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obrien19

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  1. I've played around with the tension, and If i set it any tighter, can't latch the cover. And I pull the velcro tight every time. There was so much water in that picture, it pulled the velcro. I would return it, but have already gotten rid of the box it was shipped in.
  2. Yeah I understand that. This isn't my first bargain tonneau cover. I've had several. For the price of $175 it's hard to beat. I mean even if it does fail, buying a second one can still put you a head of other covers. I have no complaints with the build quality of the Gator SRX cover. I love how flush the cover sits to the bed, vs the previous covers I've had. I live in the north east, so if a little bit of rain will cause the cover to sag as much as it did, then when it eventually snows, I have some concerns. The amount of water it had from the rain, gave me a pretty 20 second waterfall that i got the pleasure of watching through my reverse camera as i backed out of my driveway.
  3. I have the Gator SRX as well. I’m honestly not a fan. I see it flap in my rear view mirror quite a bit but I don’t hear it at all. Holds a lot of water to the point it will pull the Velcro in some spots on the side. I’ve had other cheap tonneau cover on my old 2017 Silverado. Was a lot better than this one. Also stops my tailgate from releasing half the time. Debating on replacing it myself. I bought after reading other opinions on here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. As a few other people have mentioned, it all comes down to your circumstance. My 2014 Silverado, financed, then my 2017 Silverado was a lease, and now my current 2019 Sierra is a lease. I have a company car I drive for work, so I wanted the best optioned truck, for the lowest price, and that's what leasing provides. Honestly, the truck is for weekend projects, helping friends move, and towing my boat. As far as insurance, each lease company has their own requirements, I know that GM Finance requires the 100k/300k limit, and nothing higher than a 1k deductible. But I've learned from family members who work in insurance, and personal experience that you should really get the best coverage possible. Leasing isn't for everyone, and some people see it as a waste of money, but really in the end, you can't take money with you, or a vehicle.
  5. I also just picked up a Pacific Blue AT4. Gorgeous color in person. Had a 2017 midnight edition. Was ready to move on from black. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Where are you located? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. No problem, glad that it was helpful to you. Wish I could be out at the rifle range, but being in WNY, the current weather isn't kind to us at our outdoor ranges.
  8. Sorry, I can’t sell them, they are the only wheels I have for my truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I think AVS now makes color matched ones now. I have the tinted one on my black 2017, can't even tell it's there, easy to install Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have a 2017 midnight edition with the black 18 inch wheel with wrangler duratracs, only 3200 miles on them. Looking to trade for 22 inch wheels. Located in Buffalo NY. Wheels just need a good wash. No damage to any rims. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Couple of photos of them installed Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I've had the Westin Drop steps for about a month and a half now. I would agree with Bushleaguechew. the allen head screws that hold down the plates, rusted immediately and my set were brand new. Although they did include additional allen head screws, I feel that a product should not rust after a week. But other than that, love the steps, and get plenty of compliments for them. Only last unusual thing, is I had to mount them like they were for the diesel 2500, because they wouldn't follow the lines of the rocker. Not sure if it's because I actually ordered them for my 2014 silverado, that I traded in, before i got the steps.
  13. I have the midnight edition rims , just bought the truck a month ago. Only 1200 miles. Located in buffalo ny Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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