Well shoot! It doesn't look like they'll foot the bill for new brakes, which at about 64k miles I think I need because they are starting to pulsate when I brake now.
I have the revolver on my 2014 Silverado Double Cab. I have one word for it. Junk. 5 years and it's coming off as soon as I can decide on the next one to put on. My first beef is it's a total PITA to roll up/down when it's below 40 degrees. I live in Michigan so that means about 6 - 8 months a year. After 5 years, I just opened the tail gate to see the black cloth strips that are were glued to the underside have come unglued. We've had a few weeks of +85 degree sunny days so my guess is that it took 5 years, but the heat melted whatever cheap adhesive they used. For whoever reads this post, save yourself headache and find a different cover - Revolver is great, really, really great at first - make no mistake - I said AT FIRST - but that's it. It won't take but one cold day and most likely, you will wish you got a different cover.
I get such poor mpg with E85 that unless it's at least 30% less than regular gas, I won't bother. I do love the extra performance, but getting about 17mpg on regular gas and only about 12 on E85, it needs to be really cheap before I bother.
NoProblem replied to mikeyzx6r's topic in Garage & Home, Snow Plowing, Landscaping, & Lawn CareI don't plow commercially but I posted this when I first put my plow on. https://www.plowsite.com/threads/i-put-a-sno-way-plow-on-a-2014-silverado-1500.155939/
About 6,000 miles on my Duratracs and no increase in noise. I'll be rotating them in a week or two but I really like these tires after riding on those slippery SRA's the truck came with.
Welcome and yes, after 34 months, I'm still very happy with mine!
No running boards but I do have mudflaps I bought at Autozone a day after I bought the truck, and inside the door jams are pretty clean. I also live on a dirt road about a mile and a half from paved road and usually drive 40 - 50mph on the dirt road. I don't crawl unless the potholes make me. In the below picture, the truck has about 31000 miles on it - mud flaps do their job.
I had it done at the dealer for $125.00+tax when I had just over 30,000 miles. Dealer recommends it every 30k miles. I had the miles, I had the money, I had it done about 6000 miles ago and I never noticed any earth shaking difference in performance or gas mileage. I saw a big puff of white smoke come out of the tail pipe one and only one time - that was when I pulled out of the dealer's lot after having it done. That is all.
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