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About iDominate

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    2014 GMC Sierra
  1. Vinyl Wrapped Interior Pieces

    3m Di-noc is not meant to be a super conformable media. It would probably work for some of the interior pieces but anything with some complex contours may not hold over time even with primer 94. Just my thoughts. I have used Di-noc on flat wall surfaces with no issues but it is rigid in contrast to true wrapping films. 3m does say that it will stick to virtually any substrate though. I would probably skip the primer 94 because if you chose to remove the di-noc later it leaves a bit of an adhesive mess. I like to heat and pull the vinyl about a quarter inch around the back to keep from any puckering around the edges. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  2. I prefer over under but that looks really sweet. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  3. Leveled with 305/50R20's

    I really like the look of your truck. What level kit and what body lift are you using? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  4. GMC Sierra Grille letter inserts

    Front white accents look great.
  5. Best Tri-fold Tonneau Cover

    I have the Leer trilogy. It is pretty decent. Definitely better than the vinyl covers. http://www.leer.com/trilogy
  6. Well, got it fixed today. They replaced the hose on the compessor. Doesn't look like they did the bracket. So I can probably expect it to go out again. But on the plus side they were nice enough to fix it under warranty even though I was about 1000 miles over. Can't seem to add a picture or I would post the receipt. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  7. Mine also quit this week. I have an appointment on Friday to get it looked at. Oh and of course I am about 1000 miles past 36k. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  8. I do decals for a living. And the cheap home version of getting the graphic to conform to the texture is a heat gun and a foam paint roller. Heat and roll the vinyl and then trim it out. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  9. My new 2015 Sierra SLT

    Nice color. Haven't seen many like that. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N910A using Tapatalk
  10. Just spotted this thread. I had my spare stolen off my truck about a week ago in a lot that I have parked at numerous times before in down Chicago. I go downtown from time to time and have parked in this lot before at the corner of des plaines and Monroe. It is an outdoor lot and is a pretty easy in and out for a bigger vehicle. Locked it up in the back of the lot pulled nose in first to the parking spot. Came out about 3 hours later and saw this black spring on the ground under the truck. It struck me as odd so I looked up underneath and the tire was gone. That was the second spare tire I have had stolen in 15 years. Really makes you mad that the spare isn't better protected than that. I drive down there for work so I can't say I will never drive down there again but it will make me think twice about how and where I park. Lesson learned .
  11. Sierra All Terrain

    I have others. I can send if you like. This was taken the day after I signed papers. It has the chrome bumpers option.
  12. Sierra All Terrain

    I have a summit white All Terrain package. I don't have the painted bumpers. Paint on the bumpers tend to chip like crazy so I opted for one that had the chrome bumpers instead. There is a thread on here where many members talked about about the paint chipping. As far as the differences between the SLT and the All Terrain, mine has the red stitching instead of the white and the interior has some carbon fiber trim differences. The rims are different but not drastically. Same style different color. I am not sure there is a great deal of other things that are different. I love mine.
  13. how many miles?

    Picked mine up on Sept 2 2014. Got my first oil change service this morning. 5926 miles.
  14. I readjusted my seat to sit lower in the rear and the clunk has basically gone away. I don't like to sit that way but I will until I get the clamps rigged up.

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