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  1. Well, add me this debacle! 2014 Sierra w/ 106k mi - original owner Just completed the DIY route. Total cost was about $150 and about 5 hrs of labor (1.5hr of that was vacuuming system and holding). I took my time watching the video posted and following step by step. Some observations in my journey; Went through two condensers, first one was bent. Luckily Amazon offers easy returns. Like many I received a silver/bare color but installed anyway- Honestly can't tell much difference. Take note to your elevation, this may be a reason why you cannot obtain a 30inhg (500microns) vacuum. I am at
  2. Add me to the list.... 4.5yr/106k miles Condenser is crap, paint is ****** (peeling on both rear door columns), way to go GM Sent from my SM-T860 using Tapatalk
  3. subbed - I am having the same issue! Perhaps a class action lawsuit is in order?
  4. Interested in shipping to 92223 Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
  5. Crap!!! I found this thread late, however I don't think anything would've changed. I've got a 2014 All Terrain and last week noticed the same exact tearing on my front passenger side seat. I'm @ 53k miles, but have only had the truck (since new) going on 2 years in Oct. I bought a "leather patch" from Amazon to prevent it from tearing further... Is there a recall on this yet that anyone is aware of? Sent from my ONEPLUS A3000 using Tapatalk
  6. #3 while taking a #2 as I type... Beat that! Fumoto all the way! Literally, 15 min oil changes with next to no cleanup. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. $5 and a trip to Home Depot later, I'm up and running... Can't wait for it to get dark! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Ugh, I fell victim.... sent me the correct nuts/washers but wrong screws. I am debating taking a trip to HD so I can finish the install.
  9. Just a heads up to those searching for the cheapest price on these lights.... I have no affiliation with this eBay seller, but thought I'd share my findings. I just purchased some using the "Make Offer" feature and paid $230 shipped. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261764983984?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT I originally made an offer of $220, he countered with $240, and I countered with $230 to which they accepted. You may be able to get a little more of a discount depending. Within 15 minutes of paying, seller provided me with tracking number. So far so go
  10. Just curious how many are interested in purchasing a set? I was thinking about contacting Massdrop for a group buy... perhaps we can get a better price than $265... Edit: What the hell, I started a Poll to vote on Massdrop. Here it is; http://dro.ps/v/HrATTsh
  11. nice job, still debating if these are worth the $220
  12. Inland Empire/Pass area - Beaumont to be exact.
  13. WTF? A GALLON??!?!?! really... $3.09 in SoCal
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