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  1. 12 points
    Kiss my premium ass... That cheap enough for you... Smart ass. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  2. 11 points
    Hey everyone, I've been lurking the site for a while now and figured I would share some pics of my 19 trail boss. I cleaned it up and figured I should take a few snap shots. Enjoy!
  3. 10 points
    Added leather Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 9 points
  5. 7 points
    You people need to grow up. Several of you will be getting vacations. This thread is done.
  6. 7 points
    Hey haven’t been around here since I started mod’n my truck but a buddy got me looking around the forum again. I’ve got a 2018 Z71 and mods include: Custom BDS Lift, 1.5 Zone body, Custom XD two piece wheels, Toyo OC M/T, K&N BlackHawk intake, Mighty Mouse catch can, Color match covers, Amber deleted headlights, LTZ grill, Color match tows, 3rd BL, Recon Tails, TG handle and Interior pieces, magnaflo side dump, Amp power steps, G2 diff cover, polished drive shaft and a bunch of other little stuff here and there. 90% done in house other than application of powder and paint. Still got some things to do but a decent looking daily/shop truck in my opinion.
  7. 7 points
    Enjoying the latest snowfall. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  8. 7 points
    2018 LTZ 6.2 Max tow with CST 4.5" suspension lift.
  9. 6 points
  10. 6 points
  11. 6 points
    So my new manifold showed up today, (in a Roush Racing box ) so I got the installed finished. Pretty straight forward, here's a bunch of pictures. Intake Boost gauge fitting Blower. The seal is and o ring that fits in a grove on the manifold. It was a pain in the ass to seat: Pullies And done. I added the Gates HD belt, it came with a regular Gates belt. The SLP intake it came with. I'd rather use the stock airbox, but I'll have to rig something up later for that.
  12. 6 points
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  13. 6 points
    Here's my 2016 Sierra, 5.3, 4x4, short bed. Borla catback exhaust, AFE CAI,Rough country 2" leveling kit. Swapped out 17" steel wheels with 20" wheels off a 2019 Sierra
  14. 6 points
    I'm sorry guys. It's all my fault, I've been driving Nissans for years and am just in the process of ordering a 19 LT Trailboss loaded. As a matter of fact the dealer has given me one to use for the weekend and I couldn't be happier. As a general rule everything I get into takes a shit as soon as I commit to. it. For years my Titan was shit on by the magazines but I loved it. For what it matters, Car and Driver can kiss my ass.
  15. 5 points
    Got the title after paying the remainder of the loan off. Such a good feeling for just a piece of paper.
  16. 5 points
  17. 5 points
    Stopped shortly after driving off the lot on a rainy day last month to snap these pics. Pacific Blue, Stock SLT with premium package. Love the truck so far!
  18. 5 points
    I dont really pay too much attention to reviews on anything. I will say this, Ive driven lots of trucks. For a long time I drove a 93 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 single cab long bed with the 5.9 Cummins with a 3" lift, a 400lb custom made front bumper and a winch on it. You have never felt a true rough ride until youve had to drive that truck for 8 hours and watched helplessly as your guts rattled out of your body LOL. That being said, my next new truck will be a diesel and wont be a chevy. While I love my '14 half ton but GM just refuses to get rid of this outdated interior or do any significant tech upgrades inside. Newsflash, with auto makers dropping sedans and focusing on SUV's and trucks, keeping ahead of the Jones is a requirement now, whether we like it or not. GM fails miserably at this. Its like they want to go bankrupt again, which is unfortunate because they make outstanding engines and for the most part transmissions. Good thing me nor my dollars are brand loyal.
  19. 5 points
    Really like what the sun does to the Centennial Blue
  20. 5 points
    -24 20x10 Fuel maverick 295/60/20 Toyo AT2 RC Level Front windows tinted to match rears
  21. 5 points
    My AT4 with Trail Boss wheels and Wild Peak A/T3W's!
  22. 5 points
  23. 4 points
    So a few changes since I last posted. Truck now has: Mods So far SuspensionMaXX leveling kit and rear blocks Nitto Ridge Grappler. 32.9x11.4R20 Fuel Wheels GMC Corsa exhaust Flush Mounted LED backup lights GoRecon strobing LED Cab lights Edge CTS Tuner in prodiesel console mount Edge CTS swtitch add on (rears go on whenever I go in reverse or when I push a button on the CTS2) Roll-X Revolver Tonneu cover Bull Ring in bed retractable tie downs Putco bed rail pocket stainless and chrome tie downs In channel vents Go Recon LED tailgate bar.
  24. 4 points
    Seriously you post this without a sound clip lol !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  25. 4 points
    Wow! All this crying over simple-stated fact. You bought a truck an with uber-expensive set of shocks. They wore out. Guess what? It's expensive to fix! Be truthful Mr. Scoutmaster, how much use did those shocks see? With harder use, even standard shocks will shit the bed at 50k. Here's what I would do. Follow the link from earlier to delete magnasoyboy and get a set of Bilstein 5100s or 4600s. It'll probably ride better with them anyway. As a matter of fact I am FULLY aware of the nonsense that is GM's magnetic struts. After my grandmother passed, we put her 06 Cadillac DTS up for sale. It was quite obvious that the front struts were toast. They were *drum roll* magnestrut! I knocked 1000 off the price and got it sold. That car only had 52k on it and was driven by an old woman around town, mainly for groceries or getting the mail. With THIS in mind, I stay FAAAAAR away from that system because of how much it costs to replace. In no way, shape, or form do I harbor any jealousy for those with that suspension. It's an expensive gimmick. But please tell me more about how I have no business on a GM truck forum or any insight to these vehicles. I promise that regular shocks will support the load of your pup tent and firestarter in the bed. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J727A using Tapatalk
  26. 4 points
    Brought it home today! TIMELINE FROM ORDER TO DELIVERY 10/29/18 - Ordered the all new T1 2019 Silverado High Country, Crew Cab Short Box, 6.2L with 10 speed trans., Tech Package, Northsky Blue, Premium package and retractable running boards - 1100 ORDER PLACED AT DEALERSHIP / PRELIMINARY ORDER ACCEPTED 12/17/18 - TPW (Target Production Week) 12/18/18 - Truck is at event code 3400 ORDER BROADCAST FOR PRODUCTION (LOADED ON ASSEMBLY PLANT COMPUTERS) 12/22/18 - 1/1/19 - There was a shutdown at the plant for the holidays 1/2/19 - Truck was produced - 3800 ORDER PRODUCED, VIN IS AVAILABLE 1/4/19 - Dealer update that it was at a shipping facility - 4300 INTERMEDIATE DELIVERY 1/9/19 - The wheels for the truck showed showed up at the dealership - (Premium Package Wheels) 1/12/19 - It snowed in Fort Wayne 5" ( May have delayed shipment ) 1/15/19 - Truck showed up at the dealer late afternoon 1/16/19 - Took delivery of the truck! I am in Illinois and Fort Wayne is 235 miles from the ordering dealer
  27. 4 points
  28. 4 points
    I don't fully understand. You want GM to cut you a deal on the repair because you needed to replace shocks at 54,000 miles? I know, any repair hurts the pocketbook and we can all agree that the labor rates dealers charge are insane. But as you stated, sh*t happens. To all makes and models. I hope you express your frustration to GM, as I would do if I felt the same way. But I don't think anything will come of it. I saw on JDPower awhile back that GMC initial quaility rating was lower than Chevy. Its funny because they are made with 99% the same parts. Shouldn't they get the same rating? Do you think the difference in customer satisfaction comes from the expectations of some GMC owners who believe (due to marketing) that they are getting some kind of premium product, instead of just a chevy with a different grill on the front? https://www.jdpower.com/Cars/Ratings/Quality/2018/Large-Light-Duty-Pickup
  29. 4 points
    Im an old soul. And a big believer of "if you dont have anything nice to say"... Unfortunately, this doesnt happen often enough on the interwebs Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  30. 4 points
    Went from -40 last week to 37 over the weekend, had to get out to the lake during the heat wave!
  31. 4 points
    The Max Speed really depends on the level of education, life and street smarts. I’ve got a 6.2 with a small tune, no limiter [emoji6], that’s a beast but it’s not my Sports car which is designed to go really fast with zero handling worries. Not saying that you can’t or shouldn’t go fast in a truck but they’re designed to tow and haul which is why it’s so much fun doing modifications to them that’ll either help improve towing or play in the dirt. If you’re looking to take it on a track, take it to a professional race shop but I’d go to the track itself and talk with the truck owners with experience and know how to get you where you’d wanna get to. I’d start off with high performance brakes, drive shaft, suspension “which will keep you down on the street due to spring ratio etc”. One thing I’m sure many of us would like to ask from you is to not be an A’Hole on the public street, it’s one thing to briefly speed but it’s another showing continuation of high speed cause trucks and truck owners are already targeted enough as it is, there’s a lot of really really stupid people doing really stupid things in trucks and we don’t need anymore of them giving truck owners a bad rap, just be SMART and think about others on the road too. Sent from above
  32. 4 points
    Since 1994 I've been back and forth between Suburban and the pickup truck 4 door. I did a lot of off road camping up in the mountains and found that the pickup truck is much better because opthe gear that might be wet stinky or even a dog that rolled in Deer jizz can ride in the back of a pickup truck with a shell on it. When the same situation occurred in the Suburban everyone encountered a very nasty ride home LOL. Back in the day I had a 3/4 ton Suburban as well as a 3/4 ton Silverado. I have been using a crew cab GMC for the last 9 years and probably would never go back to a Suburban because I was always afraid of getting it messy inside ,, just my little two cents. Nowadays is Suburban has I'm guessing and much nicer interior than the Silverado or the Sierra and of course the price tag follows along with that. Just like everything else it really does break down between your price point and what you're willing to live with. I just find the pickup truck to be more all around useful. However, I did end up with the Denali trim package which adds to something I guess in my head. It's still a work truck, but it cleans up real nice to use everyday. Good luck with your choice.
  33. 4 points
    Wait!!! I also have a flapper in the passenger seat but only on the weekends and only when my wife is in the car
  34. 4 points
    It's probably because billet grilles went out of style in 1995.
  35. 4 points
  36. 4 points
    Definitely don't want to give a supposed trusted Amazon employee the ability to open my house. Not for me, just drop my package off at the door.
  37. 4 points
    I have a 2015 Silverado LTZ with a 5.3 and recently bought a GMC Denali ultimate with the 6.2 and I don’t think I will ever go back to the 5.3 after I sell it. You won’t regret getting the 6.2. I just put a leveling kit and ridge grapplers on it today
  38. 3 points
    If you do have a Custom Tune done. You will never buy a Handheld Canned Tuner again. Trust me
  39. 3 points
    2018 LTZ Z71 w/ 2.25” ReadyLift Kit (only used top spacers because of the Rancho shocks). Tires are 295/60/20 Toyo MT’s.
  40. 3 points
    Un-derailling the thread ;) 295/70-17 nitto g2's 17x8.5 method mesh bronze Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  41. 3 points
    Blizzard coming this afternoon, probably the last time the truck will be this clean until spring...
  42. 3 points
    Hey brother it’s your truck, if you dig it then slap it on there!
  43. 3 points
    Scored a set of powerfold mirrors for $50. The lady was gonna just throw them out. Snagged them up. Looks really good!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  44. 3 points
    I agree that for the sticker price of these trucks, especially a Denali ultimate, that we should expect better longevity and build quality. Trouble is that I don't see any manufacturer hitting it out of the park on this. I've driven GM trucks for over 20 years, but am willing to consider other brands. Take a look at FoMoCo boards for the F150. Again it may be internet amplification but seems if Ford has no clue on how to produce an engine that doesn't have issues, rattles, cam phaser issues, oil leaks. Again a look at FCA sites and you'll see rattles, lifter issues, electronic nightmares, etc. Not defending GM at all but don't know who else does any better. I did own a Toyota Tundra a few years back and it was NOT anything impressive in its short babied life at my house. Failed front rotors, failed radio. rust issues on the front bumper, trim that fell off, etc all in 40K of ownership. My current 17 Denali has been ok, but suffered a direct injection pump failure which resulted in fuel being dumped into the crankcase. Doesn't seem to have affected it as it was caught early, but I still wonder about long term effects. My next truck may be any brand; it really seems to be a crap shoot if you get a good one. Best of luck and maybe GM will step up and offer some help on the failure.
  45. 3 points
    It may or may not help, call back customer service and open a claim, let them know how unhappy you are and be persistent. No gauteentee they will do anything, but any help would be better than the nothing you have now.
  46. 3 points
    wow pretty cool! I just made an appointment to throw a resonator on my GMPP Borla tomorrow. We are headed to Vegas this weekend. Any drone or flapping from the truck will be 10x worse because it will be combined with flapping from the wife's mouth and kids in the back seat!
  47. 3 points
    Ive had all cab and bed configurations. Crew cab longbed is nice but it barely fits in my garage. Has to be a 3/4 ton though. Double cab longbed is almost as big but small in the backseat. Again 3/4 ton only. The Crew cab standard bed is the perfect truck if you ask me. I have this and a Double cab standard bed and prefer the crew. You get the roomy cab with a bed large enough to haul most stuff. Get a trailer if you have to haul something bigger. The shortbeds are totally worthless. They look stupid too. Yuppie truck. Kids hauler. As a rule the longer the wheelbase the better ride. As for parking , well you're on your own there. I don't have any trouble.
  48. 3 points
  49. 3 points
    I'd be interested to see how you'd do the install without disconnecting the wiring. Just pull the 2 screws that hold the air sensor in the intake and pull it out without unplugging it from the electrical connector then slide it back in still connected and put screws back in.
  50. 3 points
    Just added the ceramic CTX tint to the cab and I’m happy with it. Pacific Blue AT4 with the performance exhaust and we like the extra little rumble. By “we” I mean my 3 year old son and I lol.
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