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  1. If you’re familiar with the condenser thread, then surely you’ve read of plenty of people replacing the condenser multiple times by now in the 2014+. Some installed themselves others had the dealer do it. Have you called the dealer that installed to see if there’s a warranty? That would be my first course of action. If I didn’t have an extended warranty, I would go an aftermarket part route as the gm parts seem to just have a big shiny silver band aid on the problem area. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Bringing this back from the dead. I'm in a 2015 SLT, I've recently noticed the bottom of the seat has a hump in it as best I can describe the feeling, no not lumbar support, the seat itself where you place your buns has a hump. It's toward the rear bottom, feels like there's a peak dead center just before the bottom meets the seat back. They are heated/cooled seats, I get in them a lot pretty damp from the river. Not sure if water/moisture would cause something under there to warp or dis-form, but it's pretty damn uncomfortable. Never had this issue until maybe a month ago, I'm the only owner of the vehicle. Thought about adding a gel pad, would this mute the heated/vented option? Would heat melt the gel? Is there a fix I've overlooked somewhere? Edit, I'm 5'8 165lb for reference.
  3. What’s the turnaround time on getting the xpel applied? Does it have a lifespan? I’m going to be doing paint correction on the whole truck soon, and I’m looking for some better protection out in the woods so I don’t have to go through this dance again anytime soon. It’s a new realm for me, I’ve seen ceramic coating thrown around a lot too. Seems both have advantages and disadvantages. Any insights are welcomed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Paracord, fishing line and random lures bc you just never know when they’re biting, pocket knife(s), goretex jacket, first aid/safety bag, flashlight, jumper cables, phone charger, wool socks, khukuri, backup battery for charging, collapsible dog bowl, tow strap, lotion/hair bands/hand sanitizer/stray hair/whatever else my wife “forgets”, lighter and matches, water bottle, gorilla tape, bug dope, and a couple ratchet straps. Those are stowed in the center console area, behind the front seats and center console, or tucked under the back seat on the floor. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Glad you got straightened out Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. So a Sierra Denali doesn’t come with a Denali cluster? I promise you I’m not trying to be a prick here, just confused lol. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Best budget move would be add new tires to your current wheels. Once those tires need replaced, you’ll have had plenty of time to decide if you want/need to keep 20s or go down. If you don’t go with an LT tire, you’ll be under 1k with 275/60. I went with non LT duratracs in 275-60 this go around, they’ve been fine for my needs the last year or so I’ve ran them. I’ve had no problems anyplace I had been with LT k02 in the same size, and I feel the Goodyear’s do better in the snow too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. So you got a cluster pulled from a Yukon Denali, and this one is from a Sierra Denali, seems simple enough to draw a conclusion on? Am I missing something? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. My best friend installed some made by clazzio in his Tacoma. I’d never be able to tell they are covers without someone telling me, look great. I think he said he went with them instead of katzkin as he could install them in his own fairly easy, and the katzkin he would have had to hire someone. Worth a look to me! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I don’t know if you got fixed up OP, but my bet would be the posts are off as well. I did the add 1.5 hp mod to my tailgate in my 15 when I backed into a tree in the woods with the tailgate down. Dealer fixed it, but the posts, well neither one of us has got them right to this day. I just got used to trying to break the handle off to open the tailgate, it’s like an extra layer of security lol.
  11. I call that the dirty diaper look. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Haha someone else that’s speeding. See them fly by, slow down and let them get a bit ahead of you but still in eyesight, then pick your pace back up. You can use their brake lights to verify apps/detector or something they didn’t pickup. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Escort live + Waze + rabbit = success. I rarely even really speed in the truck, I just like knowing where the Leo’s are. I’m seriously on the State Farm safe driver with onstar, I’m not messing up my discount lol. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I’m no help I’m just leveled on Billy’s. I can’t fit in my garage with a lift, I also struggle to load heavy items in lifted truck beds as I’m 5’8 haha. Your truck looks good, I’m sure someone will chime in soon enough to spend your money! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Are you able to change the backlight colors on the knobs and buttons? Also curious about the SiriusXM radio integration and the weather alerts with it. Also I noticed your time went from 12:57 to 0:58 upon reboot, is that something you must adjust back on each hard reboot? Any other settings you lose after it passes its sleep timer and has to reboot? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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