Chebby, excellent point. Thanks for responding. I was already a little hesitant because of the cost, so this is a deal breaker. I'm looking for ease of maintenance - not applying more elbow grease when I wash the truck. I'm not getting any younger. Does anyone have other ideas for a solution? I guess the cheapest alternative is a bottle of touch-up paint.
I have significant chipping on the front bumper of my '15 Denali HD, and had an apparent grocery cart collide with my back bumper. Today, I went for an estimate to have the bumpers sprayed with Line-x, color-matched (Summit White). It would cost about $400 if they spray over the whole rear bumper, including the top cap and corner steps, or $700 to mask everything, and to stay with a stock look. I'm interested in opinions, and also any experiences other members have had with Line-x and similar products Also, any comments on price quote would be appreciated. I value the opinions here - thanks in advance.
My bad - my statement was correct, EXCEPT the part about windows up. Until you called me out, I would have sworn it would work, but I just confirmed it doesn't. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
This may not apply, but my '15 HD Denali does both remote mirror folding and windows. As Green stated, hold lock button on remote down for 4 seconds, and mirrors fold, then all windows raise (sequential, so you do not have to raise windows). Similarly, holding unlock button for 4 seconds folds mirrors out, then lowers windows. I have not checked the menus, but mine worked like this from the factory. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
I have an RC 2" level, and I'm running the ATII's as well in 295/60/R20, on stock 20" rims. They look pretty good (still look a little small on the truck to me), and no rubbing. I don't think you can go much larger without some rubbing. I posted picks in the "pictures of your 2500HD" thread. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I changed out the stock tires on my '15 Denali 2500HD to Toyo O/C AT2's, and upsized to 295/60R20's. They were inflated by the installer to 80PSI front and rear (max recommended on the sidewall). With the 2" level, at this pressure the ride is very harsh. I can't seem to find much information out there on the best pressure to run in these tires. I'm obviously wanting to maximize the tread life, while hopefully easing the harshness a bit. As a test, I deflated them down to 65PSI last night, and it made a world of difference in the ride. I'm looking for guidance from you guys out there with experience. By the way, I'm not typically hauling payloads anywhere near max (rarely even 50%), and I tow a 5k trailer regularly. Thanks in advance.
I have a '15 Denali HD and a VZ iPhone 6+ on iOS 8.2 (latest SW). I had a heck of a time getting text messaging to work. But, after thoroughly reading this thread and reviewing my phone settings, I finally got all of the settings correct. It is now working great. I am receiving text notifications on my nav screen with an audible alert, and am able to activate Siri to respond by holding the call answer button on my steering wheel. Siri translates and sends my text message replies with relative ease. My phone is locked down with TouchID and a complex password, but it does not hinder text functionality. If anyone wants specifics on settings let me know - I think the settings that finally fixed my issue were in the settings-notifications-messages menu: turn on "show previews" and "show alerts from everyone". I have banners turned on, "allow notifications" on, and "show on lock screen" on as well.
The mats are WeatherTech floor liners in black. This is not a great picture, but all I have. These cover right up to the chrome sill plate - I really like the way they cover the front carpeted areas. On my last Sierra, I never had to vacuum the carpet. Let me know if there's something specific you want to see - I can post take some better shots tomorrow.
I know you didn't ask for it, but I just got a Du-Ha. I compared it to the GM version and the Husky, but I wanted to color match the seats in my Cocoa dune interior, and Du-Ha was the only one to offer it. From pictures of the Husky, I wasn't sure if it would offer as much storage. I am very happy with the sturdiness, storage room, and color match of the Du-Ha. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I have. I recently saw a post somewhere about removing the valance and it's effect on engine airflow. I guess I need to do some more research on that before taking it off. I do think it would look better without it.
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