TheElementalCashew posted a topic in For Sale/WantedHi all, I traded my '14 Silverado 1500 for a '16 Colorado last year, so I have a few leftover parts to get rid of. I am located in San Antonio, TX. I have a new-in-box 2" leveling kit from Rough Country that I never got around to installing. This is the 1307 part number for steel control arms. $40 shipped. I also have these side steps from my 2016 Colorado Trail Boss Crew Cab short bed. I replaced them with rock sliders recently, they were on the truck for about 11K miles. I have most of the hardware, may be missing a couple bolts. $100 local pickup only within 1 hour of 78250 (San Antonio).
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Hi all, I traded my '14 Silverado 1500 for a new Colorado, so I have a few leftover parts to get rid of. I am located in San Antonio, TX. First up, I have a HeatShield sunshade. This was used for about 4 months and is in good shape. It would fit a 2014-16 Silverado without auto-rain sensor. SOLD I have a new-in-box 2" leveling kit from Rough Country that I never got around to installing. This is the 1307 part number for steel control arms. $50 shipped. Finally, I have a console safe from Lock'er Down with one key. This version is UPC 851363004149 and fits the split bench 2014-2016 Silverados. This one was ordered with Abloy Security Lock. I seem to have misplaced the second key, if I find it I can mail to a buyer. I used this safe for 3 years and it is in like-new condition, minus a pistol outline in the foam. $200 plus shipping (heavy item). Prefer local sale.
TheElementalCashew replied to 08CHEVYMAN's topic in 2015-2019 Colorado & CanyonI never had a problem with the size of the Silverado. Just trying something different, since I never used the Silverado to its potential.
TheElementalCashew replied to 08CHEVYMAN's topic in 2015-2019 Colorado & CanyonI picked up my 2016 Colorado Trail Boss 4x4 Duramax over the weekend. The dealership went $500 below invoice, but still an expensive truck. Fortunately, I sold my '14 Silverado for only $10K under what I bought it for 3 years ago, so it didn't hurt too bad. It's a great little truck though, and Duramax is strong.
I just thought I'd throw this out there, I traded in my 2014 Silverado that I've had for just over three years for a 2016 Colorado Duramax 4x4. The same high pitched noise is still present, just in a different location. I suspect the TCCM is just in a different spot, but otherwise the same.
I've had my truck for 3 years (May 2013 build). For the first year, I got 19mpg around town and 23mpg on the highway. Then, I got the transfer case recall performed, and it tanked. I have gotten about 14mpg around town and no more than 19mpg on the highway the last two years. Because of that, I switched to E85 about 6 months ago. Now I get about 11mpg and just don't care anymore.
Judging by the result of a 45mph accident, I think that it'll be a while before rocks are an issue. The rust in the picture got scraped off of her crappy car. For the record, the first twelve inches of my hood have 3M applied, and it has helped prevent rock chips there.
I don't have vibration issues, so I haven't been there for that specifically. That being said, at least they are trying to fix it for you. Ancira would not even attempt fixes for any of the other small things I brought my truck in for.
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