review mirror assembly as to not have that in the field of vision. You can also mount it on the right side of your windshield. This particular camera has placement configuration in the software. Technically you can mount it wherever you want! 5. Plug in the cord to the camera and start CAREFULLY tucking in the wire along the headliner. Be very careful about prying it down as to not damage the liner or crack the windshield. Run the wire all the way over to the pillar/handle that you loosened. Run it down the handle trim and tuck it in under the plastic and behind the weather stripping. Run this all the way down. The cord will pop out nicely right above the fuse box you just exposed in step 2. 6. Gently pull the lower kick panel trim. You may have to pull the scuff panel trip to remove it. It just pops out and pops in. Very easy. 7. Behind that kick panel trim, there is a very nice ground. Run your ground wire to that. 8. For the +12v key on power, I used the heated steering wheel fuse. It's a 7.5 amp fuse. Pull that fuse out. Add it to your add-a-circuit. Put one of your 5A fuses in the other fuse slot. Make sure you have the right fuse in the right place. I didn't the first time and when I turned on the heated steering wheel it blew the fuse. Strange that a 7.5A is enough but a 5A isn't. Seems to be cutting it pretty close but what do I know. Anyway, I reversed the fuses and put in a new 5A fuse and everything is good. Plug your new circuit into that slot in the fuse box. 9. For the +12V key off/battery power, I used the garage door opener. It's a 10A fuse. Seems to have power when the key is off. Odd because it would seem that if someone breaks your window, the garage door opener would work. Maybe it doesn't transmit or something but that circuit definitely has key off power. Assemble your add-a-circuit w/ your fuses in the correct orientation and plug it in to the fuse box. 10. Tuck in all your wires. Use zip ties to bundle up the excess. Make sure all your connections are good and secure. 11. Reconnect your battery and make sure your camera works in run mode as well as parking mode. For this camera when you turn the truck off, it should say "Starting parking mode" on the LCD...or something like that. When you turn on the ignition/engine, you should see the camera power up. 12. Assuming everything is good, put all your trim back in place and carefully reattach your pillar handle. Don't hit the windshield! 13. Got for a drive and then check the video when you get home. Make sure it's clear and free of obstructions. Fusebox image: https://www.dropbox.com/s/z0hd6gptnsrupdc/2019-01-11 14.53.58.jpg
  3. 3 points
    Yikes, looks like a Camaro and a Traverse had sex and this is their baby.....
  4. 3 points
    Got it finished! 16-18 led headlights and led fog lights
  5. 3 points
    Winter tires perform better: -On dry pavement, in very cold temperatures -On wet pavement in cold temperatures -On snow -On ice It's not only on snow covered roads you see a benefit. Yes, smart driving strategies can prevent many accidents. Traveling at a safe speed, and following at a safe distance are always a good idea. However, sometimes when driving, you have to react to the poor decisions of other drivers. Having more traction when responding to emergency events could literally save your life. Like when some idiot on bald tires flies by you on the highway, changes lanes, loses control, and bounces off the median in front of you. But, you have a strong opinion, and I'm not going to change your mind. That's fine. Really though, I'm not spending a lot of coin on winter tires. The tires cost me about $400. I bought them used, after the previous owner used them for one winter. Like the tires, the wheels they are mounted on were from my old truck. I bought the wheels over 5 years ago. Winter tires wear a little bit faster than all season highway tires, sure, but not so much so that I have to replace them every couple of years. So, the money I spend on "faster tire wear" is nearly insignificant. I change them myself, so there is no cost to the seasonal swap. Next, you claim winter tires are wasting my time. I can mount my winter setup as fast, or faster than I could rotate 4 tires. If you think rotating your tires is a waste of time, I really should just stop typing now I suppose. Anyway, if my winter tires help me avoid one crash on the highway, on a dark winter night, far from home, I'd say they were worth a lifetime of seasonal tire changes. Have a safe winter, rkj__
  6. 2 points
    In case anybody is interested in a bed extender for your 2019, I was able to mount the same bed extender I have used on my 2010, 2014 and 2016 into the 2019. Getting the nuts on back of the mounting bolts is a little tricky due to the tight spaces but it works! In addition you can still access the 110v plug in the back.
  7. 2 points
    So, things finally came together. Amica appraiser came out. Initial damage estimate is 8500. No structure damage. No electrical damage. Amica talked w/ their customer. They have formally accepted liability. They have sent a tow truck to pick up my truck and take it to my shop of choice. They have authorized a truck as a rental. I'm a bit relieved! Thanks to everyone for all the input. Get a dash cam!
  8. 2 points
    No I believe you are mostly correct. The 10 speed is new for 2019, but (and I'm not 100% certain) I think you are right on it available as an option on the upper optioned trucks. As for pricing, well I bought a loaded out SLT with 6.2 for well under $60K but I get what you're saying, it would be nice if available in a single cab or whatever you wanted. It may be possible but I haven't seen one here locally.
  9. 2 points
    70mph is the speed limit, and I don’t much fancy being passed by semis and creating a rolling roadblock by going 65 or less on the interstate. As for a panic stop...eyes down the road, situational awareness and increased following distance mitigates the odds one will be necessary. In the event I do have to panic stop anyway, well, the trailer has brakes too...
  10. 2 points
    The time finally came to take the leap to the Duramax 💪🏽 Loved my ‘17 2500 gasser. Great piece of equipment. I hope the next owner appreciates it as much as I did. Definitely love power and capabilities of my new ‘19 3500. Enjoy 😊
  11. 2 points
    Seems we are trying to solve a problem WE created ...I don't care what anyone buys, drives, worships, modifies or blows up. Grumpy has the 4.3 and gets the most out of it and it seems to suit him and Pepper just fine, another member has a Supercharger on his 6.2 and seems happy too so it's all subjective to your wants/needs. I enjoy my 6.2 but I am sure if I had the 5.3 I would enjoy that too because I would have test drove it and found it satisfactory for my wants/need and if I had chosen the 4.3 I'd be happy with that too because again...I bought what I wanted/needed and don't really care what anyone else thinks, they didn't write the check!
  12. 2 points
    Thought I'd share where I placed my legends badge. When I signed up, I came to realize that I have only bought 2 brand new Chevrolet trucks, 1 SUV and 1 GMC truck but I have owned countless GM trucks and SUV's. I'm glad they recognize us fans. Here are a few of my favorites, but this one is my favorite so far!
  13. 2 points
    Well, besides all the crap this thread turned into, physics and theories and why no one needs a 6.2 since a 4.3 accelerates just as fast...yada yada yada....It just comes down to what you are comfortable spending and if YOU think its worth the extra money...Like stated before, before you order one, go test drive a 5.3 and a 6.2 back to back to see if you think it worth the money.... I got a 6.2 because its what I wanted... and the 23mpg on the highway is a bonus
  14. 2 points
    I have a 2017 Silverado 1500 LT, Crew Cab Short Bed, 4x4 with 5.3L and 3.42 gears. The truck's placarded payload is 1702, GVWR is 7200, GAWRF and GAWRR are both 3950, rated tow capacity is 9100, GCWR is 15,000. I have a 2018 Wildwood X-Lite 282QBXL, which is 32.5' long from tongue to spare tire. The 282QBXL has a placarded 6052 dry weight with a 626 spec tongue weight, and a GVWR of 7636. The truck pulls the trailer with absolutely ZERO issues running 70mph on the interstate, and IIRC I'm turning about 2700rpm at that speed. Like most wind sails, the trailer can get blown around a bit when its gusty but I haven't really experienced the "sucked in by semis" that some folks talk about. Pulling a long, decent grade hill I do get RPMs up around 4k to maintain 70mph, but its a naturally aspirated V8 and that's where the torque is so no big deal. Running 70mph I average about 10.5mpg while towing. Weigh slip is truck, full tank of gas, me, weight distributing hitch, trailer, battery, two full propane tanks and 2/3 fresh water tank. PLENTY of margin for my wife, two kids, and stuff.
  15. 2 points
    Not any more aerodynamic than a Class A motorhome, which the comparison being made. Actually, the reverse of your assertion. Go down to a commercial trailer location and take a close look at a 53 foot long / 8.5 foot wide / 13.5 foot tall dry van trailer and see if it looks any more aerodynamic than a Class A motorhome. Especially the back end. Please post pictures. Maybe the over 5 million miles I have been pulling them around, I lost perspective. A Class A motorhome does not have 3-4 foot gap midway like there is between semi tractor and trailer to generate turbulence. The Motorhome is a one piece deal with uniform air flow. And then there is the gap between bottom of that 53 foot trailer and the ground in comparison to that motorhome. Do you know of any motorhomes that have an over 3 foot distance between the bottom and sides of the motorhome and the ground? If so, again, please post pictures so we can all see this oddity. And let's see... how many tires have to be turned on the motorhome, each one offering resistance? Still waiting to see a Class A motorhome with 18 wheels and tires.... all of them 11" wide on 22.5" rims. Please post pictures. And lest I forget... not many motorhomes have a heavy duty 5 foot tall / 8.5 foot wide AliArc cattle guard on the front of them like I have on the front of my semi truck that also tends to mess with the frontal streamline air flow just a wee little bit.
  16. 2 points
    No regrets. Always want a bigger boat. Always want bigger tires. Always want more horsepower. Always want to see bigger boobs. With a 6.2, you can pull a bigger boat easily, have bigger tires, have more horsepower and bigger boobs come with the above 6.2. Warning, you may have to pay for the bigger boobs. Lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. 2 points
    Pacific Blue with the CTX ceramic tint. So far no issues and love the truck.
  18. 2 points
    Tyler, that would have been a great post if you weren't a 5.3 owner doing the same hand waving and rationalizing as everybody else.
  19. 2 points
    Lot's of incorrect info in here. You will hear people spew stuff to try and justify their purchase or sell you on it. Words such as fun, lethargic, better mpg or saying the 5.3 can't merge on to an on ramp... What? Truth is the 6.2 doesn't get better mpg than the 5.3, simple tests have shown it and it is plain physics. The 6.2 truck isn't fast, it will get walked on by a V6 Camry, ohh muscle truck! Not... It isn't more fun, still the same sloppy handling boating riding high truck that stops the same and turns the same. The 6.2 comes down to two things, either you genuinely need the extra power for towing (it doesn't get significantly better mpg, TFL truck shower one tenth) or you have to further justify your purchase to everyone by saying you have a 6.2 4wd lifted truck on BFG KO's and think you are fast (remember the Hemi truck guys or Tundra guys when they thought they were fast?). The 6.2 might depreciate a little slower, not enough to notice a big difference in 5/10/15 years when you go to sell it. That is easily offset by the added up front costs, gas costs (including mpg), financing, insurance and so on. Completely up to you if you think it is worth it. Is the bigger motor a little more enjoyable to put the loud pedal down? Sure, but it isn't some massive difference than a 5.3 truck. On top of that the 5.3 can take E85 which gives it another 30 hp or so which the 6.2 can't. Your decision, my 5.3 runs just fine, if I want to go fast that is what the GTO is for. Enjoy the decision, it will be a great truck either way! Tyler
  20. 2 points
    Agree with the 6.2 camp. Just got my first 6.2 a few months ago and, IMO, it's much more fun to drive. I'm getting the same mileage as my 07' that had a 5.3. Funny story, my truck is at the dealer for a rear window leak and they gave me a 2018 5.3L as a loaner. As I'm driving it home I'm getting into it a little and I've just gotten so accustomed to the power the 6.2 delivers I swear I popped the hood the second I got home to check if it was the 5.3 or the 4.3 V6. Not saying the 5.3 is bad or weak. It did me fine for nearly a dozen years and towed my 25ft boat just fine. I originally went to the dealer to buy a truck set on getting another 5.3 but they didn't have a truck in the color or options I wanted with the 5.3 so I went with the 6.2 and don't regret it at all. Test drive both. You really can't go wrong with either.
  21. 1 point
    John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 1-11-2019 Hot on the heels of Amazon being able to deliver packages to your trunk, the company can now also open your garage door, place the packages inside, and then close the door. The trick is the myQ garage door and the Amazon Key App that works on your device - and Amazon's. You also have to be a Prime member of Amazon. The app will also let you know anytime the door is opened and allow you to open and close it from your device. Pretty neat. You will need a Chamberlain myQ smart hub , sold for about $80 on Amazon, or a new garage door opener from the company that has that technology already built in. With Amazon Alexa and Google assistants, many similar functions are already finding ways to make life easier. This seems like a logical next step. Hey, here is a quick brain teaser for our eco-conscious members. Can you identify the thingy hanging between the garage doors and name its brand?
  22. 1 point
    What's wrong with going 60 in the right lane? You come up to him and change into the left lane and pass. Not that big of a deal. If you are in that big of a hurry, get out bed earlier.
  23. 1 point
    Just want to say, wow. So driving within the speed ratings of most trailer tires is now being an a-hole?
  24. 1 point
    I think he did above. If I where in the half ton market, I’d definitely get the 6.2, I get half the milage but can haul twice as much, sucks, but it is what it is.
  25. 1 point
    Cant say I blame him or wouldnt have blown up either. If its salvaged they should have bought it from him.
  26. 1 point
    This is a very good point, if they make you stick with that truck, make sure you get compensated for the diminished value of your truck. Anyone who sees a carfax report on a bent frame isn't going to want that thing.
  27. 1 point
    You, sir, have used way too much logic in that statement. It is a well known fact that each induvial on these sites are experts and their mass produced trucks are far superior than anyone else's mass produced truck because it is theirs.
  28. 1 point
    For me.... I have a 68 Camaro with a 555 big block...I could have built a mild 350, or even lets say a 6 cyl and would achieve the same results getting from point A to point B.... but that wont BE AS FUN!....Grumpy could disagree with me all he wants, but I definitely use ALOT less pedal to get moving with the 555 than I did when it had a 327 in it..
  29. 1 point
    Will do. I’ve actually got a 16 SLT Yukon XL that’s primary road trip vehicle that needs new fog lights. I had Oracle Premium Xenon/HIDs installed in it last week and wow what a difference. Only thing is that can’t find anything other than LEDs for the fog lights and they’re not really that bright. Searching high and low for super bright replacement fog lights. We’ll many times get a wild hair and immediately pack and go for a trip to Colorado or Arizona or even Florida and drive throughout the night which is awesome in my 18 SLT with factory Xenons but not the Yukon. My wife’s smaller Cayanne is Xenon as well but not a road trip vehicle. Sent from above
  30. 1 point
    Yeah, he doesn't have them on his 2015...we do and I have not yet found a light bar that will fit in the grill area without modifying the shutters...if you find one PLEASE share!! Well, I haven't found any that will fit BEHIND the grill between the grill and shutters...
  31. 1 point
    100000 mile maintenance schedule recommends replacing spark plugs and inspecting wires. Go with OEM plugs/wires. The plugs come pre-gapped and you can get them at any auto supply stores (when I changed them I got them at O'Rielly's) or order from any online retailer (RockAuto, Amazon, Ebay, etc). Same thing with wires. Fluid and filter changes Inspect/replace drive belt
  32. 1 point
    My experience with the SRAs - terrible in the wet, but okay in the snow. I did get 53k out of them, so no gripes there. Replaced them with Coopers, which have been MUCH better in all weather conditions.
  33. 1 point
    I apologize but............... When I read posts like this I get confused. Sorry you're not happy with this new truck but it's fixable. So you've wasted a lot of money on new trucks but aren't happy with the new gen 19. Money seems to be no problem, trade it. Being V.I.P. at a car dealer means the dealer likes your wallet. Simple.
  34. 1 point
    Why spend $1500+ on an exhaust? You can achieve the same sound for 1/3 of that price Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  35. 1 point
    I'd tell them, they gave you the car that way, so it's on them. It's amazing how many inept dealerships there are these days.
  36. 1 point
    Good Lord, this is starting to remind me of Goldilocks and the three Bears. The 4.3 is too weak, the 6.2 is too strong but the 5.3 is jussssst right. Dang guys, if you like your porridge a tad cool, eat the 4.3...if you like it what many feel is just right scarf down on the 5.3 and if you like it hot chow down on the 6.2 problem solved
  37. 1 point
    BULL and I quote, "It's all about ease of acceleration Grumpy Bear" What this statement says is that 250 hp. delivered by a 6.2 is somehow able to accelerate the same mass with some SENSORY perception or FEEL of greater ease or quantitatively to a GREATER RATE of acceleration than 250 hp. delivered by a 4.3. That sir is ignorance. That was my statement which you called, what was that again? Absurd? I placed nothing in your mouth. Your error is your own. I most assuredly noted that when I addressed the fact the a quarter G of acceleration is quite brisk and that additional rates where inappropriate for the streets. In that; it doesn't matter if you 6.2 makes 1,000 hp and a half ton of torque. A quarter G is a quarter G no matter how much excess you have on tap. IN fact I flat out call you a liar if you summit that your normal mode of operation is quicker than a 4.3 held to the matt continuously. That is what you are trying to make us believe. You have to exceed that limit to make your statement true. There is nothing arrogant about understanding something you are ignorant of and the ability to explain it. That sir is education. One any bright eight grade has. As for the rest I see you failed debate as well as physics. I would have addressed the 'substance' of your comment had there been any. There is a strawman
  38. 1 point
    I ordered an LTZ and wanted the 6.2, there was never a question in my mind. It is nice to know there is power on tap if needed. I have driven a lot of different vehicles and the worst feeling is to step on the gas and feeling nothing happening.
  39. 1 point
    I'm in your 5%, and I would certainly have incurred a repair bill costing way more than my new winter tyres on used rims by now. I live in the Okanagan region of Canada, no it doesn't snow all year, it has been above or around freezing much of December but that can be worse than a snow covered road due to ice. Any traction related accidents can be alleviated if you drive slowly enough, I'm not driving that slowly any time of year. I've responded to quite a few accidents in our area as a volunteer firefighter, 95% of the time people's luck is incredible (e.g. car gets wedged on a tree rather than continuing a few hundred feet down to the lake). The tyre manufacturers here advertise that changing to winters below 7 deg C is best, sure it is & a dedicated set of semi slick racing rubber for a dry summer day would grip better than all terrains, that's not practical either. As others have said it just depends on your climate & roads. Sent from my Moto Z2 Play using Tapatalk
  40. 1 point
  41. 1 point
    Call the body shop and demand to know why if the frame was bent, why you didn’t get a new frame!!? From there call the insurance company and demand a new frame Sent from above
  42. 1 point
    The frame and front A Arm redesign will play quite a bit into the better ride quality.
  43. 1 point
    I agree.. all of these but #6 is totally your fault. You should have test drove before you purchased and you would have know about the NAVI screen, BOSE, seat, etc. The gas tank size....if you researched in advance you would have known. I can tell you coming from a loaded 2016 SLT to my new 2019 - the seat, ride and BOSE are defiantly better in this new truck in my opinion.... NAVI screen seems about the same. Does the truck lack a lot of tech compared to Ford and especially RAM? Yep... I knew that in advance and could have purchased a RAM limited with that big $ss fancy screen... but they have tons of issues...just go read their forums. My take was as long as my 2019 Silverado was problem free.. I could deal with the lack of tech. So far so good....
  44. 1 point
    So you believe that 'survival depends on "speed" or "acceleration"? Never mind, it's a rhetorical question. Let me assure you that Pepper is capable of over 90 mph in the length of an Interstate diamond on ramp and fast enough to drift a cloverleaf. While I've never hit the speed limiter they all have one at 98 mph. Hint: Safety, IF that is really the concern is about neither speed nor acceleration rate. GM does not yet offer 'safety minded attitude' as an RPO option. And they won't, they try to insulate you from danger instead. You such the JOKER J-ten-ner FEEL is a perception that has little to do with reality. Ever drive a professional Go-Kart? Ride a motorcycle to 180 mph without a helmet in shorts, bare chested and sandals vs with a helmet in race leather then tell me how physics is a theory and FEEL makes the law of God invalid. Newton didn't invent the physics of motion, he discovered them. You don't like the law take it up with the lawgiver and tell him he's on crack. I just repeated what you learned if you graduated eight grade. I didn't say to anyone that the 6.2 wont out accelerate the 4.3. I said the 4.3 will accelerate briskly enough to produce a 15 second pass which is faster than anyone drives day in day out. I also noted that WEIGHT is a deal breaker and heavy trailering work would make the 6.2 a good choice. A Duramax even better given enough load. Exactly Jezzz people are testy today.
  45. 1 point
    K.I.S.S. Keep it simple stupid. A lot of info and opinions. My 2 cents. Comes down to what your priority is. If the money for the extra up front cost and added fuel cost is not a factor, do it. If you want the power when needed, do it. When I bought my used truck the bigger motor was never considered. My 2012 5.3 L lives above 8 K feet. It works for me. When I tow there are a few grades I pull that the extra H.P. would be nice but I'm not in a hurry. Good Luck
  46. 1 point
    D / V = T (S * 5280) / 3600 = V fps (V [fps] / T [seconds]) / 32.174 = Gravitational Force HP = Weight / (ET/5.825)3 Some Newtonian Physics: 2015 RCSB 2WD curb weight is 4521 lbs. Add 479 for driver and fuel = 5,000 lbs. Using the above formulas the power to accelerate this mass to a 15 second quarter mile pass is 250 hp. About what the 4.3 V6 dyno’s at the rear wheels stock. Quarter mile speed at a 15 second ET is @ 88 mph or 129 fps. 129 fps in 15 seconds is roughly a quart G of acceleration. Follow this closely: No matter which motor you have or how much power it makes a quarter G of acceleration FEELS the same. For you E85 fueled supercharged 6.2 to FEEL PEPPIER you have to exceed a quarter G of acceleration. I submit that anyone saying they driving their truck on the street day in day out over a quarter G is a liar, the village idiot or both and will soon be without a license or jailed or both best case, dead worst case. What you will do with a 6.2 is drive it more aggressively but what Newton has just explained to you is quite something else. Most sane and licensed drivers don’t assault the street where our children live and play like every need to accelerate requires a full on quarter mile assault. A 5.3 in the heaviest factory combination. CCSB will give similar performance. Were a 6.2 IS useful is when towing HEAVY. Big travel trailer? Car hauler? Live above 10,000 feet? Go for it.
  47. 1 point
  48. 1 point
    I have been playing in Photoshop with GMC's marketing image. To my taste, I really think the current truck has too much chrome. Trying to dial it back. I wanted to create more of a "midnight" version of my Denali without going full-black out (Murdered). Midnight Denali - Black Skid Plate, Blacken the chrome surround on the grill, black mirror caps, black door handles, back out the chrome step and black 20" wheels but may go with 18". I want to leave a little chrome - the center of the grill, the trim on the windows and maybe the door strip. Also, I want to pick up the red in the GMC logo with red tow hooks. This is what I am thinking, will probably put it together over the next couple of months. Here is the standard stock image, for comparison.
  49. 1 point
    2019 Silverado LTZ with GM 22" Denali wheels.
  50. 1 point
    If u go with opt 7 dont buy the box they sell for it to not interfere with factory lights or turn signals you dont need it. Its basically for ford owners but they dont tell you this. Sent from my VS995 using Tapatalk
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