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    2014 GMC Sierra SLT, Crew Cab 4x4

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  1. Bump Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    Looks good. Is it vinyl wrapped or painted? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Still available Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Yes. $300 shipped. Will ship USPS or UPS ground as it’ll cost me upwards of $50 or so to ship depending on where these are going. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Very minor chips/scratches in chrome on passenger side. Can’t see from a few feet away but can see when looking close up. See below: First photo is inches. Second photo is a foot or two. If I took another step or two back and snapped a photo again, you wouldn’t see them. One of the plastic mounting pieces is partially broken but mirror mounts with no issues, nice and firm. Happened when taking them off but I tested that it would still secure with the other mounting hardware on there (screws and another black plastic piece). These are $1000 new so price reflects condition. Everything works. I only took them off to upgrade to tow mirrors as I bought a 34’ travel trailer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. These are the fully functional, top of the line, DL3 mirrors for a 2014-2018 Chevy Silverado /GMC Sierra. Everything works. They’re used. Will ship within US. $300 all in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Nate805's 2014 GMC Sierra SLT 4x4 CCSB

    I’ve been really happy with the truck. 57k miles on it and have had it a little over 4 years. Here’s a pic with its current stance and tow mirrors. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Glad to see this is still working for people. GM should really put this out to their techs so they know how to fix it.
  9. Lets See Some Towing Pics!

    For those of you with a 5.3L 2014+ truck. I added a super spring, super chips tuner, and 4.10 gears. Tows much better! I also did a 6” lift on 35s so the gears were really needed. Those of you in a 3.42 or 3.73 are probably towing just fine. I had 3.42 before lift. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Lets See Some Towing Pics!

    Love my truck and the toys it pulls! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Nate805's 2014 GMC Sierra SLT 4x4 CCSB

    Added a SuperSpring as well to improve sag and sway on truck while towing. Ended up with the DQS tow mirrors and using Phil’s RZY harness and door harnesses plus diode mode. Mirrors and lighting are awesome! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    Hey fellow lifted truck friends. Slightly off topic; looking for a solid snow or cable suggestion for a 35x12.5x20 setup I have on my 6” lifted truck. Have never needed chains and only carry a set that doesn’t even fit as its required to carry in some winter conditions in CA. Just bought a 34’ trailer that’s 8k lbs and want to have a good set of chains on the rear tires of the truck if I get into icy road conditions as I’m taking it winter camping often up in the Sierra Mountains. Any recommendations welcomed. I totally get safe driving and common sense go a lot further than a set of chains. Won’t be putting 14k lbs on ice if avoidable. Want an option to help get me out of bad weather and road conditions if I absolutely must drive. I’m an experienced tower of a 5k lbs boat, just not in winter conditions. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. This thread seems to be the closest I could find on here to address my research. I drive up into the Sierra Mountains quite a bit in winter (Mammoth Mountain). Been doing this drive nearly 20 years now and have never needed chains. I have a 2014 GMC SLT 5.3L 4x4 with 6” lift, 35” TOYO RTs, 4.10 Yukon gears (3.42 stock), trailer break, SuperSpring, tuner and all sorts of other fun stuff. I’ve towed my boat a lot in summer but have never towed in winter (obviously). I just bought a 34’ trailer that weighs about 8k lbs loaded and is designed for 4 season camping. Here’s my question: what can I do besides driving slow, allowing a lot of time to stop and avoiding ice, to successfully pull the trailer in winter conditions? Mammoth does a great job keep the roads clear and throws plenty of gravel. Would anyone recommend chains on the trailer in icy conditions as well as the truck? How about the truck itself: chains or cables and any recommendations for 35” tires? I’ve driven in some crazy conditions up there without chains but never with 8k lbs behind me. Will be keeping a close eye on weather and not traveling unless safe as there’s a 3k ft climb in the last 45 mins of the drive and I don’t intend on going up or down that hill with 14k lbs when there’s ice. There’s a nice back RV park at the bottom of that grade! Thanks, Nate Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Did the DL3 to DQS upgrade last night on my 2014 SLT. The DQS (GM OEM tow mirrors for SLT/Denali trim) worked with my factory setup to do the power fold, turn signals, heated mirror, memory retention, power adjust, etc.. What didn’t work are the cargo lights or running lamps (running lamps act as puddle light). So, I used Phil’s RZY harness since I have a 2014 plus the new door harnesses from him. The mirror and harness install in the door is fairly simple. Just takes some time to get everything off and back on if you’re being careful not to break anything. The RZY harness was quite a bit of work given the tight space you have to pull the BCM apart and land the pins plus put it all back together and land another wire in the fuse box under the hood. Took me 8 hours from start to finish. Everything works great though!! Thanks Phil! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Price dropped to $425 shipped within US. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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